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    My new PRS 408!

    This is my second PRS, I found this as such a great deal I couldn't say no. Was my first experience with a top shelf PRS guitar. Mine has a painted neck, and I see so many of these with bare wood necks. Is mine an early model or something? I'm interested in why there's this difference, as I don't see much on 408s with painted necks online.


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    Angry Southern Gentleman Hopeful Sinner's Avatar
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    Simple. Understated. Gorgeous!!! I dig that...

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    Perfect! Always bet on blanc.

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    Your "Painted" neck would be Mahogany and if your guitar is a standard 408 it would be all mahogany also, if its a MT it is Maple top and mahogany back
    The plain wood necks are rosewood ( crackwood )
    Sweet guitar you have there 408s rock
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    408 Birds in the Sky megaboogie's Avatar
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    Congrats!
    Mostly 408's come standard with painted necks, rosewood neck is an upcharge mostly for artist packages, or for limited editions.
    Last edited by megaboogie; 02-14-2014 at 02:06 PM.

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    Name Manglin' Putz alantig's Avatar
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    Congrats! 408s are awesome. And the neck information above is spot on.
    Alan

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    Hey, that's the Mahogany neck I wanted. 408s are great guitars.

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    Wow, a white 408.... enough said!

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    Congrats and welcome to the 408 club!

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    I love white guitars, so needless to say, I think it looks great!

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    Awesome guitar my man! Always love me a nice white axe.

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    Jealous

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    Very nice
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    White with birds always ROCKS...congrats on a great introduction to PRS!
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    Nice.
    Welcome to the forum.

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    Thanks for the info guys! Can't wait to crank this guitar up at this weekend's show. I play it through a 50 watt EVH 5153 into a Mesa Boogie vertical 2x12 with V30s. I played this configuration in the music store to test it out but only at a lower volume. Gig level should be even better!

    I do need to lower the action however. Gotta get on that today.

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