Custom 22 questions
So I may have asked the wrong question in a forum full of PRS dealers lol. I asked was this guitar a good deal. Got the same answer all around, only I can tell if it's a could deal. I appreciate the help and will now ask some more questions to anyone who doesn't mind answering.
1. I am looking for how to find out if this custom 22 I purchased is a maple top or mahogany body. Can anyone help?
2. Is there anyway to fix chip on the guitar where the top meets the binding (<--- undamaged).
3. I have a prs mahogany body and have a Seymour Duncan in there, and am curious how to find out what pickups are in this one. This is to see whether or not I'd like to change it.
I purchased this CST 22, love it and am excited! I call her Old Blue. I paid 1,700 with tax for it at the GC grand opening in my town.
I want to make it my own though, b/c it was someone elses. ANYTHING you can tell me about this guitar is appreciated, even if I have to do some work too.
(Front 1) http://i.imgur.com/MGdM0li.jpg
(Front 2) http://i.imgur.com/7EwtNBX.jpg
(Back of guitar) http://i.imgur.com/stv2vbh.jpg
(Body/Binding shot) http://i.imgur.com/GF6Akxk.jpg
(standing front view) http://i.imgur.com/7Nj9pFt.jpg
Yeah, it has a maple top.
Ask Shawn at the PTC to give you a quote about them dings.
Maybe DII's?... just pull the pickups out and have a look. Please report back to us.
I'm notorious for hating on blue guitars, but that is really freakin' cool!
Thanks a bunch. Yeah, I couldn't stop smiling when I played it at the store.
Hey there. Just to chime in, in case you think the forum is skewed towards dealers. On your original post, only one dealer replied. The others are all users. Prices are one of the few things that aren't supposed to be discussed on this forum. When people see questions about whether or not something is a deal, some will skip the post.
All that said, welcome aboard, and congrats on your new guitar! If you are really interested in refinning, definitely contact Shawn at the PTC. They are magic workers!
Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc