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    Almost was a FG22 owner.. WEDGE's Avatar
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    Is it too soon yet to..........

    .....to soon to speculate on what new goodies will be unveiled at summer NAMM or The Experience?

    Same as last year, and the year before.......I am asking for a true high gain head. A low wattage head option to make a mini stack and I would be thrilled.

    Also an SE bass would be welcome.

    What are you all realistically hoping will be coming down the pipe from Maryland?
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    I'd love to see something low watt with some power switching options....
    It's like playing a guitar with Piezo, once you've had power switching it's hard to go without!

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    Something in your face and high gain...I haven't played the Custom yet...but from the demos I've heard I think I would still want more

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    That's right I want a PRS pedal...Doug makes awesome amps...I bet he could make some monster pedals too
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    Quote Originally Posted by WEDGE View Post
    .....to soon to speculate on what new goodies will be unveiled at summer NAMM or The Experience?

    Same as last year, and the year before.......I am asking for a true high gain head. A low wattage head option to make a mini stack and I would be thrilled.

    Also an SE bass would be welcome.

    What are you all realistically hoping will be coming down the pipe from Maryland?
    All of these, and maybe some new pickups? \m/ ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfb View Post
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    That's right I want a PRS pedal...Doug makes awesome amps...I bet he could make some monster pedals too
    Whaaat! Tube driven pedals would be cool. Imagine if they were paisley covered with flamed maple facias. Get out!

    I would like to see an acoustic 12 string or nashville style 9 string.
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    My Exp Cu24 has ruined me for 22-fret guitars...

    I'd like to see more 24-fret options - possibly with \m/ pickups. Or 3x 408s. Or semi-hollow.

    I suppose I'm not too picky!
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    I said pedals last year and was ransacked. I love pedals.
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    Did anyone notice the US made Bernie model? Wildwood got a few in...they're just not made by PRS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Duncan View Post
    Did anyone notice the US made Bernie model? Wildwood got a few in...they're just not made by PRS.
    Ha, ha, I think I know what model you're talking about...

    I'm sure it's a great guitar but I'd rather have a PRS one!
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    A low wattage amp or power scaling would be welcomed. Or maybe a semi-hollow body Brent mason (Non-collection) series would be smokin!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobbyD View Post
    My Exp Cu24 has ruined me for 22-fret guitars...

    I'd like to see more 24-fret options - possibly with \m/ pickups. Or 3x 408s. Or semi-hollow.

    I suppose I'm not too picky!
    I'm with you on the 3x 408 guitar! Preferably a Maple Top Mira with McCarty thickness body, Pattern neck and Bigsby B3 but now I'm just trying to avoid saving up for a PS order.
    2013 PRS 408 Standard Frost Blue Metallic | 2012 Gibson '61 Reissue SG | 2010 Gibson Firebird V w/BKP Nantucket P90s | 2008 Sewell Vintage Custom Stealth Tele | 2012 Jackson Ampworks Newcastle 30 Head / Dual-Ported 1x12 | 2007 Marshall 1962 Bluesbreaker Reissue 2x12 Combo | 200x Epiphone Valve Senior 1x12 Combo | AnalogMan | Fulltone | ZVex | MXR | TC Electronic

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    I want a Mira with a Bisby.
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    Swamp ash NF3 again. Swamp ash 408.
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