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Last edited by LSchefman; 07-14-2013 at 11:35 PM.
I have a source for LV fabric and vinyl in Chicago if you're serious about trying it out, it's about $65 a yard.
I, for one, do not fancy that white case of the 25th anni (well, I do not own one but one of my friends does). I just think if is not practical to use as a "gig" case. And for $3,000+ guitar, I would prefer it stay in the safe case rather than the gig bag.
I also do not fancy the Paul's Guitar paisley case for the same reason. Although it looks really nice when in the clean environment of my place, I could not imagine myself to brig this to any gig.
But anyway, I love its smell. Everytime I open the case, I feel really great and the first thing I do is to hold the guitar and sniff the neck
Paul's Guitar in Copper, 408MT Brazilian Neck in Black Gold, Brushstroke 24 in Black Gold
Custom 24 30th Anniversary in Jade, 1987 Gibson Les Paul Pre-Historic '59
Musicman JP6 full option in Mystic Dream, Gibson Explorer with EMG 81-85 in Black
This was one of the most discussed mysteries on BAM haha We think its a combination of the glue used to assemble the inside of the case along with whatever lovely cleaning product/finishes PRS use on the guitars before final casing.
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Black Paisley Case...I'd sniff it.
In fact, he's doing these shows with one of the band's guitars he's borrowed, he didn't get anything for the tour. I think he's just one of those guys who doesn't care about "stuff." Unlike his old man in that regard, for sure.
I'm all about my stuff.