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    Hey PRS Consumers...

    Yes, great thread. Since we're here...I like old birds, triple faded indigo and white tiger. McCarty, P22 & SC models. Prefer nickel or mixed over gold. Also have an affinity for Standard all hog models.
    I will have a hard time staying away from the SCstd run you're brewing up Brian...pearl white? I'm probably a gonner.

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    As the man said, since we are here I'll continue to beat the drum for a Ted McCarty DC 245 with a pattern neck, locking tuners and an option for 57's 59's or one of each at a non-PS price point. Great thread idea.
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    Hey PRS Consumers...

    I would like to see a 24.5" scale DC22 with 2-piece PRS bridge (or trem option) and narrow 408 pups; also known as the FG22.

    If you're a dealer... read this:
    http://prsguitars.com/forum/showthre...ey-PRS-Dealers
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    I would like either a 408 MTor Pauls Guitar for free.
    I am not a luthier but i am in my own workshop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    I would like to see a 24.5" scale DC22 with 2-piece PRS bridge (or trem option) and narrow 408 pups; also known as the FG22.
    +1 (with standard controls layout vs the DC22 layout)

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    PRS has already given me so much. It's difficult to request any thing really. If I could, I'd love to see Paul's Guitar with a trem.
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    Perspex.... again, always, forever.

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    Bring back the CE 24 Alder. Preferably with a maple top option and the 5-way rotary switch.
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    I would like to see a Maryland made guitar and amp aimed at the metal crowd. Give me a McCarty body with the new \m/ pickups in a brushed black satin finish, gloss black to be able to use plain maple top and keep costs down, and blacked out trem and hardware.

    The amp could be head or combo but load it with handfuls of 12ax7's and el34's.

    Sign me up for both.
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    I would like to see somebody respond to my thread about an acoustic PRS AMP. LOL! PRS makes some killer acoustic guitars, jazz boxes and 12 strings no doubt. It is only right to have an acoustic amp right!

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    Maryland made 7. Then I can ask for an 8. I think the metal amp is coming so I will sit tight with some extra strings for now.
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    Hollowbody (singlecut or Santana) with 408s and a piezo! I don't care if it's a trem or fixed. Anyone?

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    bring back the old birds, and some drop in replacement locking tuners for all us vintage tuner owners.

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    I want a DC245 trem model - pickup options of 57/08, 408, or Soapie, toggle switch (no blade), hydrid hardware, real (old style) birds or ME style birds. maybe rosewood neck option too... natty backs.

    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kine View Post
    PRS has already given me so much. It's difficult to request any thing really. If I could, I'd love to see Paul's Guitar with a trem.
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    Sweet Mother of all things... that is a beautiful guitar!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rango View Post
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    Thank you kind sir! I'm now complete.

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    408 maple, opaque black top, natural back and binding, nickel hardware, trem. That's my current lust machine. If that one came available I would probably have to sell a few things to get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiboy View Post
    As the man said, since we are here I'll continue to beat the drum for a Ted McCarty DC 245 with a pattern neck, locking tuners and an option for 57's 59's or one of each at a non-PS price point. Great thread idea.
    Plus one, but make mine a SC. Or just make a SC 58 with a Santana headstock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    Sweet Mother of all things... that is a beautiful guitar!
    I kinda like this one (Guitar Sanctuary):

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