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Thread: PSNGD...before and after...meet "Yenita"

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    Prince of Paisley iahawk36's Avatar
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    That is outstanding!!!
    "He's kind of like a bear at a campsite...you think he's cute and kind of want to hug him, but in the end you know he's dangerous and is going to stomp on your tent and eat all your food..." - martysnarf

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    Stunning! Congrats!

    Boy, we really need a P408 model.....and soon!

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    Look at that lonely little Les Paul sitting off in the corner by itself. So sad.....
    Quote Originally Posted by Tosca View Post
    Thanks again everyone!!! Yenita has claimed her rightful place in my little studio.

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    Just incredible.

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    Not sure how I missed this one, but WHAT a guitar!!! Unbelievable!

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    Amazing!! What is the neck made of?
    Wow, are you a full-time musician? Very impressive!

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    Amaaaazing!

    And, that bird inlay on the heel is such a classy touch!
    *swiping that idea for my dream PS, if that day ever comes*

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    Thanks guys...she was my 20th wedding anniversary gift from my wife Jane ("Yenita" is her Spanish nickname).
    Neck is solid BrazRW. Because of a scheduling mixup PRSh helped me spec her and select the woods (As always...total commitment to quality and customer satisfaction). Sadly I am not a full time musician...yet.
    It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.
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    Oh...and Richard...I got the bird on the heel inlay idea (among others) from the Private Stock Friday thread here. PSF is downright addicting and hazardous (to one's wallet anyway....).
    It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.
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    Stunning! Well done.
    '14 P24 Trem AP / '11 Artist V / '01 Cu24 10-Top / '65 Fender Mustang / '78 Fender Stratocaster / '96 Gibson Les Paul Custom / '80 Gibson E/2 / '08 Gibson Les Paul Studio Ltd. / '95 Rickenbacker 360/12 / '90 Steinberger GL4T / '72 Martin D-35 / '73 Martin D-18 / Hernandez Classical / Marshall JCM2000 TSL 100 Half Stack / Mesa Rect-O-Verb 50 / Fender Twin / Marshall AS100D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tosca View Post
    Oh...and Richard...I got the bird on the heel inlay idea (among others) from the Private Stock Friday thread here. PSF is downright addicting and hazardous (to one's wallet anyway....).
    Yeah, that thread.... honestly, I haven't been able to pull myself trough it all, I get overcome with such immense GAS
    it's not even funny after like 2 pages. Makes me look at my other inventory like "meh"
    Really can't afford to look into that thread too often

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    That studio is drool worthy
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    Stunning guitar, congratulations!!! By the way, if that is what you guys here call a 'little' studio... Enjoy it!!!

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