2012 PRS Custom 24 - Burnt Maple Leaf 10-top
2008 PRS Custom 22 - Santana Yellow - Rosewood Neck - 10-top
PRS SE Singlecut Trem - Tobacco Sunburst -Grover Locking Tuners - Bareknuckle Rebel Yells - Push/Pull Volume and Tone - Graphtech Self Lubricating nut
Condolences on your friends Serg, that sucks.
Congrats on your new bride, I'm sure the honeymoon will be great with nonstop bangin'
For me- PRS, diet coke, Buffalo Wild Wings.
Wow! Lots of Diet Coke heads 'round here.
Also sorry re: the funerals.
PRS, D'Addario, Honda/Acura, and Stella...Not always in that order...
1990 CE24 MT | 1991 CU24 | 1991 CE24 | 1992 CE24 MT
1993 STD 24 | 1997 CE24 3pc MT | 2011 SE Akesson
2011 CU24 GC Throwback | 2012 Signature Limited | 2013 408 Brazilian
2013 Paul's Guitar | 2013 S2 Mira | 2013 Hollowbody II
Buffalo Wild Wings! If you ever want to grab some wings send me a text.
As for brands for me....Nike and PRS.
Brand-wise, I have preferences, but I adapt easily.
I know that for me, Mac's are just what I learned on. Put me on a PC and I'll control-alt-delete everything while simultainiously launching a nuclear strike on Mexico.
Pepsi "throwdown" .... Or whatever it's called that's made from sugar earns a big high five from me on the Bangin' scale, I love RC cola too. Ever had a "CRRC" before? It's twice as Royal as a Crown-n-Coke.
I guess that makes me...agnostic.
Serg, I'm sorry to hear about the funerals.
Apple computers have been at the core of my musical life since 1987, when I first saw Performer being demoed on one.
I love Apple stuff, and they make wonderful machines. But you can't have an Apple anything as a lifetime companion, because technology is in constant flux.
But with PRS, you can have a lifetime (plus an heirloom) with any of their products, and they will never be obsolete in my lifetime. So PRS is the brand I care most passionately about.
I like other stuff, but I have no passion for it.
Last edited by LSchefman; 10-09-2013 at 11:26 PM.
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