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    Opinions on the Limited Brushstroke 24! What do we think?!

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    F.W.B. for me please

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    Okay, I guess, but I much prefer the birds with outlines. It's why I would prefer the 408 or the Signature Ltd over Paul's Guitar. More of a fan of classic art over 'modern' art.
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    I'm quite fond of the brushstrokes.

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    I'm a 22-fret guy so it's not for me but I know a few Bang Stallions who are 24-fret guys (in the night). They needed an excuse to get another guitar.
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    Diggin' the picture posted...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    I'm a 22-fret guy so it's not for me but I know a few Bang Stallions who are 24-fret guys (in the night). They needed an excuse to get another guitar.
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    Just my humble opinion, but none for me thanks. Not a fan of the brushstroke birds, and although the guitars themselves are probably fantastic, I just don't feel the need.

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    If I'm being honest, I don't care for them. However, they are not a deal breaker. Under the right circumstances I would still shell out $.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeD View Post
    If I'm being honest, I don't care for them. However, they are not a deal breaker. Under the right circumstances I would still shell out $.
    Now, that I would certainly agree with. It would definitely be crazy to pass on a desirable model over a mere cosmetic detail. But, still, if I am making choices on a special order ... Different story. I love some of those I saw in the PRS inlay thread.
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    WANT!

    Just block the trem, remove the arm, and hand 'er over.

    I LOVE Paul's tremolo...even though his wraptails are killer, I find I get more sustain out of the trem equipped PRS guitars even though they are blocked due to my ten pound right hand that knocks them out of tune otherwise. I think the strings going through the block in the wood is better I think for vibration.

    And the three way switch is more my thing than the blade.

    I think this would make a great production guitar. Can't afford it right now but I'd love to have one.

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    These are cool. I'm a 24 fret dude, down with the strokes, and glad to see a toggle switch this year.

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    I'm not a fan of the brushstroke birds either.
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    Funny, I don't even notice the inlays. The first thing I look for is the neck carve, glad to see it's not wide-thin. the pickups/electronics are good choices and look right on this model. If there's anything I would like to see different, it would be some opaque colors - white or black with natural binding, or goldtop.
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    No thanks....
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    They're fine, but I wouldn't buy a guitar just to get them and definitely not pay more for them.

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    Nope from here. I'm a fan of the Cu24 but not at the expense of brushstroke birds...

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