Cool! That neck is sick!
2007 Ibanez JEM7V, LTD EC-1000VB, LTD GUS-600 EC
PRS SE Torero - Limited Edition Solid Black with White Binding
2012 PRS 408 Standard Trem - Natural with Pattern Thin Rosewood Neck
2012 PRS Signature Limited Trem - Charcoal Burst
Congrats and thanks for sharing! I really need to see this one in person.
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Many children idolize their Fathers when they are young. Then they grow up, find out Dad really isn't Superman, etc, etc. My Dad can beat up your Dad kind of fades away. All that being said............
This article is exactly why Dad is still my Hero ............... You Fugg'in Rock Dad!
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Off topic though:
Where does one find exotic wood backplates like this? I have found them from a place in maple, but I'm looking for cocobolo.
However, when PRS makes them, I believe they carve the cut a bit deeper so that the covers are a bit thicker than the plastic ones.
Last edited by 11top; 12-14-2013 at 08:55 AM.
That is really cool. Awesome guitar.
I love that guiatr, especially the neck!
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Mesa Lonestar Special w/4x10 Mesa cab
That guitar is absolutely cool. So cool.
If something is too hard to do, then it's not worth doing. You just stick that guitar in the closet next to your short-wave radio, your karate outfit and your unicycle and we'll go inside and watch TV.
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That's a Bentley of PRS! And, I love this magazine.
Modern Eagle I SC Trem NOS (2007); 2005 Custom 24 Artist; 1994 Standard 24; 1996 Tom Anderson Drop Top Koa; 1985 48th St Custom Shop Custom Tele; 1983 Guild S281; 1956 Gibson ES225TD; Breedlove C25/SME; Dr. Z Mas 18NR; Rivera Quiana Studio; Peavey Classic 30.
I love 24 frets: 4 X CU24s, 2 X Carvin DC127s, 1 X Schechter Omen 6