Bangin' job getting an isle seat and paying to board early, did you have to come back through Chicago? I always hate the return trip because of the high traffic through Midway and O'hare, it seems like every plane has to make a stop here so I'm always stuck in a middle seat (not quite as tall as you but still...) and have to really lay on the charm when traveling with a guitar.
Also, I forgot to mention I used my SE gig bag. That was really nice, it performed really well.
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
There are only two cool ways to travel with a guitar:
1. Railroads. So you can pose with your guitar by the tracks for your...uh...CD cover...
2. Hitchhiking. So you can wait by brick walls and crossroads, and take pictures for your...um...you know...CD cover...and say, "it took me four days to hitchhike from Saginaw..."
The interesting thing about life is that it is utterly preposterous.
-- LSchefman, 1749
I did a google image search and found a pic of a guitar very similar to his, except his was 3 pieces on top and had a double black coil humbucker at the bridge. I don't know why I didn't take a pic of his while I was checking it out.
I think so. It's flamey like maple. I don't recall seeing flamed alder with figuring like that before. His also had the pearloid.
I'm sure it's maple...gotta be.. Man, I'm always ragging on pick guards but for some reason I like the ones on EG's. Maybe I'll feel the same way about the other PRS with 'em in 20 years.