View Poll Results: What guitar would you like to see resurrected?

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  • Hollowbody I/II (No Piezo)

    9 14.06%
  • Custom 22/24 Semi Hollow (With F Hole)

    13 20.31%
  • Custom 24 Stop Tail

    22 34.38%
  • Other (list in comments below!)

    26 40.63%
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Thread: Poll: What Guitar Would you like to see resurrected?

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    Opaque John Beef's Avatar
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    McCarty with a wide fat and tremolo.
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    05 Custom 22 / 07 Mira / 08 Baritone SE / 03 Santana SE

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    Just to add...if I had to pick one of the listed guitars....The CU22 semi hollow F hole would be it. IMO, thats one of the finest guitars PRS has ever put out. Exceptional tone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Beef View Post
    McCarty with a wide fat and tremolo.
    Isn't that pretty much a DGT?

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    Oof, tough choice between the Custom 24 Semi-Hollow and the CE-24 Alder.
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    CU24 with a stoptail, that would be a great guitar. ENJOY!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VHTStark View Post
    Isn't that pretty much a DGT?
    I could probably get along with a DGT just fine. I just prefer the wide fat to the thinner nut width of a regular/DGT/Pattern Regular. If all my guitars were one or the other I would be happy, it's just switching back and forth gets me sometimes. Like if I play my regular neck Mira all week and then pick up my CU22 on the weekend I notice the difference in string spacing, my chording is off slightly for a few minutes. This is totally a first world problem and it's really not that bad.
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    Could I get a Hollowbody (I) (if I'm right in thinking that that's the one with the mahogany, one-piece-back-and-sides "of a piece" ("tonally-carved", I think Gibson called the technique, which was finally used, IIRC, on the CS-336/ES-336)), with a blue-stained, figured spruce top, and post-2007 wiring, with a .033uf tone cap, and 53/10 pickups? -The adjustable (piezo) bridge is a must, and the wiring for it as well (though the battery could be disconnected 95% of the time AFAIAC).

    -Just asking. [As that's my dream guitar!]

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    McCarty

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    CE all day.
    Way THIS !!!

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    SC 245 Trem
    SC 245 with soapbar pups
    SC with 25" scale
    PRS SE Tremonti '03

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    CE 22 & 24 in both alder and alder/maple. Full carve - I'll pay the extra. Maple fretboard option is a must. Dots is fine.

    If I had to choose just one of those CE24 alder/maple.
    1990, 91, 92 & 97 CE24s | 1991 CU24 | 2000 CU22 Semi-Hollow | 2003 & 04 SE EG
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    2013 CU24 Swamp Ash Limited | 2013 XPRS 408 Semi-Hollow | 2014 CU24 Semi-Hollow

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    CE for the win!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Beef View Post
    I could probably get along with a DGT just fine. I just prefer the wide fat to the thinner nut width of a regular/DGT/Pattern Regular. If all my guitars were one or the other I would be happy, it's just switching back and forth gets me sometimes. Like if I play my regular neck Mira all week and then pick up my CU22 on the weekend I notice the difference in string spacing, my chording is off slightly for a few minutes. This is totally a first world problem and it's really not that bad.
    Totally didn't think of the neck carve. Good point! I concur on the switching; I really don't mind any of the PRS neck carves, but I agree that you certainly do notice the change if you play a few songs with a wide fat and the go to a regular carve.

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    stoptail cu24... non-piezo HBii...

    options!!!

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    wide/fat necks
    (513 / P22 / McShootout / DC 245 Ted / DGT / DC22 / Santana / Cu22 Rosewood / 408 Rosewood / SAS / Cu22 Semi hollow / Mira korina / HBII / SE Angelus Custom / SE Mushok) >> {Archon, C, H, Dallas}

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    SC trem RW
    Sh*tter's full

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    An Archtop Spruce would be fabulous, especially if it had two tone and two volume controls. I'm thinking a big, updated ES-175, but with PRS quality. And throw in a piezo option, please.

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    I voted Cu24 stop tail, but a CE renewal is where it's at.
    BDR-529

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    CE. Saw one yesterday in Ft Myers FL GC. It was one of the dupont paint royal blue ones. The dupont ones were the best. Solid colors. Dots. No frills get the job done guitar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11top View Post
    SC trem RW
    yes please, with optional mahogany neck and 408's

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