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    One PRS and one non-PRS desert isle guitars

    So, in addition to one of your PRS guitars, which non-PRS would you bring? ONLY ONE OF EACH!!!

    It's a no-brainer for me, I'd take my 2010 22 Semi-Hollow, LTD and my 2001 Dupont MC-50.
    PRS 22 Semi-Hollow, LTD; Tele; Strat; LP; Rivera Venus 3 amp

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    '93 all-mahogany Standard 24, and my trusty 1983 Ibanez Roadstar II CS1000 - Super 58's, baby...
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    I would leave my Prsi at home and only bring a Gene Simmons Axe. I could use it for hunting, building shelter, or making a canoe.

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    Well....since I'm on a desert Island, with no electricity....it would have to be Howard Leese's old Gibson Prototype Acoustic!***























    ***I could be tempted to trade this if the right offer came along.
    Last edited by docbennett; 06-07-2012 at 01:18 PM.

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    This non-PRS: 1965 SG Special.



    This PRS:


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    Okay, but what if it was a dessert island?
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    My 2011 blue burst DGT, it rocks, and for non PRS I would go with a late 60's big head strat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    Okay, but what if it was a dessert island?
    I think I'd have to go with a marble cake body (quilted), dark chocolate neck and headstock. Light on the frosting, wouldn't want any sinking. Old-school frosting birds, gumdrop speed knobs. Twizzler cherry .10's
    1990 CE24 MT | 1991 CU24 | 1991 CE24 | 1992 CE24 MT
    1993 STD 24 | 1997 CE24 3pc MT | 2008 SE Semi-Hollow Soapbar
    2011 SE Akesson | 2011 CU24 GC Throwback | 2012 Signature Limited
    2013 408 Brazilian | 2013 Paul's Guitar | 2013 S2 Mira | 2013 Hollowbody II
    2013 CU24 Swamp Ash Limited | 2014 SE Zach Myers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    Okay, but what if it was a dessert island?
    Mmmm. Unlimited supply of Skittles and cannoli

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post
    Mmmm. Unlimited supply of Skittles and cannoli
    I would need a chocolate milk river and tree's with crunchy cookie leaves.

    ...and my MOB Goldtop. My non-PRS would be my fretless Ken Smith Black Tiger.
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    [QUOTE=Hans;13616]I would need a chocolate milk river and tree's with crunchy cookie leaves.

    QUOTE]

    "...and little streams of alcohol come tricklin' through the rocks". Oh wait, that's different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docbennett View Post
    Well....since I'm on a desert Island, with no electricity....
    Fortunately, the professor left a solar powered generator, so electric guitars
    are no problem!
    PRS 22 Semi-Hollow, LTD; Tele; Strat; LP; Rivera Venus 3 amp

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    Quote Originally Posted by steam-powered View Post
    Fortunately, the professor left a solar powered generator, so electric guitars
    are no problem!
    To heck with the generator. We want Ginger!

    ...or Mary Ann.
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    I'd take two of Markie's. I don't want sand in mine.
    Sh*tter's full

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    Will there be a refrigerator?

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    My Standard 24, and a Martin 000-28

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    i'd take my Hamer Californian Elite setneck from 1991 with me.
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    Well my desert island PRS guitar would have to be my PRS SCT (if it was a guitar that I don't own then HB Spruce). For the non-PRS guitar I'd go for a Taylor 710CE.

    NOW for the dessert island I'm all for Snickers Smores and 100 Grand candy bars. There are so many choices but for now I'll stick with those two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    I would leave my Prsi at home and only bring a Gene Simmons Axe. I could use it for hunting, building shelter, or making a canoe.


    And it may keep Shawn away!
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    Braz McCarty and Laskin Classical (braz with cedar top)

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