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Old 06-12-2021, 11:43 PM
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Default One guitar to trade them all for (or a pearl of great worth)

With all the problems going on I feel a little guilty for showing off new guitars, but this is my last ngd (arthritis).
My guitar playing days will join the "all things must pass" throng and I'll have to play piano exclusively.
So I'm trading and selling guitars to get to just 1 eventually. No acoustic.
I drove to the tone shop, traded some guitars, and brought home a 594.
My final guitar is a good one...






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Old 06-13-2021, 12:40 AM
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With all the problems going on I feel a little guilty for showing off new guitars, but this is my last ngd (arthritis).
My guitar playing days will join the "all things must pass" throng and I'll have to play piano exclusively.
So I'm trading and selling guitars to get to just 1 eventually. No acoustic.
I drove to the tone shop, traded some guitars, and brought home a 594.
My final guitar is a good one...






That is seriously good looking guitar, beautiful woods all around. If it sounds half as good as it looks (which I'm sure it does), you have winner on your hands!
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Old 06-13-2021, 05:03 AM
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Drop dead gorgeous. Thanks for posting.

I have a bunch of "this is my last guitar". I also have had 3 "last" motorcycles so far. Enjoy.
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Old 06-13-2021, 05:14 AM
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Fantastic! I wouldn't call that "good" but "Amazing"!.

Sorry to hear about your arthritis. Hopefully you'll have plenty of good days.
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Outstanding guitar, good for you.
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Not sure I've seen a neck quite like that... It's like top wraps around to the back of the neck... Lovely
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Wow!
I could stare at that figured maple neck and top all day... Is that a Wood Library model?

Congratulations!!
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That is seriously good looking guitar, beautiful woods all around. If it sounds half as good as it looks (which I'm sure it does), you have winner on your hands!
Pretty much sums it up. What a looker!
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Old 06-13-2021, 10:38 AM
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What a beautiful guitar! Congratulations!

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Old 06-13-2021, 12:11 PM
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594 is on my short list, but I’ve been leaning towards something with a solid top. But man, this one is spectacular! Wood Library? Private Stock?
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Old 06-13-2021, 12:22 PM
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mind boggling beautiful. i love my CE24 and i've been looking around at everything PRS offers. I am leaning towards the same model, or DGT, or semi hollow of something along the same line.

tell us about yours, same questions others asked about which title it carries from PRS(wood library, etc).

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Old 06-13-2021, 02:15 PM
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Wow!
I could stare at that figured maple neck and top all day... Is that a Wood Library model?

Congratulations!!
Thanks! No, it is described as a Quilt Maple 10-Top with a Vintage Natural finish.
Tone Shop custom ordered the flame neck. Expensive wood that looks good.


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594 is on my short list, but I’ve been leaning towards something with a solid top. But man, this one is spectacular! Wood Library? Private Stock?
Thanks everybody! Solid top? I don't think PRS uses layered wood tops. I know they put a veneer on SE models.
But I would consider those a solid top as well.
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Thanks everybody! Solid top? I don't think PRS uses layered wood tops. I know they put a veneer on SE models.
But I would consider those a solid top as well.
I'm not sure what everyone means by "solid" or "layered" top, but PRS makes lots of guitars that are mahogany bodies with a maple cap, including yours.
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Wow, that is one fabulous looking guitar!
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