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BY Molly
#719626
faceless wrote:
Now that's the tobacco burst I am talking about.

These DGT's supposed to have thicker bodies like McCarty's. I heard heaps of great stuff about this model. Congrats!


Yes. There are a few tweaks that I like. Bigger frets and thicker body are the main ones. Early DGTs were nitro but this is a later one so has the V12 finish. Should be here in a day or two. :thumbup:
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BY faceless
#719630
Molly wrote:
faceless wrote:
Now that's the tobacco burst I am talking about.

These DGT's supposed to have thicker bodies like McCarty's. I heard heaps of great stuff about this model. Congrats!


Yes. There are a few tweaks that I like. Bigger frets and thicker body are the main ones. Early DGTs were nitro but this is a later one so has the V12 finish. Should be here in a day or two. :thumbup:


There was a nitro run of DGT and standards with moon inlays. Very good guitars, but I'm a sucker for the flames and bird inlays, so this guitar is one badass mofo!

The DGT pickups are very articulate and responsive. I love the white/pearl tuner buttons btw!
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BY Molly
#719632
faceless wrote:
The DGT pickups are very articulate and responsive. I love the white/pearl tuner buttons btw!


Wondering how it'll make me feel about the SC245. Had another big purchase today so I'll be looking around my gear wondering what needs to go in order to cover the cost. Will let you know what I make of the DGT once it's here.
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BY faceless
#719635
Molly wrote:
faceless wrote:
The DGT pickups are very articulate and responsive. I love the white/pearl tuner buttons btw!


Wondering how it'll make me feel about the SC245. Had another big purchase today so I'll be looking around my gear wondering what needs to go in order to cover the cost. Will let you know what I make of the DGT once it's here.


it's always tough thinning the herd :o

we'd love to hear how that DGT sounds.
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BY Molly
#720538
Conway wrote:Owned this one briefly after kiwiaxe and before opsguy then Molly.

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And now another guy back in the North Island. Genuinely sad to see it go but there's always the next one. :-)
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BY codedog
#720546
I've got an SE 245 with several upgrades up for grabs, but I suspect you're looking for a core model?
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BY Molly
#720553
Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:Have mild PRS GAS now... thanks y'all.


I was going to say: "That's how it starts..." but then I thought about it. I think it starts with dissatisfaction with the inconsistent quality of some other brands. At least with PRS you can be sure it'll be a ******* well put together guitar.
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BY faceless
#720669
Molly wrote:
Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:Have mild PRS GAS now... thanks y'all.


I was going to say: "That's how it starts..." but then I thought about it. I think it starts with dissatisfaction with the inconsistent quality of some other brands. At least with PRS you can be sure it'll be a ******* well put together guitar.


I couldn't have said it any better.
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BY Conway
#720749
Molly wrote:
Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:Have mild PRS GAS now... thanks y'all.


I was going to say: "That's how it starts..." but then I thought about it. I think it starts with dissatisfaction with the inconsistent quality of some other brands. At least with PRS you can be sure it'll be a ******* well put together guitar.

FYI Molly: re. quality, PRS are to Gibson what Suhr are to Fender... (and yes, my Suhr Strat is still for sale to a good home :wink: ).
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BY faceless
#751981
Last post was 20-12-2016. Let's jumpstart this thread for 2017 and post them PRS away!

MC 58 in Faded Gray Black

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