Conway wrote:509, Molly?
Yes. That sort of thing exactly.
Molly wrote:Conway wrote:Super Eagle.
Switches are a bit busy for me. Maybe it was for the Grateful Dead gig.
I'd like a C22 / 24 style PRS with Stratty pickup arrangement.
Molly wrote:Switches are a bit busy for me. Maybe it was for the Grateful Dead gig.
Molly wrote:kdawg2a wrote:I look at that guitar and to me it seems to solve a lot of problems that no one has with a regular strat. If you buy all the bits, you can make a really high end strat for $1500.
I'm not going down this road again. The outcome is just too hit-and-miss. If you shop-around second-hand you could probably source all the bits cheap but it'd take forever and a day. I guess it could be a rolling project where you get something that's got good bones and upgrade as you go. That said, when you say high-end I guess you'd need a nice, light and resonant body and a well finished neck. Hard to find the right spec. second hand and spendy new.
How would it break-down do you think? Just roughly.
$100 - Tuners
$250 - Neck
$350 - Body
$200 - Trem
$300 - Pickups
$100 - Plastics
$100 - Case
$80 - Pots / wire etc.
$20 - Neck plate / screws
$100 - Paint
Terexgeek wrote:I don't mind it, it's nicer to look at than a Suhr (hate the droopy dick headstock), has a better cutaway and upper fret access than a Fender Strat, better trem than a Strat, bring on the PRS version of a Tele I say.
Aquila Rosso wrote:I don't a mind an iced tea rimjob one little bit
Molly wrote:Trousers are no substitute for talent
druz wrote:I present to you, the whogivesafuckocaster