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shark

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I got pics of my older guitars but not the newest additions so I let you view what I have if you feel the notion
okey what we have here is a PRS Hollowbody II Artist..just a wonderful guitar and PRS best they make..A real sleeper amongst all the solid body PRS..A very unique instrument with a great woody funky blind lemon jello vibe
http://i42.tinypic.com/2wef7z9.jpgthe back looks better than the front of most guitars

next up is a PRS Custom 24 Artist..Its been sold and bought by me twice.Its currently now sold again..I needed the money for the LPC..in fact I traded this one for the LPC and I feel really good about that!!!
[IMG]http://i44.tinypic.com/dyp4ll.jpghttp://i42.tinypic.com/2ih2l5k.jpga 70's major 200 project amp :) Stevie Ray used 2 of these in his stack amongst the pile of his tubestuff

okey The D 45 in a pile up!! D 45 what else can you say? this one is 2005 and still very tight. East Indian Rosewood. Adirondack Spruce top.Fossil Ivory pins bridge and saddle. And all the shell a clam could ever want
[IMG]http://i41.tinypic.com/292xog2.jpg


well if you arent impressed yet and this doesnt do it then check your pulse..A martin OM 45 deluxe custom shop..one of a kind..Brazilian Back and sides Master Grade 8 Englemann spruce Top. Fishman hex pick up system with EQ. Roland GK3 pup. I have the clam family still living on this one..can you tell I suck playing guitar :laugh2: My guitars do all the work for me!!!

has a hand carved solid mahogany neck heel to add to the aura and this guitar sounds creamy sweet no matter what you do or cant do to it
 

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My god...
The OM-45 is beautiful.
 

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thanks fellow MLP'rs and yes both those guitars are just awesome indeed!!! the top of my line right now those 2 are padawan

the PRS HBII artist is discontinued now but you can find a few still out there.you have to spend some time setting them up PROPERLY when you get them.once you get that taken care of, other than the electronics issues which never go away until you gut them...Its a great vibe guitar if you know what I mean

the OM 45 built in 1993...I mailed Martin for the original spec sheet from the special order and holy jeesh this guy that had it made was the guitar player for Manhattan Transfer and had martin build a no holds barred OM wicked mean studio guitar...current pricing on this OM with all the cheesecake, as close as I can get it in 2009 is over 23,999 without the Brazilian rosewood...the last upcharge Martin had for anything in bookmatched Brazilian was 10k..needless to say I got one hell of a schweeeeeet deal. REAL hard core Martin guys dont think much of it as its too pretty,not 75 years old with 15 top back and side repairs...Its got mojo though all its own!!
 

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how about a little loop of the HBII? here ya go then!!
slideee

how about another? loops are cool and did you know there an international loopers convention? lol Im going to join as I am the Looopy King of Bling!!
loopy

ooo and another one!!
piezo times 5

all done on a stereo memory man in 30 seconds or less. how much can you cram into 30 seconds? my wife says "alot"!!! :dude:
http://www.acidplanet.com/components/playfile.asp?asset=1178037&T=7733
at least you get a good idea of what a guitar sounds like tuned to dropped open C using flat wounds
 


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