Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by jokerjkny, Mar 24, 2008.
anyone try this sweetness?
Not many out yet... I have on due this week, but I will prolly pass on it...
It sure does sound sweet. Damn....more GAS!
wonder if it comes in goldtop?
I have one. Yes it does come in a Gold Top. Great sounding guitar and the best PRS I have ever played.
I played one... it's pretty sweet. Essentially it's a McCarty Trem with individual volume controls
*custom-designed pickups (much more PAF-like than anything PRS have ever done, with a really usable split)
*nitrocellulose lacquer finish
*custom neck shape
Pretty different from a stock McCarty trem, actually.
Yes.....I've played it......and my Proto-type McTrem IMHO is better!!!! I've even played David's Ex #1 Goldtop.... I'm still keeping mine!!!!
Someone else like his also !!!! lol
Yes they come in a goldtop !!!!
Looks like a great guitar. The goldtop looks more Gibson-y in that pic versus the other gold PRS's I've seen, which are more like Fender's Shoreline Gold.
dude, where've u been lately ?
yeah, the DGT model looks sweet !
Of all the dozens of PRS Guitars I played last fall at the Experience PRS event, that one was the eye-opener for me. In my opinion, the best new guitar they've come out with in a while.
i actually (and many others at the PRS experience) played grissom's personal DGT as well as a goldtop that was there. I loved both. they seemed on the heavy side, neck was amazing, tone was great. acoustically resonant. loved them
Mine is supposed to be delivered today. Yee Haw
Then it's your responsibility to post a tone report ASAP!! Inquiring minds want to know.
i thought i was the only one that thought that...
the pickups are really what i'm interested in. while i love the HFS/Vbass combo, never liked the mccarty pickups. a little too high gain for me.
and would to know what the neck shape is like. thicker than a standard, but thinner width than a wide fat? sounds perfect!
I'm not a PRS fan per se, but I'm a huge DG fan. Definitely have to check this one out. Saw the video. The guitar seems very well thought out.
A friend of mine has had one for awhile & brought it over a few months ago to play on something. Really nice guitar, they got it right I think. Want one.
Can one of you that have played a DGT confirm something for me? Some describe the neck shape as thinner then a PRS widefat but deeper.
Is the neck bigger or smaller the a Wide fat neck shape?
I think what they (sorry not sure who they is) meant is narrower than the wide-fat. I believe the DGT neck is supposed to fall in between the Regular and Wide-Fat neck shapes.