Let's see your PRS's with a one piece top.

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  1. Mayflower

    Mayflower Supporting Member

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    Not many made.
    Mine is an late nineties CE24 in Orange with monster flame.
    I have been looking for a 24 fret flamed neck for it. Anybody?
    24 frets are not my bag, but this is such a beautiful guitar and plays/sounds great.
    My 14 year old gigs with this one quite often.
    Anybody else? From CE's to Private Stocks, lets see them.
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  2. omni

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    I can see the seam.
     
  3. SW33THAND5

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  4. Mayflower

    Mayflower Supporting Member

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    No you can't...NA..NA..NA....!lol!
    (That is a mineral streak your are seeing)
    It is definately one piece.
     
  5. dwes

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    Not a good pic, but what the...
    Zilmo's got THE ONE -ONE. Check the site...Yikes.
    This is my '86.
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  6. Glide

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    Here are a couple of mine with one piece tops, and middles, and backs - Both 86's.

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  7. tonikaku

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    I'm a total lurker, but this thread is one I feel like contributing to.
    Sorry for the bad cell-phone pic.
    2002 HB I in Amber.
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  8. butrus

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    Here is my Ce24 made in 91
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  9. QueenCityGuitars

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    Beautiful guitar! :AOK If you ever consider selling...

    Love these too...:dude
     
  10. slipbeer

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    2000 McCarty. I picked it out of a row at Martin's from across the room. It needed me and I needed it.

    It be my #1.

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  11. Red&Die

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    My PRS SC AP...

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  12. 02Singlecut

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    I swear they are ALL 1 piece tops!!!:moon

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  13. Red&Die

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    Nice one!! I love it!!
     
  14. nitehawk55

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    My 2005 CU22 in emerald green

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  15. shallbe

    shallbe Deputy Plankspanker Gold Supporting Member

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    This was originally one piece of wood-----then they split it and matched it. Can you believe those crazy PRS guys?

    Does it count?

    Seriously, this is just another excuse to show one of the finest PRS guitars ever made, and the only one I've ever kept. My 2003 CU22 Artist in orange.

    Hey Steve, is that an ebony fingerboard?

    No, but is is just as black. Literally the same color as the nut, and VERY smooth. The picture was taken before I swapped out the Dragon II's for Lollars, cut out the bright/roll-off cap and went to McCarty wiring. It is now much more "played," and the gold is wearing off. I like the way it is aging and need to take some updated pics.

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