So I've been looking at LP style guitars, but I am having issues picking a company to stick with. Gibsons necks are too big, coupled with the fact that they are way too expensive for what you get. And no tremolo! PRS gets closer on the neck, but not really fast... just comfortable. None of the color options thrill me, I want some solid opaque colors. The trem is cool, and the locking tuners are . For the amount you pay, options are very limited, and there's an insane wait on production. I'm looking at buying three players to take on the road, but I just can't seem to find any places that'll do custom stuff. I was looking at the Gutierrez stuff, but I'm kind of turned off by the lack of contact, and hype is generally something I like to stay away from. Any other smaller builders that can satisfy my needs? $$$ isn't an issue, but I refuse to pay unnecessarily. I'd like to keep each piece around $2000-2500, but if I have to I'll shell out more. I'm looking for more PRS than Gibson, but PRS still isn't giving me what I want. It's not even that I have to pay a little more to get what I want, its that they just don't offer it, so I'd have to get a $6000 custom piece. Mahogany body Mahogany neck Maple or Ebony fretboard Extended scale neck would be sweet Opaque white finish, or a neon yellow Thin neck, but with a wide board, similar to a classical guitar, but without that extra chunky-ness Auto-Locking tuners Vintage style tremolo, something without a locking nut Some fun inlay options Is this too much to ask?