NGD: New Suhr Pete Thorn Signature in Garnet Red - WOW!!!!!!!

silot

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Sincerely this is the only Suhr I’d buy, and yours dear OP is a very, very attractive one !!
 

Jaguar

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Guitar looks classy and to take a candy apple bite out of it. Very interesting specs and way of thinking for this guitar. He wanted to have a Fender/Gibson blend in a strat body. HB (paf-inspired) and split coil options, mahogany body, F-scale and still looking sleek and no-frills. One stop guitar to do it all. Suhr does not appeal to me much but this one sure does. Wish you lots of playing hours on that one!
 
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Sincerely this is the only Suhr I’d buy, and yours dear OP is a very, very attractive one !!
Thanks, man! I’ve owned quite a few Suhrs at this point and will definitely own others, but this is easily the most refined example I’ve had, and the most versatile!
 

sutherland

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Non.
Stop.

Toilet and all!
You are far better than me. NGD for me means strumming a chord, then stopping to hold the guitar in various angles, and admire the details.

This is then followed by a half-ass noodle, then more of admiration.

Eventually, I make my way to the bathroom to pose with the guitar in the mirror. I follow up with more noodling.

At some point, I realize my shirt had buttons. I rush to the bathroom (where there is better light) to see if there are swirls on the back of the guitar from play.

Finally, I go to YouTube and look up videos of people who play the same model. Eventually landing on a Pete Thorn video. I feel emasculated. I suppress the shame by buying a pedal. After I bought said pedal, I then search for best pedals to use with said guitar. Remorse and doubt creep in.
 

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You are far better than me. NGD for me means strumming a chord, then stopping to hold the guitar in various angles, and admire the details.

This is then followed by a half-ass noodle, then more of admiration.

Eventually, I make my way to the bathroom to pose with the guitar in the mirror. I follow up with more noodling.

At some point, I realize my shirt had buttons. I rush to the bathroom (where there is better light) to see if there are swirls on the back of the guitar from play.

Finally, I go to YouTube and look up videos of people who play the same model. Eventually landing on a Pete Thorn video. I feel emasculated. I suppress the shame by buying a pedal. After I bought said pedal, I then search for best pedals to use with said guitar. Remorse and doubt creep in.
B... brother?

Seriously. Reading that hit far, far too close to home - the buttons, the emasculation, the doubt...

GET OUT OF MY HEAD, CHARLES!
 

LoveRock

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Nice looking guitar. But that heel - I'd have to take my belt sander to it! It's just so big and square.
 




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