Originally posted by Chun13
Great choice ! That's an awesome colour, other pics under different lights to try to confort you in your decision !
I know you're going to change the order to a mapletop/basswood, all maple neck, two hum, floyd. I'll give you a week and a half right before the guys at Suhr cut the neck!Originally posted by eddyrox
very funny! seriously, I decided on metallic Candy Apple red w/ maple neck (again) when I saw Chun13's!
absolutely not!!Originally posted by pluto
I know you're going to change the order to a mapletop/basswood, all maple neck, two hum, floyd. I'll give you a week and a half right before the guys at Suhr cut the neck!
Can't wait for your guitar to show up !Originally posted by eddyrox
OK, the ONLY difference between your beaut and the one I just ordered is that I asked for:
3. no face jack
4. abalone face/side dots
5. alder body routed for H/S/H (to allow for S/S/S or S/S/H in the future)
6. Parchment pickguard
7. Reb Beach Even C taper
8. No vintage tint and plain (as opposed to birdseye) maple
Everything else's is YOUR classic (even down to the signed HS!!)
Man, you may need some serious drugs to get through these next few weeks. I HATE the last few weeks waiting for something like this!Originally posted by Andersonguy
Wow Dookie, that T is georgous.
Mine should be here in 3 weeks to a month. Im counting the days. Its going to kill. LOL!
heh, heh, how about at least 3 of each!!Originally posted by Suhr
Its all good, you guys should have one of each
Nah, I'll stick with my Andys. Wait a sec., oh, never mind!Originally posted by eddyrox
heh, heh, how about at least 3 of each!!
Seriously, no self-respecting uber-strat lover can go without a Suhr Standard and a Drop Top Classic. Then, if we're continuing down the vintage trail, ya gotta have a Suhr Tele. Nothing else comes close. Then until JST comes out w/ a mahogany short scale, ya gotta p/u a Cobra or a Cobra S.
After years (and I mean years) of playing Andy's, I played a Suhr Standard w/ all the trimmings (Plek, BFTS, Floyd, CNC precision, SS frets, ripping quilt, etc.). Thoughts? ONLY the BEST playing locking trem, maple neck, I've ever owned.
What is it about Suhr's that I love? They FEEL "broken in", literally seconds after it comes off of Kenny's bench, and resonant. No lie. And w/ the Plek jobs, they are soooooo even and smooth. No dead spots, no fret grabbing, no misfretting. Just the best set-up around. And THAT'S w/ a Floyd bridge.
TAG's are absolutely awesome. BUT, JST Suhr's are completely out-of-this-world fantastic. IF you dig strats or teles, do yourself a favor and try a Suhr.
Yes, it was but it was inspired by others so I don't know how "original" it is...Originally posted by stevieray
Gorgeous T!!! And that comes from a guy who loves his own Suhr T. Yours is the only one I'd like to have as much as mine! Perfect pickguard for a top like that. Was this an original idea?
ain't it great?!Originally posted by dookie
I went back later to choose the top... Got to file through them just like eddyrox did (I live 15 minutes from the shop )
THAT is STUNNING. .....hmmm.....metallic candy apple front, chili pepper red back.....Originally posted by dookie
One more thing... I wanted to show off the swamp ash so I had John match the bengal burst on the front with a tobacco burst on the back... Haven't seen that done before so I guess THAT is original...