Thank you Husky, for the new, Suhr Classic T Pro Series!

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  1. dead of night

    dead of night Member

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    This is great news! Let the discussion begin!
     
  2. JHL

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    Yes!

    To me it looks like they have the arm cut in the front, but do they also have the tummy cut? Can't seem to find info on the web site... Lots of nice features on these, especially if they have the comfort contours as well as the stainless steel frets and SSCII.
     
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    Isn't it a regular Classic T?
     
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    Even C Medium profile :(
     
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    Oh man, the black one with the rosewood is calling me...
     
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    Agree. I like what they are doing here and would buy one in a second, but not my favorite Suhr neck. Ahhh, first world problems.
     
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    Cant please everyone. Any other carve would have somebody unhappy. I have no doubt they did a fair amount of research before choosing that neck carve. Ill bet its super comfy.
     
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    Telecasters are not supposed to have belly or forearm cuts. They are supposed to be massive slabs of wood. Not interested.
     
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    How did you come to accept a guitar should use electricity? That seems like quite a leap.
     
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    Really fancy the 50's version in butterscotch. Is there a trans white? Couldn't see a pic.




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    Are you guys seeing pics somewhere?
     
  14. dead of night

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    Yes at the Suhr website. This is the regular Classsic T, no tummy cuts I don't think.
     
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    Classic T Antique has the slab body without contours.
     
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    So the Classic T Pro Series has cuts and contours in the body?

    Husky, please change this to the full slab body just like the good, old fashioned Telecasters!
     
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    As I understand it the pro series represent the most requested options so I guess the contours are popular.

    You can still go with the classic T antique if you don't fancy the contours....



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    Love the 2 tone SB and butterscotch. Love that there's a 50's style, really want to see the trans white.

    Just need a spare $5k now so I can stock up....



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