Really nice finish, I love what they did with the purple. It's not as common as it should be, looks amazing on wood!
This thread reminds me of a 20 some odd page article in a recent issue of Wine Spectator about..........bourbon................
I do love that guitar. I don't play it as often as I used to, but it's still fun when I do. I must have tried a dozen guitars before I found this one, and I knew it was the right one the instant I held it.
DW Performance Series
Peavey Radial Pro RBS-1
Gibraltar rack system
1997 Fender "Bonnie Raitt" stratocaster: A 15th birthday gift for my daughter.
Some really awesome guitars posted on here. Not mine but one of a friends many guitars...A Gibson Flying V Robot guitar...
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Love the color on the Bonnie Raitt! My mom was a big fan back in the day, and took me to a show or two. I was too young to remember/appreciate it though. :(
I chose this guitar as I was looking for something special from her birth year. What better than a US made guitar honoring the only lady endorsed by Fender from 1995-2000?
...I got to see Bonnie at London's Wembly in 1992 at the Clapton/Elton John concert.
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Poste this in the wrong thread earlier....here we go....
A pic of my 10 year old son's guitar......it's a Kirk Hammett miniature model. It really screams.
Here's a picture of the ones I've completely assembled on my own.
Here's my 3rd Schecter and one of two of my current ones.
Here's my PRS Custom 24.
Here's my other Schecter. It's a Tempest.
Here's a picture from about '07.
All the guitars except the PRS have been sold.
This was my first PRS.
Awesome guitar for under $500.
And this little pup was one of the coolest guitars around. MF had these on sale for $75 a few years back. I had to have one. Well ok, I got two. One in blonde and one on sunburst.
It was called the '51