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anniversary, Smith gave fans and PRS owners an opportunity to ask him questions when he took over our Facebook account for about 90 minutes.Thanks to all of your inquiries, we uncovered a few nuggets of the luthier’s personal and professional life that were previously kept under wraps. One door closes on a guitarist, the next opens for an award-winning guitar builder.Just wondered if theres any experts on PRS that may be able to shed a bit of history on this guitar.there was no case with the guitar but i have a few photos, thanks Rich Richard: Per the serial number prefix of "2" this could be either a 1992 or a 2002 PRS guitar.I’ve always been surprised at how well it worked—especially when I saw other companies building 25" scale fret-slotting machines.Another problem with either the 24 3/4" or 25 1/2" scale-length instruments is that if somebody grew up on a short-scale guitar, they wouldn’t play a longer one and vice versa. And while he’s talking about measurements, Paul wants to clear the air on fretboard radiuses.But for the most part, a 10" radius works perfectly for our guitars and most guitarists in the market. John is a genius musician who is one of the fathers of our musical industry.
While your at it ask them for a specification sheet for your guitar too.
To get my first guitar off a piece of paper, it took me over three years of drawing and redrawing, cutting bodies, and then more drawing . and you average the lines, the body shape that comes out looks god-awful.
It took a long time to get the body shape to the point that it was comfortable to the eye, comfortable with the way it felt, and comfortable to how it works as part of a musical instrument.
its a red maple (i think) and from what ive read its from 1992 pre factory.
Now this guitar is nice, but its really not my thing.