My new (to me) Suhr Andy Wood Signature Modern T SS in Whiskey Barrel finish arrived today and it is glorious!
Been wanting one of these forever to add to my collection of Suhrs. Was thinking about ordering a new one but when I saw the prices jump from $3,750 to $3,999 this month it...
NGD! Got a slamming good steal of a deal on this like new 2019 Classic T Deluxe limited edition.
Swamp Ash Body in Trans Brown
Flame Maple Top in Aged Cherry Burst
3A Roasted Birdseye Maple neck and fingerboard
All Gold Hardware
It's my first maple-necked Suhr (all the...
It is my understanding that Suhr originally had this headstock shape:
Then for reasons I'm not sure of (not sure if it was legal or just a redesign) they went to this headstock (which is like the only you see on my strat):
The "hybrid" headstock is what you see on my JM Pro which is the...
And I don't think any song has ever given me goosebumps quite like Richard Strauss' Death & Transfiguration (Berliner Philarmoniker) gave me. If you read the notes to the tone-poem before listening to it... you can close your eyes and really feel what is going on while listening to it.
I can't wait for my custom order t-style to come in. I'm about 2 months into a 9-10 month build time. I don't know if I have that kind of patience. =) It is gonna look so great sandwiched between those two.
Here is a mockup of it:
I feel like a bit of a hypocrite since I've always snubbed my nose at relics and said "I'd never own a relic." Well that changed today when I got this Suhr Classic Antique Finish Over Finish (Sonic Blue over 3-tone sunburst) Limited Edition. It was just too sweet looking (and too sweet of a...
I joined the club today! My first Suhr. My first offset. My first set of P90s. My first guitar of this quality and craftsmanship. I'm regretting getting it already because I know this won't be my last Suhr and my wallet is already trembling because of it!
If you don't have a music store locally where you can try them out in person... then I would personally recommend Sweetwater online.
Oh... and welcome to the forum. Don't forget to post the obligatory NGD thread when you get your new guitar.
I don't think anyone here would blame you for not being able to understand. We are all different, and just like tattoos... some people can understand that and some people can't. It doesn't make you wrong and someone else right or vice-versa. It just makes you different. I for one think we should...
I try not to be a complainer, especially if I can't offer a solution or something to help, so I'll just make an observation or two that seem to corroborate the experience(s) of some others, leave my little hashtag (meAlso), and move on along.
I used to be a daily spectator. I tried to be a...
I much prefer self checkouts if they are available. I can scan and bag my own stuff much faster than two people at a normal register, and it is bagged in a way that I prefer so I know it is being done right. To me... time is money. If I can get out of there 4 or 5 minutes sooner by doing it...
Very rarely does a signature increase the value of a guitar. 99 times out of 100 it reduces the value and limits potential buyers should one decide to sell it (unless we are talking maybe a Hendrix or SRV... in which case the autograph itself is surely worth more than the paint and wood it is...
They had some for $69... but splurged and grabbed a pair at $99 each. Of course that is before the $21 per ticket "service" fee and $4 "processing" fee.
Though it is only a modest $1,600 if you want a general admission pit ticket. =)
Saw them last night here in Denver. All in all a pretty good show.
Abasi is talented, but that progressive metal is just not my thing.
Nuno was great. Probably my second favorite of the night. They guy just doesn’t age...
I don’t think I could judge someone’s driving skill based on how they look. I remember a cab driver in Vancouver once who was in a full blown suit... clean cut... worst driver I’ve ever had. So scary we had to tell the guy “wait... we changed our mind... let us out here” because we though the...
The church I attended when I was a kid was very judgmental when it came to appearances. I remember multiple sermons on tattoos, men with long hair and earrings. One of my favorite sermons there was the day my cousin... the former CMA and Grammy winning country music star rolled up on his Harley...
I've got three, but none on the face/neck. I personally would never do face, neck, or hands... but that's just me. You do you.
I can see and appreciate mine every day. I can share with others when I wear shorts and a tee. I can hide 'em if need be with jeans and a long-sleeve.