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1992 Experimental Prototype DC Standard Pro


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I don't find it ugly. Its not as pretty as the production DC, but that ebony board outweighs the aesthetics entirely.


What is attractive is its weight; less than 6lb . The Mini Humbacker is nice too.

I would have removed the tenon cover and reattached the screws to fill the holes.



But what I really liked was that the brief look of the DC Pro which had the sensible headstock (straight string path).

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I didn't realize PRS had been around that long. Also, really like the history lesson of how they got from there to the current double cut.


Yes, he used to be at East Coast guitar shows trying to get big names to play his very early guitars, prototypes for what would be PRS guitars. Howard Leese was the first guy I ever saw using one. Paul and also Ed Roman. Good times.



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