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    I fucking love Phil Collins.
    AND Phil Collen!

    Does that thing have a Sustainer in it? Oh it does. I like it. Obviously I could never afford.

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    Bumping this up, because someone bumped Nick's '09 pic thread and it's confusing people.

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    The guitars were nice. Im sure Rudy will have the best shots of them. #1 was there on the far left. So I assume that will sell pretty quick being #1 and NAMM used. I think maybe 1/2 said "SOLD" on it. I did get some good shots of him playing FIRE on Saturday I will get posted with my other pics this week.

    PS - Bryan - Where did you get that pricing from?
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    I ordered a PC1 SOLAR from my dealer and he said I have to wait 4 MONTHS because USA Jacksons are now a "special order"??
    Trust me, you don't want to go down that road with me......Jack Bauer

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    That's weird about them being a "special order." But, my KE2 is taking loonger than expected. I'm supposed to get it by mid-February. Ordered it in August, but there was a problem with the color as I understand it.

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    I have a full video of Phil doing "Fire." I should have it up on youtube this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BGWwebguy View Post
    The guitars were nice. Im sure Rudy will have the best shots of them. #1 was there on the far left. So I assume that will sell pretty quick being #1 and NAMM used. I think maybe 1/2 said "SOLD" on it. I did get some good shots of him playing FIRE on Saturday I will get posted with my other pics this week.

    PS - Bryan - Where did you get that pricing from?
    I did get some close up shots of the guitars, not all of them since they were very similar but I did shoot some close ups as well as group shots of them. I thought they looked better in person than previously posted pix but would rather have a standard headstock instead of reversed. I'm sure they play and sound great just as most other PC1's do

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    That was through a G-Dec? Not bad at all.

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    I love all the PC1s...and I'm a proud owner of a natural...when I saw the first pics of this one, I wasn't thrilled...but I gotta admit...it's growing on me. But I am with most of you here...not a fan of the reverse head stock. Personally, (and I may be alone on this one)...but being in the spirit of the 80s...and there's definitely a 'hint' of that here....I almost think they should've put a pointy on this one...in traditional Jackson fashion. Hell...put a reverse pointy....Obviously the strat/psudo strat head stock has become a staple on the PC1s...but isn't the point of custom guitars to move away from the norm? Now that I'm thinkin about it...with a reverse pointy this guitar would look better. Just my 2 cents of course
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    I agree. I would look a lot better with a reverse pointy.

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    I dont like the paint job, but the guitar it's self looks good. I think it would be mega in a good graphic or a sparkle paint job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinBarre View Post
    I fucking love Phil Collins.
    AND Phil Collen!

    Does that thing have a Sustainer in it? Oh it does. I like it. Obviously I could never afford.



    Do you like Phil Collins? I've been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke. Before that, I really didn't understand any of their work. Too artsy, too intellectual. It was on Duke where Phil Collins' presence became more apparent. I think Invisible Touch was the group's undisputed masterpiece. It's an epic meditation on intangibility. At the same time, it deepens and enriches the meaning of the preceding three albums.

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    Speaking of Phil Collen....

    There's been a thread discussion going on about doing a limited 10-piece custom shop run of Phil's PC archtop from the 80s/90s; here:

    http://www.jcfonline.com/threads/123...limited-run......

    If you're interested look into it. You'll be surprised at the cost. It's a little more than the cost of a new production model PC-1.
    In order to make the run happen we need 6 firm deposits. So far we have three JCFers intrested. We need another three to make the run a reality.
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    I saw Def Leppard last night in Melbourne... Phil was amazing!
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