NGD : Miss Little has found her mother

Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by 77zark77, Mar 3, 2017.

  1. 77zark77

    77zark77 SS.org Regular

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    Call her Mrs BIG if you please, but here is the PGMM31's mother : A 1992 PGM300
    Pics can't show how the mother is creamy white (deliciousliy :yum: )

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    77zark77 SS.org Regular

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    With the PGMM31 set up in AEDGCA :yesway:
    Old guitars don't have wrinkles, only discoloration !
     
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    Love the direct mount pickups.

    It's signed by Paul: what's the story there?
     
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    Nice score!!

    Love the contrasting pics between the two, HNGD!
     
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    The guy I've bought it from bought it in a shop and doesn't know about the story
    I'd make some researches by gglepics or something, maybe...
     
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    ADGCEA !! Am I dislexic ? :lol:

    The PGM300 is surprisingly versatile - I didn't expect that
    Can play Balls to the Wall with the neck PU
    And some SRV-like riffs in position 2 !what else ?

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    How are you liking the smaller fret spacing for lead work? I'm thinking of picking one up for the legato possibilities...
     
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    Yep, smaller fret spacing allows to play more easily some riffs or chords like shuffle or chord9 (3-5-7 on E-A-D for example) but you have to keep in mind the narrower neck (41mm at the nut)
    That's (for me) an issue for fast melodic playing - needs some use
    And bends aren't the same, obviously
     

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