The 1st 3 video's are of this 8.9lb PRS for sale
I have other video from one of the other I have or had. I had 3, 1 sold.. they ALL Are the SAME GREAT TONE etc!
2011 Paul Reed Smith Tremonti SC 245 PRS Bonnie Pink Private Stock Rosewood Neck 9.6lbs
I have 3 of these.. They ALL ARE UNREAL, All Sound Great and Are Great.. Only different is Top, and couple oz in weight
2011 Paul Reed Smith Tremonti SC 245 PRS Bonnie Pink Private Stock Rosewood Neck
PRS isn't making this color anymore.. or something close to that!
This is quick video...In person it WILL KNOCK YOU OUT!
One last time.. This was Custom Made.. Not a Production Color or Run
Private Stock Grade
These were supposedly a special order for a Japanese dealer, but I were able to get.. These are a really special run. They are Tremonti 245's in bonnie pink, artist grade tops (as you can see in the photos), solid rosewood neck, (fat - thin), 59-09 TM pick-ups, and a Korina back. These are finished in Bonnie Pink. Amazing guitars for the price. Private stock quality. They are $7750. They are super limited, so don't miss your chance to own one.
YES I HAVE 3 OF THESE GUITARS( 1 sold as of 12-10-11)
YES THE Grand Baby is Excited about PINK.. As You see her nails??????
Love 'em or hate 'em the Paul Reed Smith Bonni Pink, because of it's rarity has to be one of the most collectible guitars on the market today. The color was named after longtime Paul Smith friend and associate, Bonni Lloyd. If you work for PRS for a length of time you can have a guitar built to your own specifications. Bonni asked that her guitar be painted to match her Chuck Taylor Converse tennis shoes, which were Pepto Bismol pink. A pink color was finally derived that matched her shoes and was eventually applied to PRS models ranging from the CE to the Signature.
Here's Howard Leese's story of the Bonni Pink that Paul Smith made for his daughter.:
"In 1990, I saw the first "Bonni Pink" at NAMM. Bonni Lloyd was Paul's secretary at the time. My daughter's name is "Bonnie", and she was a year old at the time. I wanted to get her a Bonni Pink guitar. I had recently acquired the second guitar Paul ever made, a Les Paul Special style axe with wooden pickup covers. It was a little crude, but I knew Paul was trying to get back a few of the old guitars for his archives. He made this guitar in High School. So I told Paul he could have it back if he made a guitar for my daughter. This guitar was under the bed for 16 years, until Bonnie was 17 and could play well enough to really dig it. it is in museum condition, dead mint. H.M.L"