Originally Posted by zEr0
Wow Roman! Congratulations man, nice to see you are appreciating Daniel's work as well. I should be getting my custom in a month as well. Can't wait!
Your collection looks great as usual
Thank you for posting this guitar in the first place! After I saw it I knew it was a matter of time..... The flamed maple guitar is also amazing. The prices of this guitars in argentina is VERY affordable, specially if you buy them used, since there is no "custom guitar" market. I paid 650USD for the flamed maple Daniels, wich features abalone inlays in freatoard and headstock, bird eye maple neck and fretboard, schaller locking tuners, seymour duncan and Fender pups.
The neckthroough Parker with bird eye maple top, ebony freatboard, mahogany body and sperzel locking tuners cost me 450USD.... and you just dont want to know how much it costed the Blue quilted maple top one... (lets just say you couldn eve buy he edge and pups on it for that money)
The JPM Daniels costed much more, but it was still a good deal for both (the guy wanted to start another custom project with Daniel and needed the cash to pay for it, on the other hand I didn't want to wait for months or a year to get something built, particularly when I love how the JPM is done)
About your question psuchoshreder, well the RBM started out as an RBM1, the PGM was built from scratch, but since its not intended to be sold to anyone else, and it's not a replica of any existing guitar... there is no way you can take it for anything different than what it is.
And if I decide to sell it at one point....which has almost 0 chances of happening.... I ll sell it for what it is.
BTW, the JPM features a Tone Zone and a Seymour Duncan 59 pup. It has an alder body with a translucent blue finish at the back. The freatboard is ebony with bird eye (thought not very figured) maple. The neck is a five piece bird eye maple walnut construction.