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#1
Hey guys, just wondering whether a Spalted Maple top could be successfully carved into the PRS style contours? Because I haven't really saw it done much, just flat tops.

Also with the Schaller Hannes 6 bridges, I've read that people have had problems getting anything above a .60 string through the bridge, and that you have to drill it. Would this be a safe/viable option? Same again if I went for the Piezo version?

Thank you in advance!
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The low string, which would be tuned to a B. I usually use a 74.
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It is going to be a baritone haha, and I know, but I still prefer heavier strings.. I have heavy strings on my LTD VB-400 and that plays just fine so
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#7
On the Baritone I own its tuned to A, but yeah haha.
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Gibson Les Paul Custom Alpine White
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PRS Custom 24 Angry Larry
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