26 NJDevil 1 week ago If I am wanting a run of the mill model that comes in multiple colors, I won't compromise on the color I want. I'd rather wait and get the color I want. However, if I play a guitar for sale that just has outstanding playability and is priced right, I don't care what color it is. I had not thought of this Jim but this applies to me and a specific guitar I wanted to buy right at the moment but could not for "keeping the wife happy". I was having a great time at Rudy's in NYC......their Broome St. location. The last guitar I tried I frowned at but the technician at Rudy's knew what I liked and told me I would love it. It was used, the body dinged a bit and was at one time probably a pure white color but looked like someone might've spilled coffee on it and kept it in a room full of smokers for years. But the tone was right in my wheel house.....very surprised since I am usually unimpressed by PRS. the neck was a thick profile and wide at the nut....greater than 1.70". Keith Urban was trying out acoustics about 20 feet away and was not shy in complimenting me on my playing.......although I really think my playing was pretty pedestrian but that tone was key. Anyway, it was a used white PRS that looked like it spent time in a garbage pit.I have no idea what model PRS it was or even the unusual single coils in it but this thing was the greatest playing guitar I never pulled the trigger on......I wanted to stay in the world of the living and my wife would've reversed this if I brought it home. But it was the ugliest guitar I ver saw that I really wanted to buy.