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Damir Besic


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Nice....
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Damir Besic


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Post Posted 14 Nov 2017 7:48 am     Reply with quote

Jerry Horch wrote:
Nice....


thank you my friend 😊
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Allen Howington


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Post Posted 16 Nov 2017 7:48 pm     Ritt Reply with quote

Man I sure wish I could deal you out of this one, beautiful guitar no doubt about it. Just too rich for my blood...

Steel buddy,

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Post Posted 16 Nov 2017 8:59 pm     Reply with quote

me too!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Damir Besic


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Post Posted 18 Nov 2017 1:14 pm     Reply with quote

thanks guy, this indeed is a super nice Ritt...
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Damir Besic


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ttt.... serious, like brand new, machine here .... if you ever wanted one of the best steels money can buy, here is your chance .... price is FIRM $5500 cash or may take another nice pro steel in partial trade... may take two or even three... I'm easy to deal with, talk to me 😊...
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Bob Snelgrove


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Tell us about what makes the Prestige different than a regular Ritt? What are the screws below the changer?

bob
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Damir Besic


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Introducing
the new
Rittenberry
"Prestige"
Model




Comments below by Wayne Dahl:
This project started about 14 months ago when I approached Gary about some ideas I had that might possibly make his fine guitar (that I was already playing) sound even better. He was very open and considered what I had to say! We talked about guitars like Sho~Bud, the Push-Pull Emmons and a few others, and the concepts about each of them and why they sounded like they did. I was searching for a guitar with a mid-range that had clarity and an evenness from top to bottom, and sustain. We tested aluminum cross shafts, both square and hexagon, as well as round stainless steel. We concluded hands down the stainless steel had the best bell-like tone and would contribute to the tone of the guitar. Wood to metal contact and no plastic, we decided, was also a piece of the puzzle. We went from one end of the guitar to the other, making improvements where need be, always keeping tone and resonance in mind. The mechanics of this guitar didn't go unnoticed either. It's solid from top to bottom! It also tunes out perfectly, with a minimal cabinet drop of 2 cents on the "E" strings. Its bar-non the best sounding/playing guitar I've ever owned, with all the qualities that I was looking for as I described. Many of the pro players at the Dallas show recently (according to Gary) were knocked out about the tone and play-ability of this guitar. Lastly, the "Prestige" is a tribute guitar to 3 steel guitar builders that helped Gary along the way, they are: Jimmie Crawford, Dwayne Marrs and Paul Franklin Sr. A big thank you to each of them! So, after 14 months and a lot of hard work, mainly on Gary's part, I think we have a winner here. So, thank you Gary Rittenberry so much for making this all a reality...


from Rittenberry Guitars website

also you can see and hear Wayne playing his Prestige here

https://youtu.be/VJ5fqvUYbNs
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Bob Snelgrove


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Post Posted 1 Dec 2017 8:29 am     Reply with quote

Damir Besic wrote:
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Introducing
the new
Rittenberry
"Prestige"
Model




Comments below by Wayne Dahl:
This project started about 14 months ago when I approached Gary about some ideas I had that might possibly make his fine guitar (that I was already playing) sound even better. He was very open and considered what I had to say! We talked about guitars like Sho~Bud, the Push-Pull Emmons and a few others, and the concepts about each of them and why they sounded like they did. I was searching for a guitar with a mid-range that had clarity and an evenness from top to bottom, and sustain. We tested aluminum cross shafts, both square and hexagon, as well as round stainless steel. We concluded hands down the stainless steel had the best bell-like tone and would contribute to the tone of the guitar. Wood to metal contact and no plastic, we decided, was also a piece of the puzzle. We went from one end of the guitar to the other, making improvements where need be, always keeping tone and resonance in mind. The mechanics of this guitar didn't go unnoticed either. It's solid from top to bottom! It also tunes out perfectly, with a minimal cabinet drop of 2 cents on the "E" strings. Its bar-non the best sounding/playing guitar I've ever owned, with all the qualities that I was looking for as I described. Many of the pro players at the Dallas show recently (according to Gary) were knocked out about the tone and play-ability of this guitar. Lastly, the "Prestige" is a tribute guitar to 3 steel guitar builders that helped Gary along the way, they are: Jimmie Crawford, Dwayne Marrs and Paul Franklin Sr. A big thank you to each of them! So, after 14 months and a lot of hard work, mainly on Gary's part, I think we have a winner here. So, thank you Gary Rittenberry so much for making this all a reality...


Not fair! Wayne can make a tin can sound amazing Smile Just kidding kinda but wow.


bob

from Rittenberry Guitars website

also you can see and hear Wayne playing his Prestige here

https://youtu.be/VJ5fqvUYbNs
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Godfrey Arthur


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Post Posted 1 Dec 2017 8:43 am     Reply with quote

Damir Besic wrote:


also you can see and hear Wayne playing his Prestige here

https://youtu.be/VJ5fqvUYbNs


The guitar looks like a Cadillac build.

Always liked Wayne's playing.
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Roger Crawford


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Post Posted 1 Dec 2017 10:49 am     Reply with quote

Screws below the changer, if the ones in the end of the neck, split tuning for strings that have both a raise and a lower that need the resulting note tuned to proper pitch. If the ones in the end plate below the nylon tuners, adjustment of the spring tension.
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Damir Besic


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Jake L


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Post Posted 5 Dec 2017 12:27 pm     Reply with quote

How do these guitars compare sizewise with a Mullen G2 or Carter? I'm kinda short, and have found that Emmons and Zum are just a little too large for me to comfortably play.
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Damir Besic


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Post Posted 5 Dec 2017 12:53 pm     Reply with quote

Jake L wrote:
How do these guitars compare sizewise with a Mullen G2 or Carter? I'm kinda short, and have found that Emmons and Zum are just a little too large for me to comfortably play.


it fits great for me, but then again , I’m 6’5” and over 300lbs lol
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Ron Hogan


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Post Posted 9 Dec 2017 6:44 am     Reply with quote

Jake, check this out.

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