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Unread 06-18-2012, 11:19 AM   #1
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NGD! PRS Custom 22 SE

I've been lurking around here for a while so I figured it was about time to make my first post.
I got this PRS out of a trade not too long ago. Traded my Jackson RR3 and BC Rich SOB (both of which I got at less than half priceand never really played anymore) and I got this lovely thing here plus some cash, but anyways...
I liberated this guy from a bad home, they were playing it through a small crate practice amp but I'm biased there so take no offense, or do, that's up to you gentlemen.
I've only been playing this thing for about a week (there's just never enough time but it plays just wonderfully. The only problem that I have with it is the bridge pickup, the guy put a Seymour Duncan Dime Bucker in it which doesn't work well with this guitar in my opinion. But that's not that big of a deal, just me finding something to complain about.

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Mahogany body
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Unread 06-18-2012, 11:30 AM   #2
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Welcome man! Good to have you! Nice axe too! Definitely get rid of the Dimebucker.
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Unread 06-18-2012, 11:39 AM   #3
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Welcome man! Good to have you! Nice axe too! Definitely get rid of the Dimebucker.
Thanks! It's good to be here. And I plan on it
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Congrats! I had an SE Cu24, nice guitar. I need another white SE singlecut eventually...
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Congrats! I had an SE Cu24, nice guitar. I need another white SE singlecut eventually...
Man, I've been trying to get my hands on a White SE Singlecut haha. Beautiful guitars.

Good deal on the Custom! I love the Dimebucker.... But I wouldn't go as far as to put one
in a PRS lmfao.
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SE's are pretty solid, despite the stock pups being eh. I dig it!

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Congrats man, welcome to the club! If you are feeling adventurous you should try buying a US Tremonti pickup for the bridge.
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I would love to have one of those!
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Congrats man, welcome to the club! If you are feeling adventurous you should try buying a US Tremonti pickup for the bridge.
I may have to look into that. I'm glad someone suggested something interesting rather than a dimarzio or duncan, not saying that their bad, just nice to see something else now and then
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I would love to have one of those!

I may have to look into that. I'm glad someone suggested something interesting rather than a dimarzio or duncan, not saying that their bad, just nice to see something else now and then
Duncan and DiMarzio are nice, nothing wrong with them - but I, personally, feel that I get more interesting textures out of things like Bareknuckles and PRSi pickups. Its hard to explain but its almost like I get more of the woods tonal character out of them.
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Duncan and DiMarzio are nice, nothing wrong with them - but I, personally, feel that I get more interesting textures out of things like Bareknuckles and PRSi pickups. Its hard to explain but its almost like I get more of the woods tonal character out of them.
I've heard nothing but good things about Bareknuckles. But yeah, I get what you mean, I like to hear the differences in the woods of my guitars.
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Congrats! I have an SE Custom 24 and its a great instrument.
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Very nice trade, PRS makes godly guitars.
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When you get ready to sell that Dimebucker, shoot me a PM!
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Haha I'll be sure to do that Probably won't be for some time though because I have other priorities, gear-wise anyways
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HNGD! I love the SE series of guitars

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