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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by Riffer, Nov 7, 2017.
A lefty se. Was Paul just fucking with Phillip McKnight in that interview.
Man.. those spalted maple veneers, the matte finishes, and most of the colors look SO damn good.
Not helping my growing PRS gas...!
Matte? What did i miss? Where??
My bad. I guess it's just the angle from the first pic. PRS finishes always look good regardless... gloss or matte.
That Core 24-08 looks great. The 408 is such an under appreciated model.
Prs understands innovation.
Robot tuners, overdrive circuits bad
Mini toggle switches. Very good.
And a 26.5" 7 string SE production model? Nice!
Is the 24-08 the only new addition to the USA core line? I would love a 24 fret 594 of some kind, though fully realize that I shouldn't hold my breath.
The 24-08 has had a lot of Wood Library examples last year (I couldn’t resist one…).
Smoke that indicated fire perhaps?
Great to see it available as an official Core model now.
I hope the SE SVN is popular. A core version of that would be lovely.
no idea who Chris Robertson is, but his sig is tasty AF
They gotta stop woth the cream colored zebra pickups though. I suppose they look ok with certain guitars, but they dont need to be on every single SE.
Also, why no maple fretboards?
As the owner of a Wood Library Custom 24-08 they made a great choice in making that a core model. The thing is so versatile.
also is the blue violet burst finish new for the CU models?, I dont follow PRS too closely, but dont remember seeing that finish as standard
I love the lack of the giant SE on the headstock. Don't like how the old models scream "I have a cheaper model!"
Actually, was this changed earlier? Don't keep up with PRS, this was just the first thing I noticed.
The SE head-stock logo changed on the 2017 models.
Anybody else check out the SVN demo video? Maybe it was just the amp, but that tone sounded terrible...
That's what happens when non-metal people play metal
How right you are!
Not a fan of the new colors, I like the new models though.