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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by Zado, Apr 10, 2017.
As someone who's kind of an enthusiast for Stratocasters, I really like this and it looks very interesting.
That reminds me, I remember when All Time Low were playing PRS guitars before Alex and Jack switched to Fender and ESP respectively. I miss Alex's Miras (I got to see him play them live a month before he switched).
It looks nice, it'd be a smart move if they released it on their ranges, SE, S2, and Custom. (Think thats their main ranges?)
Hoping for the return of the DC3.
That's what it looks like to me. a DC3 that's even MORE Stratty.
To me, it's strange seeing that headstock on a strat, especially one as "standard looking" as that one.
Looks way less weird than the "strat" they made for Eric Johnson years yonder:
This may be what happens when John realizes the revenue on the ~$9k+ super eagle have not been particularly high.
That thing has more switches and knobs on it than a flight deck .
I really hope this signals PRS re-entering the Strat game. Those DC3s were great takes on the classic.
Looks like a DC3 with a longer horn and some other tweaks to make it more Strat-like.
You're giving them far too much credit.
It's a Strat that they slapped a PRS neck onto.
How funny would it be if Mayer, known for trolling, just slapped a CE neck on one of his many Strats.
They sold every one of them...
Ah, I didn't realize they were limited. I meant that as a continuous income stream, a private stock sig isn't going to help you out much as some low/mid-tier model with higher production numbers.
This is from someone associated with PRS:
This in from Shawn at PRS (from the PRS Forum):
We have been collaborating with John Mayer for some time now. The guitar he has recently been playing and posted on Instagram is a prototype artist guitar we have been working on with him. We are thrilled that John is enjoying and using this guitar and continues to support PRS.
Something tells me Mayer doesn't need the help generated from an income stream via a signature guitar...
Still looks awkward to me
The headstock is a bit weird on a strat to be honest, but other than that, the guitar must play wonders for him to take on to the stage. A little tweaking to the headstock, maybe something entirely different to the usual PRS one and it would make a perfect Strat
I don't disagree - just sharing the information