So it's near the end of the year here at PRS and me and the other SE Inspector have decided to do something we havent done in about 3 years. And that is break all the SE guitars that had stuff wrong with them. I look forward to this because it's a crazy sight to see guitars just laying around and smashed. We take all the parts off of them and catalog them into our parts rack. These guitars have bad truss rods, cracked neck joints, tuner holes drilled off center, bad CNC body and neck carves, or shipping damage from Korea. They are all structral flaws. I figured I'd show you guys how it works. These guitars were collected over the last 3-4 years and have been sitting around waiting for a week to catalog all of them. This is just a little pile we had going today that needed to be broken. Here's another pile that we still have to strip all the parts off of. These are the bodies after we broke the necks out of them. We just lean the neck on the edge of a wooden pallet and stomp on the body and the neck breaks out. We then take the bodies and lay them diagonally on the pallet and the ground like a ramp and stomp on the bodies to break them in half. (I dont have a picture of that.) These are the necks after we break them out of the bodies. We write down every model that we destroy and the serial number on the headstock and why is was destroyed. We still have some guitars left to do for the rest of the week. I know alot of people will be heartbroken or angry that we do this but it has to be done. Hope you guys like a little inside look at what I do from time to time.