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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Oct 8, 2019.
I was gonna say, a lot of the early Incubus fans are gonna be happy.
yeah I’d love one. I don’t have anything like it yet. I bet it’s well over a grand though.
If they made a SE Archtop, I would be in BIG trouble! I liked the HBII I had, but not enough to keep it. The SE might be a winner for me though.
All the SE's are near a grand here in syrup land. Hurray inflation..
yeah they’re not cheap here either. But the Hollowbody I bet will be quite a bit more. I want one though. I’ve already got a CU24 SE Roasted Maple on order as well.
I’d want a 24 fret hollow body. But only because I’ve already got a hbii
I’ll probably get one of these se’s as backup to my core....as soon as I finish buying all the used prestige’s in Chiba.
That Hollowbody looks pretty sweet!
I wonder how much the cost of the SE's would go up by if the locking tuners were just added as standard? Can't be that much surely..?
Is it going to be thicc like a rea HBII
Priced at £900 at guitarguitar .
PRS has also released some sand blasted SE models.
Im still bummed I couldnt go for an hbii in white, all spruce.
The HBii is one of my "once Im 40, maybe" guitars. Life is going to get nuts between now and then
Still definitely going to try the SE if I see one.
SE Hollowbody Standard $999
SE Hollowbody II $1,149
Not bad, every PRS SE I've come across has been among the best imports I've played. And it's downright a bargain compared to the new Indo-made Strandberg neck-throughs that are like $3k.
Also, the McCarty tobacco standard might be better looking than the flame top versions.
Oh and here's the SE Locking Tuners, $95 ain't too bad. https://us.prsaccessories.com/collections/tuners/products/prs-se-locking-tuners-set
yes, I am aware. I’ve seen a few PS ones that are 24, I’ve just grown so accustomed to using that space I nearly “need” it.
Another latecomer; a reissue of the old PRS SE One.
Only Euro market. assholes
What's the difference between the standard and the II?
I'm assuming non-maple top (standard) va maple top (II), or non-figured vs figured.
Basically. Std. has mahogany back and sides and the II has a maple top and back with mahogany sides. Same as the core line in this aspect.
I really like how the burled ash model looks. I generally dislike the carve of the SE series tops compared to the US models but the burled ash really makes the most of it.
These look killer, been wanting a hollow body for a long time. This might have to come live with me.
35th anniversary SE's looking nice;