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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by Devotion, Apr 8, 2011.
Gratz man! The SEs are amazing instruments! Yours is as nice as any 10 Top.
same. The wide fat neck and recent vet bills were the only thing holding me back. I was ready to purge to pay for it. It was the original reason my CU24 was up for sale.
Vet bills were literally the only thing that held me back That and I have an AP SC245 that is absolutely killer.
Thought I'd have just enough money to get the P245 I've had my eye on for awhile, but think I may have to wait another month. The GAS/wait is killing me!
man... wide fat prs necks are still to this day the best necks i've played. especially rosewood ones.
I can't believe the quality of the workmanship of this guitar, I've had a LOT of guitars pass through my studio, none can compare, this might be the last guitar I ever buy...... HAHAHAHA Ya right
WoW Dude seriously WoW!
So the day has finally come when I join the PRS club!
Can't believe how good this guitar is
private stock 7 string multiscale CU24 in the works. 25.5"-24.75"
Congrats dude!! Looks amazing.
Wow that's going to be a monster. Brians always does the crazy stuff.
Curious if you were to change the pickups to some covered bareknuckles would you guys go brushed nickel black pole pieces, or all black, or black with nickel pole pieces?
In my opinion, brushed nickel with black poles, no question!
keep them black, I quite like the theme contrast of the hardware vs the top
Is that the only multi-scale they will have made to date?
I sometimes wonder how many PRS I'd own if I wasn't touring
I bet that multi scale is going to cost an absolute fortune!
And lovely top on that one a few posts up
Thoughts on the Dweezil Zappa carve?
I think it's awesome. The fretboard inlays are awesome IMO
I can't wait to see how this turns out. I had no idea PRS even made multiscaled guitars. They were already my favorite company. Now this solidifies it.
I believe this is their first attempt...