Lol, I know this may come across as a little extravagant but please allow me to explain how this happened. It started a few weeks back when I was playing a lot on my LTD EC401B Baritone. I just realized that I really love 6-string baritones and I felt like it was a shame that I only had that one. I went online and someone was selling his PRS SE277 Baritone (the one with the old 2016 logo). He wanted to trade it for my PRS SE Torero so I did that! I immediately felt very impressed with this instrument. I started to play it a LOT and I really started to feel that this was somehow the perfect instrument for me. Last week I upgraded the stock pickups with a Dimarzio Crunch Lab and Liquifire. The old pickups were wired badly by a previous owner so this was a HUGE upgrade. Overall this guitar is amazing and I love everything about it. I then started to feel like I needed more... lol, yeah the gas set in. So I ordered a brand new SE277 from Thomann, the current red burst model. Also an amazing guitar, quite similar in feel when compared to the other one so that made me very happy! The stock pickups aren't that bad actually so I don't know if I'll replace those for some Duncan's, we'll see. The pickups aren't super high gain but they're pretty versatile I'd say. A good basis to work from imho. I put a pickup cover on the neck pickup just because I like how that looks. Then I saw an ad from Andertons that they were selling the semi-hollow P90 variant for only 550 pounds.... I just had to jump on that too so I sold one of my Schecters (one that I didn't use much) and used that money to order one of these Very cool and unique guitar! A bit lighter than the other two but a great feel, sound and I love how it looks. The soapbar pickups were surprisingly versatile! They're not as thin and scooped sounded as I had expected. They have huge mids so they cut very well. It's easy to make them rock but obviously they are great for clean and low gain stuff as well. Then my hunt started for a Mushok model to complete the collection so to speak. (I guess you could say I like to collect....) Pretty hard to find around here unfortunately but I found a heavily modded PRS MM and the guy was open to trade for one of my Ibanez RG's that I never really used. So I got that one as well! It has been painted black and there is now an arm bevel on the top. The stock bridge has been replaced with a hipshot bridge and it has black tuners. There is also now a Dimarzio d-activator in the bridge. Killer guitar, great for metal. Slightly beat but still functioning very well. One thing that I noticed when compared to the newer PRS Baritones was that the neck is quite a bit thicker. Now my hunt starts for a stock silver burst mushok..... I already made a video with the first one, the Dimarzio loaded one through my PRS MT15: Here are also some pics of the whole bunch: (the red one looks a bit darker in person) I'm pretty obsessed with these guitars so lets talk! Show me your PRS baritones! What kind of mods have you done on yours? etc All that good stuff!