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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by viccortes285, Aug 26, 2018.
2017 Bernie Marsden
SE Custom 24 and SE Custom 22 semi hollow. The semi hollow is REALLY light weight.
It is...keen eye! I traded a Strat for it and am very pleased all around. I’m not sure how PRS chooses which models to produce other than “Paul wants to” but a 22 would cool.
SE One Korina, Grand Am Rolex Racing Series SE, and a Mira S2. All fantastic playing guitars.
Very nearly bought a Bernie when I got my SE245... I think it was just the tuner keys that put me off it, or maybe I felt the second tone control was very important... nice guitars, and rightly hugely popular.
Here are my 2:
'88 PRS Goldtop "Special":
'09 PRS DGT 10-Top:
Beautiful Guitars PRS makes.
I had this 10 top SC250 for about 10 years. I never was into it that much but it was just so darn pretty. I played it every so often because I felt guilty but it never bonded with me. Then I bought the white Vela. I love this guitar so much I sold the 10 top. Since then I bought the Reclaimed CE 24 and the just came out S2 Studio. All three of these guitars are favorites and I have a whole lot of guitars
Love that Vela and the Reclaimed CE!
I have this one: Zac Myers SE. I'm going to keep it.
PRS ZM 2 by GearHund posted Apr 2, 2018 at 12:37 PM
PRS ZM 4 by GearHund posted Apr 2, 2018 at 12:37 PM
PRS ZM 1 by GearHund posted Apr 2, 2018 at 12:37 PM
Love those Reclaimed wood guitars! I hope they have more of those out in future.
The S2 Studio is great too... One was in strong consideration earlier this year when I ended up being seduced by a Jazzmaster...
I have a Jazzmaster! You need both!
I want the blue one with a P90 and a tone control!
I came into this thread to see jokes about Colgate and floss, not exquisitely finished guitars that sound great and delight their owners
I WANT MY ENTRANCE FEE BACK
Funny thing about that: I took that picture for a thread on Strat-Talk: "Show Us Your Yellow Guitars".
That Charvel is just a fantastic player; the neck carve feel identical to the standard Fender "C" shape, perhaps bit thinner in the spine, but maybe not, with a satin finish that's very smooth and comfortable, and a compound radius neck. I don't really notice the compound radius as much as I notice that my hand doesn't fatigue when I'm chording up the neck.
The JB/'59 pickup set have proven a little harder to dial in, live, than either PRS though.
The Pattern ("Pattern Regular") neck on my S2 and the Pattern Thin on the SE aren't far behind in terms of comfort though, and something about those PRS 85/15s pickups just cuts through live.
Just got notified the PRS t-shirt I designed and ordered has shipped. I'll pop it up here when it arrives.
It's a beautiful guitar as is, right now it's totally stock but as funds allow I'm going to upgrade to a Mannmade bridge and probably also put some locking tuners on and maybe a Core nut. I love the look of the tuners so I'll be going with the identical looking ones from Gotoh. The green does seem to divide opinion though!
The tone control thing sometimes bothers me, sometimes doesn't. I do wish Bernie had just gone for the standard four controls as nobody would complain about that, whereas the three controls could easily turn people off.
I bought this in a panic as they were "strictly limited to 300 guitars" in 2017. Looking on Thomann I see they're available again "strictly limited to 40 pieces in each colour". Pretty good marketing trick to sell Bernie's!
P90 heaven and aren't the necks great ?