Finally, a PRS I actually fancy. Really.

Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by rze99, Apr 8, 2019.

  1. Dan R

    Dan R Friend of Leo's

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    That's just as ugly as any other PRS I've ever seen. Fine guitars that look horrendous. I'm happy for those who like them.
     
  2. littlebadboy

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    I love my PRS S2 Standard 22!

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  3. bo

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    oops...
     
  4. bo

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    Unfortunately no. I haven't had a need to open the guitar up.
     
  5. robinn

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    I used to have a PRS Se One I bought because it was such a good guitar, comforting myself looks dont matter, it might even grown on me etc. It didn't, of course.

    I seem to remember some aftermarket vendor selling those type of bridges. Anyone can confirm?
     
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