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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Loambiker76, Sep 24, 2020.
I know but I'll never tell. I'm just glad he saw my post and acted on it right away.
Welcome to you and your nice looking family of guitars!
Welcome to TDPRI.
PRS: I love the neck and the body shape and I can't fault the fretwork. I find the pups a bit dark and when I stop buying bikes and guitars I might get around to replacing them (although read on). It could also do with having a better nut fitted. However, since I got my LP, I'm struggling to go back to a bridge that's flat to the body of the guitar: There's something about the raise bridge of an LP that seems to put my wrist/hand in the better position, for me. I have had the crazy thought of trading the PRS in for a Gibson LP Tribute, Studio or an SG, but that probably won't be for a while.
I really like PRS as a company but I also don't like hanging on to guitars I'm not using, so we'll have to see what the future of the PRS holds. At the moment it's my D Standard guitar, so it serves that purpose.
Welcome!, hey I live right around the corner, somewhere in space
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Nice collection that covers a lot of sonic ground - particularly if the not-pictured 2009 American Standard Strat is SSS.