PRS SE Sarla

howlin

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Boy, I wish I hadn't dilly-dallied so long. A great price [$550 w/shipping] & the Xmas holidays finally made it impossible to resist. Now, 1 month in as a new owner, I have to say it's way better than I could have hoped for. The neck profile, the sound, the weight, the look, all add up to make it one of the best guitars I've owned.

With that, here are the pix:

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Peegoo

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Nice guitar.

The pickups in the Starla are PRS's take on the Gretsch Filtertron's tone. They can actually twang, and they can bark with authority like a humbucker too.

I like them so much I have them in two of my three Custom 22s. Both are set up to split when the tone knob is pulled.

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Zepfan

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I like these guitars. What's the scale on theses?
I love the Duesenberg trems and the Goldo trem with the flat Bigsby type arms, they work best with rollor bridges and TuskXL nuts.
 

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Congrats. I think the whole SE line is impressive. Enjoy.
 

Zepfan

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I prefer the 25" scale. I've played the Gibson scales and the Fender scale over the years and like this one the most.
 




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