#1
Anybody think much of the Low end PRS's Guitars? I was thinking about getting one and I have not decided yet so give me opinions please! Peace Out...
#2
My mate's brother has a PRS Tremonti, it felt great the time he let me give it a whirl.
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#3
I have played the floor models at GC...not sure of their names. One was like a Semi-Hollow, the other had P-90's, and the other was just a regular old PRS with a bolt on neck and dot inlays. All were around $500, and I wasn't too impressed. Would honestly rather have a MIM strat or something.
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#4
cheap are ok but remember.... YOU GET WHAT U PAY FOR

-CHRIS-
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#5
they may be ok, but as chriskent4687 said, you get what you pay for id just either save up for a higher model or go for something else (shecters are $500 or so and sound great)
#6
Not worth it. Maybe the semi hollow one, it looks nice, but seriously, there are many more guitars in that price range that are well worth the money.
#7
I have a singlecut se. I liked the tone more than an epi lp, but I went through a couple of them before I found one I liked. The necks were kind of dry on a lot of them. I eventually found one I liked, stays in tune relatively well given the plastic nut, the switch is going but that's something I'd expect from most cheap guitars, and it's easy to fix.
#8
I bought an Epi LP standard, then went back to Guitar Center about a week later (which was right after PRS released the custom se) so I decided to play it. I thought that, even though there isn't much to it, it sounded a lot better straight off the wall than the les pauls do. I had some work done on my les paul so I like it more than the SEs now, but if you are just looking for a good sounding guitar straight from the factory I think the PRS SEs are really good.