#1
Hey, i asked about a gibson melody maker before but i changed my mind.


Now Im thinking about getting a PRS SE standard, what do you think?

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My Gear:
Ibanez SA 240FM
Marshall Modell 8100
Last edited by Sonic240 at Nov 29, 2008,
#3
I've heard it's very good for diversity. It can work well with different styles. I have played a PRS, a higher range one (maybe the custom) and it was extremely nice to play but I was told the Standard is just as good.

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#4
oh, ok thanks!
Quote by angusfan16
I got ass-raped but your story beats mine.


My Gear:
Ibanez SA 240FM
Marshall Modell 8100
#6
my brother has one..it's pretty good, really..
the stock pickups are better than my ibanez RG's inf3 and inf4.. what i mean is that the PRS's pickups are cleaner sounding both when in a clean and distorted channel.. yep, it's discontinued.. it's a 2007 model.. but my brother happened to buy one just this year since one of the music stores here in our country still has plenty of stocks of the SE Standard.. he got it for only half the price! what a steal..
Ibanez RG321MH (Air Classic/Tone Zone)
Fernandes Telecaster (Twang King/stock bridge pickup)
Blackstar HT-20 (Scumback 55 speaker/ Tung Sol tubes)
TC Electronic Nova Repeater
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#7
I would stay away from ones with a trem. In my experience, it doesn't stay in tune that well. Could be the tuners, but the stoptail is alright.