#1
Okay I have a PRS SE Custom, but want another guitar with a different sound. One that I can play other types of music with. I recently joined a group of people and all we do is just jam and I usually play the rhythms cause I am best with chords and they dominate me in improving with theory. I play on a few amps besides my Spider, lately a Peavy Half Stack my friend has. We play like all types of music just what ever it turns out to be. So yeah I want a guitar to get sounds I can't get out of the PRS. Any suggestions...
#4
what are you going for tone wise? What genre are you playing? a PRS SE should be able to accomodate almost anything

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#5
Get a set of P-Rails, all sounds sorted.
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#7
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Get a set of P-Rails, all sounds sorted.

Yeah, but it's a compromise; one guitar with pRails won't sound as good as a Les Paul, a Strat and a Gibson Junior.

I think you should get a better amp for yourself. Borrowing a friend's is all well and good, but you should probably have something decent of your own and the Spider isn't really a dream tone machine.

If you want a guitar, a P90 loaded guitar should get you great sounds; I won't name names, because I personally have never come across a poor P90 guitar, probably because P90 guitars are aimed at those who know a good pickup so probably know a good guitar as well. A MIM Strat will get you good single coil sounds whereas a Tele will be the twangy antithesis of your PRS. Alternatively, an Ibanez, Schecter or other "Metal" guitar will do you some hot, high output stuff.

Take your pick.
#8
Well the thing is the Peavy is the guy I always play withs I am gonna be getting an amp probably next summer (or buying that one from him) i just use the spider as a practice amp (but I do have a decent metal tone after year and half of playing out of it)
#9
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Well I get everything out of PRS I have tried, but I just want a different tone sometimes...

different how though? A PRS is a damned versatile instrument, they have a pretty broad tonal palette.
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