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I've been trying to narrow down my choices for my next guitar. Both are fairly expensive but fairly nice. On one hand, I've got the...

Fender Strat VG - A standard strat with 3 single coil pickups but with an added battery powered Roland pickup that allows the Fender to have 37 different kinds of tones. Ranging from Strat, Tele, Humbucker, Acoustic, 12 string and tunings like Std, Drop D, Open G, Open D, Baritone, & DADGAD.

The other is...

PRS CE-22 - Paul Reed Smith guitar made with a maple neck and mahogany body. 2 EMG Dragon II pickups, Tremelo system, locking tuners, Quilt maple top with Whale Bone Finish, Bird inlays, and alot more.

The PRS is my dream guitar, but the VG is more effective to my setup. I use 3 guitars in my setup now: 1 acoustic, 1 strat (std tuning), 1 washburn, (open e tuning). The new guitar would probably replace my strat since it's a MEX made. I need some help. Which do you think is the better buy?