#1
I was looking at a video of Between the Buried and Me and I saw Paul Waggoner's guitar and really liked it. I want to try it out but I cannot find it!

Here is a picture of it:



Also, I really want to find the exact guitar all the way down to the bird inlays and the toggle switch.

If you could send me a link of where to find the guitar it would be much appreciated!

P.S. The reason that I want to find it exactly how it is is because I am a BTBAM fan and I would much rather it be exactly the same.

THANK YOU!
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#2
PRS Custom 24

EDIT: Duh, but go classic sunburst, birds, wide thin neck; it's basically just a normal Custom 24
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#3
PRS Custom 24.

Be prepared to spend over $3000 for it.
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other guitarist in my band has one. or one very similar maybe with 22 frets? i dunno but it sounds like gold. long live pwags hah
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#6
You can get a Prs SE Custom for $500-650. It's the same guitar made in Korea to cut cost. I'm planning on getting one
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Quote by haz_uk
i think dustie's custom-made prs is cooler;



first i've seen with a floyd.

Was about to post it.


It's a PRS Custom 24. Very nice guitar.
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Quote by QuantumMechanix
You can get a Prs SE Custom for $500-650. It's the same guitar made in Korea to cut cost. I'm planning on getting one
That's like saying a Chinese made Epiphone is the same as a Gibson, just made somewhere else to cut cost.
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Wikipedia, brotha. You'll find most of whoever you listen to there and their gear listed up.

PRS SE is not the same as the actual ~3000 dollar PRS's. It's an OK guitar, but It's nothing like the regular PRS.
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Quote by Van Noord
That's like saying a Chinese made Epiphone is the same as a Gibson, just made somewhere else to cut cost.

Never said it's the same exact thing. It is the same model but a cheaper version. Obviously won't feel or sound the same as an american made Prs but not everyone can afford $3000
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#11
make sure you get the wide thin neck. the normal is like playing a classical guitar IMHO
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#12
Out of curiousity, how does the CE compare?
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#13
Quote by QuantumMechanix
You can get a Prs SE Custom for $500-650. It's the same guitar made in Korea to cut cost. I'm planning on getting one


Thats like comparing a Ford Escort to the Ford GT. No where near the same guitar at all. A Gibson Les Paul Studio is closer to the PRS 24 than a PRS SE.
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#14
Whoah! Ah a Floyd Rose! That is even better! That is the one thing that I was wishing the guitar would have! Where can I find that!?
#15
Quote by Van Noord
That's like saying a Chinese made Epiphone is the same as a Gibson, just made somewhere else to cut cost.


Anymore, yes. Gibson's QC has pretty much turned to crap and their modern production guitars are really reflecting on that.


However, whether the PRS is made in the US or in Korea its still a PRS.

Epiphone is a subsidiary of Gibson, meaning that Gibson owns them (which gives them the rights to produce instruments that look identical to the ones Gibson produces) but they are still a completely separate company.
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Epiphone is a subsidiary of Gibson, meaning that Gibson owns them (which gives them the rights to produce instruments that look identical to the ones Gibson produces) but they are still a completely separate company.


Actually... it still doesn't give them the rights to produce similar looking guitars.

It just means that Gibson isn't gonna turn around and sue the pants off Epiphone, or they have a legal contract to say that Gibson gives Epiphone the rights to use the designs etc etc.
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Quote by MESAexplorer
Thats like comparing a Ford Escort to the Ford GT. No where near the same guitar at all. A Gibson Les Paul Studio is closer to the PRS 24 than a PRS SE.

Not really. Maybe it's closer in quality since it's a more expensive guitar and american made, but the SE series are still Prs's and it's still a cheaper version of the same guitar. So an SE Custum is closer to a real Custom than a Gibson because a Les Paul is a completely different guitar
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Quote by ragingkitty
Actually... it still doesn't give them the rights to produce similar looking guitars.

It just means that Gibson isn't gonna turn around and sue the pants off Epiphone, or they have a legal contract to say that Gibson gives Epiphone the rights to use the designs etc etc.


Well either way its the same difference.

My point was a PRS is a PRS no matter where its made. An Epiphone is not a cheap Gibson - they are two different companies.