#2
The first one looks like a First act Sheena. The second looks like a schecter.
#3
The first one reminded me of Eastwood guitars for some reason.
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#5
First act for the top one and by the looks of it the bottom is a PRS
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#6
The first one is definitely a First Act - I dunno about the second one, but it's definitely not a PRS.
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#7
Quote by sepultura alma
First act for the top one and by the looks of it the bottom is a PRS

I second the PRS.
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#8
Quote by ninjaapirate
I second the PRS.


It has a 2 piece, tune-o-matic bridge.

PRS use wrapover bridges or Vintage style tremolos, not tune-o-matics.
#9
1.First Act
2.Caparison
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#11
Second one is definitely a caparison custom shop model. Any GM models don't come with the flame maple like on Jona's and like baby joel has stated it's also missing a pot.