#1
hey ppl
I want to buy a new guitar , wanted that jeff buckley hallelujah sound , wondering if a PRS SE model can pull that sound off or would I have to just get a telecaster

looking forward to your input
#2
You can play what ever you want.

I personally like Tele's
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#3
tele will do it better, presumably. not that you can't play it on any guitar, as robbgnalry said, but if you want to get as close to the original tone as possible...
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#4
I personally always thought that Hallelujah sounds better using a humbucker-equipped guitar...

Your safest bet is to get a guitar with coil tapping, so you can decide for yourself which sound you prefer. When playing Hallelujah, I always use my Gretsch Pro Jet, which is an excellent guitar in my opinion, it's pretty versatile.