#1
I've been searching for a replacement for my current workhorse guitar (a epiphone lp100 with a ton of upgrades).

Thinking about a prs tremonti, but I've only briefly played one and I'm not sure if it can get all the sounds I'd like (Hard rock, Blues, Jazz, funk). I want something with humbuckers and 22 frets, but I'll need a coil split which the Tremonti doesn't have. Any ideas that fit the bill around the Prs se price?

I'm new to the forum and I know asking for suggestions is frowned upon, but I'm pretty desperate here.


Thank you, Zack
#2
If the pickups on the Tremonti are wired for it, you can add a coil split as easily as swapping out a push-pull or two. Address the issue of the guitar first, THEN sweat the pickup features.
#4
Check Craigslist... plenty of used PRS SEs for sale. Some of the newer ones even have coil splitting.

But like dspellman said... Guitar first... mod later.
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#5
I bit the bullet and got one Should be here tomorrow.
Last question.
Is it as easy to hardtail a prs trem as a strat?
Thinking I might give it a try
#6
Quote by trickyzack
I bit the bullet and got one Should be here tomorrow.
Last question.
Is it as easy to hardtail a prs trem as a strat?
Thinking I might give it a try


Assuming it's a strat system it should be easy, but what I wanted to comment is that I tried hardtailing one of my guitars by pulling the springs up tight. I thought the sustain wasn't so good, so I redid it by putting a wood block behind the trem block and removing the springs. I think this improved the sustain, so it might be worth experimenting with how you do the trem blocking.