#1
I'm looking at getting the SE 245 for my 18th and wanted to see what owners of said guitar thought about it
#2
I'm very happy with mine, it's a nice LP styled guitar. The only thing I did was to change the strings from 9-42 to 10-46 and file the nut for the larger strings and remove excess height on the nut.
The PUS are more modern sounding than my Gibson RI PAF type pickups but still fine.
Buy straplocks too.
Moving on.....
#3
Cheers. Tried one today and i love the tone and they're gorgeous guitars. safe to say i've ordered one
#4
Quote by alexriffs
Cheers. Tried one today and i love the tone and they're gorgeous guitars. safe to say i've ordered one

Great acquisition, they're fantastic guitars.
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#5
Love my mates 245. Even more so with BKP mules in it.
I shouldn't post when drunk..



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#6
I hate it's upper fret access. Otherwise it's pretty fine.
Do you feel like I do!?
#7
Quote by KenG
I'm very happy with mine, it's a nice LP styled guitar. The only thing I did was to change the strings from 9-42 to 10-46 and file the nut for the larger strings and remove excess height on the nut.
The PUS are more modern sounding than my Gibson RI PAF type pickups but still fine.
Buy straplocks too.

Interesting rig in your sig, I like the vt30 too.

Ts have you tried the 245? I assumed I would like it but it just felt awkward playing it when I tried one. It sounded good but it just didn't play comfortably at all for me. Not to say its a bad guitar, just saying its definitely a guitar you should try first. If you have tried it and liked it, I'd say go for it.
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