#1
I'm trying to decided which one to get... any suggestions about wat u think... details would be good (sounds like) right now i have to very begginner guitar a dean playmate which comes in akit my mom got it for me and peavey raptor which is wat i use thanks
#2
Use proper grammar. What the hell's a PRS single?
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#4
Well go try it out. People can give you opinions but ultimately the decision is yours.
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#5
Custom's the best man. Almost all single cut guitars look like hell anyway.
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#6
There's a Custom Semi-Hollowbody coiming out soon. That guitar looks pretty sweet if you ask me. I'd choose the Custom for looks, but it's up to you.
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#7
Sorry, I meant to type singlecut. And yes for looks I would choose the custom but I don't know for sound.
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Does anybody know which neck is thinner?


Both have PRS wide fat necks.
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#12
they sound the same. the humbuckers are tinny, but those can be replaced. overall, the Se's are nice. i bought the soapbar.
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#13
Are fat (not width) are the necks? Are they Ibanez thin or more like Epiphone SG necks or even Fender type thickness.

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#14
None of the above. PRS wide fat necks have a unique feel in my opinion. The nut width is 1 11/16" and the neck contour is a rounded kind of 50's Les Paul profile. I love the necks myself. The neck isn't as thick as an LP but it isn't an Ibanez wizard by any means.
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#15
Ok, because basically having bought an RG321, I dont really like the thin and flat neck, then again I blame my limited budget and therefore choice for chosing it. So could you give me like, the dimensions of the neck at the 12th fret say? And would this be a good contrasting guitar comparing it to the RG?

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Oranges are actually a revolution though - they're the next step from Rectos IMO.
#16
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#17
I thoroughly recommend the PRS SE Custom. I got it for Christmas and it's awesome. Even with stock pick-ups...lead tone is brilliant, rhythm tone isn't as great but if you change the pick-ups it could be amazing.
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#18
both are good guitars, but theyre great after a pup change and a hardware swap. and i say the single cut is better IMO because the custom is flat top, i like arched top , and has that evil thick square heel
#19
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both are good guitars, but theyre great after a pup change and a hardware swap. and i say the single cut is better IMO because the custom is flat top, i like arched top , and has that evil thick square heel


What's a pup change?
#21
o okay thanks... right now i think im leaning towards the custom only because its more startocasterish in the way that its lighter... how hard is the transition from thin like stratocaster neck to a thick one like the PRS cause right now i play a beginning guitar poser strat its a peavey raptor plus but it has a thin neck like a strat
#23
o... well my peavey is thinner then my friends dean hardtail, and the 550 strats i played at samash were thinner then the LPs so out of those 2 which is thinner
#24
well LP's necks are know to be thick as bats, youll just have to try them out to see which you like betterm i dont have any experience with dean or peavey guitars