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hey, was lookin at the PRS CE series, does anyone know the price of these guitars
(preferably all of them) my price range for a new guitar is 700-1000($canadian$) roughly, are these guitars good for my price range and if not does prs make guitars in that price range

thanks
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Quote by nathanmeima
hey, was lookin at the PRS CE series, does anyone know the price of these guitars
(preferably all of them) my price range for a new guitar is 700-1000($canadian$) roughly, are these guitars good for my price range and if not does prs make guitars in that price range

thanks

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#4
if you mean SE, they retail for around $500 US, don't know the conversion rate, sorry. about 450 euro if that helps.
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you can afford one.
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for the money you cant beat them, they sound great
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For me, PRS makes the best guitars in the world. But the problem is the price. A CE (no matter 22 or 24), would cost between 2000 and 2500 USD, at least. And a Custom (which is the best xD), about 3500 USD, so no, you can't get a PRS for that price you look for. But you can get a PRS SE Custom (about 600 USD) and upgrade it a little bit if you want.
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No=yes

you can afford one.



$1000 Canadian Dollars is around $860 USD.

The cheapest PRS CEs are twice that price.

Unless his cash has babies, it doesn't look like he can afford it to me.

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