#1
ok, i'm in the market for a new guitar and spotted this korean PRS SE for just under £500. does it make that much of a difference being korean, i mean i know it wont be as good, but views/experinences?
i can see into the future but when i see you i will try to look surpirsed

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#2
The korean models have lower quality tone-woods that aren't carved like most prs's. They don't have separate volume controls for the pickups or the bird inlays like lots of other prs's, And they don't have locking tunners like more expensive prs's. I'm not trying to tell you not to get it though, it's a nice guitar, especially for the price, i'm just letting you know what's different.
#3
I've got the Santana SE and I love it. While the more expensive guitars do have sveral features that make it better, I still really like the SE line. It's a great value, but like most PRS guitars you're either going to love the way it feels or you'll know it just isn't the guitar for you.
PRS Santana SE
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Dean Acoustic
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Dod Preamp Overdrive/250
DOD Grunge
EH Big Muff Pie
Digi-tech Digi Delay
Fender Hot Rod DeVille
Epiphone Valve Junior
Hand Built 2x12 cab with V-30's
Hand Built 1x12 cab with a Greenback
#4
kk, thx, i'm gonna gonna just give it a go next time i'm there
i can see into the future but when i see you i will try to look surpirsed

Hell Rising: Mozza, lvl 5 Vampire/Human