#1
So I've been researching what I would want in a second guitar. I've been playing for a year and a half, but my Ibanez GAX can drive me crazy at times (never really stays in tune, input jack falls out). I'm looking to spend 300-500 on a good guitar. I love soapbars, so it's come down to choosing between the following...

Hagstrom F-200P
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Hagstrom-F200P-Electric-Guitar?sku=513349

PRS Soapbar II SE

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/PRS-Guitars-SE-Soapbar-Electric-Guitar?sku=519372

Now here's the rub: I have long fingers, and Hagstroms generally have thin necks, but I also would like a tremolo bridge, which the Hagstrom has, but the PRS doesn't. Also, I can't seem to find a local guitar shop that has Hagstroms in store, although they do have the PRS I'm looking for. So the question is, what would you suggest I do?
#2
Personally, I would go with the PRS because you can try before you buy. Plus, even though its an SE, its still a PRS, which speaks for itself.
As a side note, I think that hagstrom is one ugly S.O.B., but thats just me.
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#3
I've played the PRS, It sounded awesome!

But, I didn't like the way the neck felt, too fat for me, but I'm 15, so it'll probably be good for you!

And, Don't PRS's come with a wammy option?
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#4
I'd personally go with the PRS because, it'll feel smaller and lighter compared to your Ibanez (which probably has a really long neck due to the fact that it has 24 frets right?) and the Ibanez's are... just.. heavy... so. Ya.

I made the switch from an Ibanez to a PRS myself, and, though you might not like the sound of the PRSs... it still holds its own, in my opinion
#6
To respond to CORT, I'm 16, so not that much older...I just have really long fingers. I mean, people call me "Jazz Hands" sometimes.

Anyways, it sounds like it's unanimously the PRS. I realized being able to try the guitar helps a lot. And I was going to get the white Hagstrom, not the ugly, sparkly amalgam. Thanks for the help, guys!