#1
for $499, which is better?
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#4
i would say the prs
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#5
IMO the Michael Kelly has much better specs.
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#7
I'd definitely vote for the Michael Kelly, even though I own a PRS SE myself (a Singlecut). The Standard has a basswood body, as opposed to the mahogany body of the Patriot Custom. Plus the coil-splits are sweet.
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link to the michael kelly?

I can't belive you didn't say prs outright, in accordance with your avatar
#11
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The Standard has a basswood body, as opposed to the mahogany body of the Patriot Custom.


wrong, the standard is all mahogany

i personally say PRS, solid guitar and nicely voiced pups, plus the kelly looks odd IMO
#12
The Michael Kelly is a far superior guitar.

Every PRS SE I've played has felt dead and almost toy-like.

I've been surprised and impressed time and time again with every MK guitar that I've played. They are very well made, very resonant, good electronics and pickups, and sexy looking to boot.

*and* it has better specs.

This should be a no brainer.
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#13
The Standard has been discontinued, FYI.
And @ FacingUsAll, I guess you haven't played the higher-end SE Models such as the Singlecut or Custom. Those are pretty nice guitars.
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#14
Threadstarter, if you want a doublecut body, you could always get an MK Valor instead.

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The Standard has a basswood body. Try google.
And @ FacingUsAll, I guess you haven't played the all-mahogany SE Models. Those are a great bang for the buck.


I have . Have you played an MK Patriot Custom?

If you say those are a great bang for the buck, I don't see how the MK wouldn't be an even better value. Compare those specs

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#15
my sister has the patriot glory, it's very nice solid guitar. i haven't played the prs though, so i couldn't judge between the two. the michael kelly is definitely a keeper though.
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