#3
I remember playing one a while ago, and from what I remember it was a nice playing guitar, and with a mahogany body and set neck how can you go wrong?
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#5
I should also mention I am going through a Peavey 6505+ and will probably buy a Fender or something for cleans if I need to.
#6
I've been very underwhelmed by many of the PRS SE series guitars. Mostly a problem with poor resonance and a generally feeling of "deadness."

I'd definitely recommend looking into Michael Kelly Valors. Better specs for the price, and I've always been impressed by MK build quality.
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I've been very underwhelmed by many of the PRS SE series guitars. Mostly a problem with poor resonance and a generally feeling of "deadness."

I'd definitely recommend looking into Michael Kelly Valors. Better specs for the price, and I've always been impressed by MK build quality.


I will defend even the low-end PRS models because I love them so much. Yeah, a few of them do feel as hallow as a crap-Dean guitar, but if you play before you pay and find the right one, I say go for it. I've never tried out an MK guitar, but hell, no harm in doing so. Go out and try a few others of the same price-range and see if any of them bring a bit more to you. I'll always vote for PRS though.
#9
+1 on the Michael Kelly- the PRS are decent but Kellys= bang for your buck.
#10
Dude, DO NOT get the stoptail version! I have a PRS SE Singlecut and let me tell you something about that stoptail: IT'LL SCREW YOU DURING INTONATION!!! PRS Stoptails (even the ones on the expensive models) don't have separate saddles or whatever to intonate each string separately. It's giving me a headache since today and I'd probably have to invest on a TonePros PRS Stoptail replacement bridge.
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