#2
well there are hundreds of different companies that make guitars that look like that sooo.....
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#3
It honestly looks like a schecter to me.
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#5
shadowfex, an australian band they are not really big
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#6
it is 100% a PRS. Nice and easy to tell by the semi-distinctive body shape(ie. The way the top horn is shaped) and the Pickup coverings (Look like Gibson)
#8
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but no PRS has 4 knobs

I'll just see about that...

eeehhh, nevermind, the bottom horn isn't sculpted enough to be a PRS. damn it...


EDIT: But a ****load of PRS's have 4 knobs, so bite me
Last edited by TurdFerguson at Nov 2, 2007,
#9
Quote by TurdFerguson
it is 100% a PRS. Nice and easy to tell by the semi-distinctive body shape(ie. The way the top horn is shaped) and the Pickup coverings (Look like Gibson)


LOL
so not a PRS.

you can't really tell.
you can throw your guesses Shecter, Cort, ESP... etc.
point is, its a nobody guitar.
#10
It looks to be a Cole Clark Mistress...go to the Cole Clark website and compare the pics.



In other news...the PRS Singlecut can either have a master volume and tone or dual volume and tone controls for both pickups...