#1
I haven't played any PRS guitars (i've played a few SE) but really, what makes them so popular? I'll probably be trying one sooner or later, but can someone explain to me what makes PRS guitars so special?

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/PRS-Custom-24-Electric-Guitar?sku=519908

They sure do look pretty, though.
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#2
1) Theyre sex in guitar form
2) The craftsmanship is magnifient
3) Theyre sex in guitar form.
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#3
^^ what they said, but more importantly

They are extremely well crafted and play like well...sex in guitar form. You can literally play anything from country (eggh) to death metal on a PRS with the right pups and decent amp...get a facking PRS
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#5
Amazing guitars, I'd have one if I was rich (PRS 7's are over $10k), but I've had the chance to play a $5000 6er, and I loved it, the guy that owns it plays rock on it, and country stuff, but sweeps on that thing were a dream, just smooth like silk. Great guitars if you're rich.
#6
my friend has a custom 22, its awesome to play infact its got the same finish as in the first picture that comes up on that link you posted... i have an SE Standard the main difference you will find is that the fingerboard is alot smoother and nicer [hence bowen saying sweeps etc were so smooth]

Also the custom ranges have a carved maple top, unlike the bog standards which are just flat, however there is no such thing as a bad PRS IMO, ive played tremontis and singlecuts from the lowends and they all feel like mid+ guitar definately recommended.
#7
That's good to hear--

I'm planning on saving up for a custom 22 or 24 then, and I really am surprised at how cheap the gray/black is compared to the other colors. That color looks fantastic (and is probably the color i'm going to get.)

Quick question--what's the biggest difference between the 22 and 24 guitars?...besides that one has 24 frets and the other has 22.
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