#1
How good are these guitars? They are fairly cheap and look amazing, what styles can i play on them, how do they compare to a gibby les paul?

As you can tell ive never tryed one as im not at the GC very often so any help would be nice

thanks:P
#2
They're lovely guitars, the tuners are surprisingly good, as is the trem. I wasn't a huge fan of the pickups, they seemed a bit tame. They can handle blues to heavy rock, I don't really know how well they do metal though.
#3
i have a SE singlecut... its amazing... i tried the custom and loved the trem!! ultra smooth, id have that over a floyd any day.. but im no metalhead
#5
the this guitar suits you perfectly... i took the singlecut because i barely use tremolos...
#6
I have been very underwhelmed by the PRS SE series other than the singlecuts8

They are overpriced and feel cheaply made; almost toy-like.

I would suggest taking a look at a Michael Kelly Valor instead.
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#7
i was going to get one of those valor series... but its really the same thing just with locking tuners... which i dont need with a stoptail bridge...

but the main thing that drew me away was the fact that i found them unconfortable to play... just not my cup of tea...

to TS: just try both.. PRS's and MKelly's
#8
Quote by just17n8
i was going to get one of those valor series... but its really the same thing just with locking tuners... which i dont need with a stoptail bridge...


It's the same guitar except with a carved top instead of a flattop, better pickups, mounted pickups, coil splits, and a better bridge (for a cheaper price).

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Quote by utsapp89
^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.