#1
Any body have a PRS SE custom? Is it worth $600.for the guitar? and what kind of genres would you use it for? grunge, funk and rock(in particular) and i have a epiphone les paul standard. Think i should just stick with that?
#3
I've played one, and it didn't feel like a toy to me.

I prefered it over the Epiphone Les Paul Standard - clearer pickups, easier high register access, the PRS trem etc. I'm probably going to buy an SE Custom.
#4
Doesn't seem bad the features on the washburn. I just have to play it. Were you talking about the prs that feels like a toy?
#5
so i was swimming when all of a sudden any body have a PRS SE custom?

You do realise that doesnt make sense...?
#8
Quote by blue_strat
I've played one, and it didn't feel like a toy to me.

I prefered it over the Epiphone Les Paul Standard - clearer pickups, easier high register access, the PRS trem etc. I'm probably going to buy an SE Custom.



]what genre are you gonna be using it for?
#9
I've played one. They are great guitars for the price. If you like it, I'd say go for it.
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#10
Quote by giver1124
]what genre are you gonna be using it for?

Blues, rock, metal, jazz ...

PRSs are generally good for most genres.
#15
Quote by blue_strat
I've played one, and it didn't feel like a toy to me.

I prefered it over the Epiphone Les Paul Standard - clearer pickups, easier high register access, the PRS trem etc. I'm probably going to buy an SE Custom.


I agree. I'm probably gonna buy it soon too.
Last edited by penguinsarecool at May 6, 2008,