#1
I listen to a lot of Opeth, and I was thinking of getting a guitar that could handle beautiful clean tones as well as Death Metal riffs and solo's. I've read some reviews, but I would like to here from anyone who's had personal experience with the instrument. How does it sound? Is it good for both lead and rhythm? Are the stock tuners and pick-ups at least decent? Just any advice on this instrument would be great, because I love the looks of the things. Sure, their not the more expensive PRS guitars, but they are still nice looking guitars.
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#2
I hate to be predictable but here it goes anyway:

90% of their tone will come from the Laney amps they use, not the PRS guitars. However, everyone I know of who's played a PRS says they're excellent instruments; the only one I've heard of that gets bad comments is the Santana model and that was only once.
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#3
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I hate to be predictable but here it goes anyway:

90% of their tone will come from the Laney amps they use, not the PRS guitars. However, everyone I know of who's played a PRS says they're excellent instruments; the only one I've heard of that gets bad comments is the Santana model and that was only once.



Well, I have my own tone. I'm not exactly going for their tone as much as I'm going for a guitar that can stick with high gain and easily switch to beautiful clean tones. So far, I'm impressed by the PRS models, mainly because of their looks.
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#4
PRS do have an amazing clean tone, very good looking, I say go and try one out!
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