#2
Quote by EndTheRapture51
Does anyone here use PRS guitars?

My mate has one and its amazing, whats your opinions on it?



i dont actually own a prs, but iv played tons... they make me ejaculate... prematurely!
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#3
PRS's are awsome. Sound so good through any amp!
I'm only Welsh, give me a break!!

Gear:

Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Airline 2P DLX
PRS Tremonti SE
Fender Strat
Yamaha FG 450SA

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Roland Cube 60
Dunlop SW95 Crybaby
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#5
Meh, I'm not too keen on them. I mean, I can't play with the neck that they have, and I'm not too keen on the looks of them either.

I guess they're like marmite, you either love 'em, or hate 'em.
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#6
Quote by Lil Macker
Meh, I'm not too keen on them. I mean, I can't play with the neck that they have, and I'm not too keen on the looks of them either.

I guess they're like marmite, you either love 'em, or hate 'em.



i dont like their looks but i love the feel and sound
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#7
Great feeling guitars, and the sound is amazing. If you have the cash, they are fantastic.
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Boss NS-2
#8
What can I say? Mine gets the most play of any of my guitars, followed closely by my Parker.
PRS SC245
Various Strats
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#9
I love my PRS like a child however if I had the money for a full retail CU22 with 10 top id definatly be getting a custom made. I was lucky with mine and got it sent from Canada to UK when the pound was very strong and it only ended up costing me £650 insted of £1300.

They are just way overpriced in good old blighty to buy new.
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#10
best guitars in the world FULL STOP
Equipment


Jackson Dinky DKMGT
Randall RG50TC
#11
Quote by lukeuh36azabc
best guitars in the world FULL STOP


I really dont think id go that far mate but the top end ones are in the top 10
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Mercer Blackmachine Replica

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Diezel Einstein Combo
TC GMajor

Gain Wh0re and Diezel Mafioso
#12
MEH. Incredibly overrated rubbish guitars. They one's I've played have sounded like utter shit. That may be due to poor handling in the music store, but I was not impressed at all.
#13
Quote by lukeuh36azabc
best guitars in the world FULL STOP

really really not .--. anyway very good instruments
#14
Well, I also think they are the best guitars I've ever played (which are quite a lot, included many luthier made ones).

The weight, the shape, the size, the neck, the pickups, the looks... everything is perfect for me. It's a shame they are so expensive, but IMO they're worth it.
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#15
I used to carry them. . . . I had an 87 Custom 24 and a 2003 Custom 24. . . obviously both used. . . . I got to play a Dragon II before, but either way, anything made prior to like April August of 1994 are the best. . . . the ones made later than that are good guitars, but not great guitars.
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#16
nice guitars, but too dear here in the UK. not too fussed on the SEs, similar thing with the price, but the QC is dodgy, you can try a nice one, or a terrible one.
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#17
If I could pick any guitar I'd take a Custom 24. ^^

Although I can't afford one, so I'm stuck with getting a strat for now. A great guitar, but nowhere near as incredible as a Paul Reed Smith would be. I do have a copy of a Custom 22 though. Playing it makes me want to just go in, break the glass and steal one for the playability.
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