I would go DC, as that was the "original" ME.
BTW, of all the PRSi I have cycled through since the mid-late 90s, my charcoal ME1 is the one that I am sad I let go. I don't even remember what I was thinking. Maybe it was the RP pickups (which is odd as I changed pickups in almost all of my...
I had a beat to s McCarty from that era that I eventually put DGT pickups in. For some insane reason I sold the guitar (I don't even remember why...probably chasing the next new thing :rolleyes:
That was one of the two* PRSi I wish I had back. It was really when I think about it, the perfect...
Great video Utkarsh!
PRS has come a long way since the original SC. (I own an OG SC, which is a blaster, but does not sound like a Les Paul.) The 594 is there. Add in the fact that the PRS has world class design, ergonomics and parts, the 594 is a winner:)
I didn't think the PRS vintage tuners could be replaced?
The headstock is thinner and won't take locking tuners?
Or is that Klusons will fit?--Tosca- you mention the Kluson's "are ok"....does that mean you are not happy with the fit, look or performance?
Thanks for the replies!
Outside of PS?
I think i recall seeing some dealer spec PS or runs a while back, and was hoping if the collective memory of the Forum might recall.
Short scale, preferably 24.5
Mahogany & Maple
Here's the tough combo:
Santana head stock
Throw in a pattern or...
Like a lot of you, I've been going to concerts, big and small, since the mid-70s so I've seen all the rock there was to see pretty much. Am proud to say I saw Miles Davis and Frank Sinatra. I had tickets to see Elvis in September of the year he died.
But the craziest/scariest most out of...