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All of you have been great company but I’m a fish out of water here.
I have not asked to be removed from the forum as yet. I may do later....
Hi & welcome.
Glad you found something you like.
I know a recent convert to PRS. He just bought a used CE24 reclaimed wood. Very happy guy.
I recall hearing that Paul choose the fret material (not the hardest nickel, but close to) for its sound. This makes some sense. However as Austin...
Lucky bluff happenstance
I'm busy selling guitars at the moment. Nothing on the horizon...
PRS have their own sound(s). I like the sound. If you keep referencing back to Gibsons & Fenders, you aren't embracing the sound you have.
1/ The main thing for me is the string spread = insufficient reveal, so those e strings keep getting pushed over the edge.
2/ The switch is too...
I'd try out a PRS Tele with optimism, even though I don't like the Silver Sky.
There are many improvements to make on a Tele. Fender (and others)...
Very tidy. Congrats!
ok I'll bite too...
I'm in the uk. We didn't get many either.
Glad you found your sound. makes a world of difference :)
Glad you got it sorted. These things can be a worry.
I had a birds PRS style strap, but pretty sure it was not made by PRS. I don't recall what happened to it. These are some of my others
Ric 650 Colorado
Yes I have one, but I'll employ tact and not annoy the faithful with a picture here.
This is St Marys, the church my girlfriend attends. I have photographed it over the years. Its odd because it sits within the walls of a medieval...
Found this photo I took in December 2012. It was still in RAW (never processed). The dark version is original, and the lighter one post-exposed....
All guitars sound different.
All guitarists sound like themselves.
Try to put those two ideas together and guitarists will get confused....
pick refurb (stone is hard to work)