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I’m wasn’t aware of PRS performing weight-relieving surgery on any of their guitars. That seems counter to Paul’s philosophy.
The tuners sound like John Mann’s. I have a few sets I bought from him. If he’s not modifying ones you send him, then they won’t have the PRS...
That was my first thought too!
The SC has a 25” scale. The 594 does not. That’s the biggest difference to me (an S2 SC owner).
What a way to make an entrance!
Stick around. Who knows? Maybe someday you will wake up and say “Today is the day I’m going to buy a(nother?) PRS.” Stranger things have...
The big difference is that the SC has a 25” scale vs the 245’s short scale. The other difference is that it is thinner. To me, those are reasons...
It debuted as a 2020 model, but some were built & delivered at the end of 2019 (see page 3 of this thread)
Everyone should have a Tele, if just to have a common reference point. Its total lack of sophistication is its main attraction. And no one feels...
You’re not alone. I just see several instances of “[IMG]
Terrapin Twelfth Fret? It *sounds* nice.
90% - I missed the bass question too. (This should an indicator to PRS Marketing that we are not familiar enough with their SE bass lineup)
PRS is applying the term TCI to their Signature Series cables made by Van Damme, so apparently it’s a process that’s not just for pickups or the...
Ah... the SE Standard. That was the gateway drug that introduced me to the intoxicants produced by PRS. (I bought my first S2 less than a year...
Wear that thing with pride! Simply eye-caching.
No need for a screwdriver on my ‘16 SE Std22. They slid on the shafts without any complaints.
Those guys know how to press all the right buttons.
I’m waiting for the next new S2 model with a 25” scale.
Why? I’m a huge fan of the S2 line and I don’t get along too well with short scale guitars.
I care 100x more what I’m plugged into than the pickups in my guitar. I guess it is a personal thing.