My greatest frustration with reviews is the lack of information on the playability of the instrument. The feel, comfort, etc. Best case scenario you get to try before you buy, but there is nothing in stock in my local stores and I'm having to buy online. Weight is a huge issue for me. Not...
So I told myself I was done after I bought my Core 594 Singlecut. Then, I said I was *really* done after I bought the Core Hollowbody Piezo. Then...I started reading up on the S2 Thinline, and was intrigued by the thinner neck carve, and thinner/lighter body. Came across this custom-colored...
Stoked to have gotten this one off 594 thinline in surf green until while I was taking these pics I dropped my silicone encased phone on the guitar while trying to...
The S2 McCarty 594 Thinline is a stroke of genius! I hope PRS sells a ton of them!
I was thinking about getting a used custom shop SG when I found the Thinline as an alternative. At 1/2 the price for a gorgeous, great-sounding, well-made, well-balanced, well-set up guitar, it's a no-brainer...
I am a few NGDs behind, but this very recent addition is such a great guitar. Also have the S2 594 DC, with maple top, which is a fantastic guitar (love it), but like the all mahogany thinline even better. While the two guitars sound similar, both play extremely well, the thinline has a bit...
Hey all, just wondering if anyone owns the new s2 thinline in antique white and can supply some photos of what the true colour is? Where I live there are none to look at, and online the colours vary a lot. Here are some examples:
Any help would be appreciated!
Hallo to everybody.
I would like to buy my first PRS and I'm studying the new s2 McCarty 594.
Could help me to understand the differences of the 3 model, particularly between "thinline" and the other two models?
There are big sound, sustain, volume differences?
Not so much a shootout but a demo of all 3 with same exact amp & recording setup.
To my ears, the more body wood, the less it cuts - less treble. The more wood, more meaty. The thinline really separates in sound from the other two.