Age?

What is your age?

  • Under 30

    Votes: 5 4.8%
  • 30-39

    Votes: 11 10.6%
  • 40-49

    Votes: 34 32.7%
  • 50-59

    Votes: 34 32.7%
  • 60-69

    Votes: 17 16.3%
  • 70+

    Votes: 3 2.9%

  • Total voters
    104

Mole351

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Dec 5, 2016
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I've often wondered what the demographic is (age-wise) of the majority of PRS guitar players and those on this board. After seeing the 50-year old club I thought I'd create a poll.

I got my first PRS (SE) n my late 30s after looong hiatus from playing, and my first core when I turn 40 last year. Before that had always dug PRS but never even considered buying one as I couldn't fathom spending that much money on a guitar. Not sure if it's a midlife crisis or just in a better spot financially, or both…but no regrets here. Pretty sure I fit the stereotype – LOL.
 

bodia

Authorities said.....best leave it.....unsolved
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Jan 21, 2015
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Turned 50 this year. I got my first PRS 20 years ago when I coul only afford one guitar at a time. More discretionary income today, thankfully.
 

Huggy B

Space is the place
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Mar 10, 2015
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Nice idea, good to know this info, ............but....................I don't think you should have an option to change your answer.
What's the purpose of that? So people can make themselves younger?o_O

I went back and changed mine, took a decade or so off it............................don't feel any younger though.:oops:
 

JoeDirt

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Joined
Jul 16, 2016
Messages
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I am 51 and will be 52 in May. Only recently acquired my first PRS and although it's just a SE Standard I'm loving it. I'm amazed by the quality of this guitar that only cost me $400 initially. Hoping I'll be able to buy a 2nd in the near future, this one probably a non trem.

I like the idea here. What would be cool is a graph where we could chart the age on one side and the level of good to shitty on the other and just see what the line looks like!
 

markd21

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Jul 4, 2015
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St. Petersburg
I turned 44 last week. Already suffering from what my dad calls CRS......

The band rehearses on Wednesday night. It's always a lot of fun. I grabbed a case out of the closet - figured I'd play a guitar I haven't used for a while. I was all excited - I had grabbed the blue SC250...I dig that one a lot. Driving to our studio, I was rocking out to a playlist of Avantasia tunes (Broadway meets hard rock/metal) thinking/smiling about how fun it would be to rip on the 250....

I get to the studio, grab my guitar, go in...I open the case, all ready to jam....then I see THIS:



NO STRINGS!!!!!! AAAAACCCCKKKKKKKK!!!! All my excitement SHATTERED!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA - we all had a good laugh about it, and even though the wifey was ready to bring me another, we decided to have a "meeting" and talk about the upcoming year and some goals....

But, still.....in 30+ years of playing I have NEVER grabbed a guitar with no strings. So embarrassing!!
 

DCDetector

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Aug 12, 2016
Messages
36
I'm 61. Started playing when I was just a youngin.

My first guitar.

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