Do I Need a Paul's Guitar If I...

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  1. watelessness

    watelessness Member

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    i swear i have no GAS. Zero. But do i need a Paul's guitar if i have a 408 STD and a Sig LTD stoptail? :D
     
  2. Boogie

    Boogie Zombie Two, DFZ

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    Did you really say that out loud? Here?
     
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  3. Tonart

    Tonart Tone of the Art......or is that backwards?

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    You do know need doesn’t stand a chance against want…
     
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  4. RJK Tech

    RJK Tech New Member

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    i’ll bite, yea you need it.
     
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  5. Tosca

    Tosca Zombie 10, DFZ

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    If you still have a pulse…the answer is YES!!!
     
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  6. markie

    markie Zombie 27 - DFZ

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    Of course you do
     
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  7. watelessness

    watelessness Member

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    but why, from a sonic perspective?
     
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  8. Going Modal

    Going Modal I should be practicing right now.

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    I've gotta say that my 408 is the only thing keeping me from needing a Paul's Guitar (or, at least that's what I keep telling myself). But if the Paul's Guitar is anything like some of my other "limited" stoptail McCarty guitars (for instance, the 53/10 Ltd., which is CRAZY resonant) then I'm sure it would find its own place & need. I have no doubt that they're phenomenal guitars.
     
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  9. WEDGE

    WEDGE Zombie five, DFZ

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    Sonic perspective…….pffft!

    Want is reason enough.
     
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  10. bodia

    bodia Authorities said.....best leave it.....unsolved

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    I’m gonna say no. But, you should grab an ME-V
     
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  11. aphantomvaper

    aphantomvaper New Member

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    Yes, a Green one!
     
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  12. Rider1260

    Rider1260 New Member

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    I had a Brushstroke 24 ( 24 fret Pauls Guitar with a trem ) It was a nice guitar BUT for me the full size 408 pickup sounds better in the bridge.
    I do need a guitar with a wrap bridge so a Pauls might be in my future.

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  13. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    I wouldn't do it.

    "Yes you would."

    "OK, I would. But I'd do it under protest."
     
  14. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    However, you have to keep in mind that the bridge pickup is in a different spot on a 24 fret guitar than it is on the 22 fret one that you had. That might have a lot to do with your preference.
     
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  15. Bowtiefanatc

    Bowtiefanatc Confirmed Bird Snob

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    I would totally get an MEV over a PG
     
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  16. bodia

    bodia Authorities said.....best leave it.....unsolved

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    I sold my PG (Exp Ltd) after I got the ME-V
     
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  17. bodia

    bodia Authorities said.....best leave it.....unsolved

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    And, you should also grab a Santana, of course! :p
     
  18. GuitarJammin

    GuitarJammin New Member

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    Everyone is wrong...what you actually need to go along with that 408 and Sig are a Paul's guitar, a Santana, AND a CU24floyd.....oh and 594....maybe the new Fiore.... Sweet Switch CU24...... .... and that White PRS explorer.

    Yea...that should cover it.
     
  19. Moondog Wily

    Moondog Wily Howlin' At The Moon!

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    If you are looking for logic on this decision, I offer this. It would appear from your signature that you are the proud owner of 16 PRSi! Although sweet 16 may seem like a great number, 16 is NOT a prime number. Therefore you are not living a prime life. If you want to reach the zenith of your existence, you must have a prime number of PRS guitars! It does not matter which model (all PRS tones are aligned with the prime directive), just get another!! And then, once you have 17, your next purchase will need to be of two guitars to maintain a prime existence!

    Hope that helps!!!

    Happy primin'!
    MW
     
  20. Dusty Chalk

    Dusty Chalk alberngruppenführer

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    Yes.
    (says "Yes" melifluously)
     
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