Zombie 27 - DFZ
- Apr 26, 2012
While I have a few "other" guitars, I play my PRS guitars about 99 percent of the time.......
Got this idea from another thread, How many of you are like me. So used to playing PRS that other guitars like bolt-on strat's & tele's, weigh a ton LP's & other Gretsch-ish type axes feel so foreign that I'll pick one up but will put it down within 5-10 mins because it's just not that enjoyable. I guess I can admit to some snobbery, I don't even like SE's & S2's, but I've never met a USA core model that I didn't like.
Some guys can pick up anything and kick-azz, shred on a pink Daisyrock and still make it sound good, I'm not one of them. Wrong axe, wrong amp, and I sound like doo doo. People still say I sound good, but to my ears, if I'm out of my element I'm a little shaky and don't really connect with the guitar or the music.
What kinda cat are you?
I recently had my HB refretted, if it's as nice as you say, get it done, you won't regret it. The only weird thing is that it will play like a brand new axe but you don't have a new guitar to look at.
I've got guitars from many different makers, and they all have something to offer...
I'm surprised you don't like SE's ...................only guitar I have which is better, is my USA Mc Carty; that is unbelievably good!
Can't say that I'm exclusive, but in terms of actual playing time, the rest account for a small fraction.
Well, my drums and my mandolin aren't made by PRS. hahaha
I own more PRS core line guitars than anything else but it will be a hard sell for PRS to get me to switch brands of bass guitar, and I don't know of any PRS offerings which can compete with either the Gibson 335 or the Heritage H-535 semi-hollows.
But regardless of which guitars are better or worse, sometimes I just want to play a vintage design guitar just because they are really nifty. A vintage design like one of these...
Now why did you do that? You now have me looking at Heritage H-535's.... this could have been a very expensive post to have read!!!