No PRSi's in this... sorry... I didn't want to string my Darth Paul with thicker drop B strings, so I ised my beater instead... but thought that the pedal may be for you to consider in your arsenal! This is a comparison between the Digitech Drop transposed guitar sound to drop B versus a real drop B guitar and a real baritone Ibanez RGIB6 guitar. How would the Digitech Drop fair? You may jump back and forth to the following for your perusal: 0:21 Original track in standard tuning (drop D is my standard) on a Yamaha eg112c2 guitar 1:47 Digitech Drop engaged to transpose tune to drop B on same Yamaha eg112c2 guitar 3:17 Tuned to drop B with thicker strings on same Yamaha eg112c2 guitar 4:47 Real baritone Ibanez RGIB6 guitar Description from the DigiTech website: The DigiTech® Drop is a dedicated polyphonic drop tune pedal that allows you to drop your tuning from one semitone all the way down to a full octave. Get down-tuned chunk without having to change guitars! The Drop also features a momentary/latching switch. With the switch set to momentary, you can turn the Drop into a true performance pedal. Fast trills and roller-coaster pitch dips are at the tip of your toes. Effects: Headrush Gigboard Guitars used: Yamaha eg112c2, nickname - "Gemini" Modified with a GM Railbucker bridge and a Fleor single coil sized rail humbucker neck with no tone circuit. Ibanez RGIB6 Modified with Seymour Duncan TB-6 Duncan Distortion Trembucker Pickup bridge Seymour Duncan SH-10n Full Shred Neck Humbucker No tone circuit Dragon's Heart Guitar Picks "Pure"