All dogs go to heaven
- May 11, 2017
Think I got it now!
Hi, I'm Martin and new to this forums.
I've been playing for 24 years now and Ive had several guitars from Parker to Jackson you name it.
You have to grow up sometime and in several aspects of my life, I found joy in a more simplistic approach to gear. In other words, just keep what you need and really love.
To be honest I'm a single coil strat kind of guy, I have an american stratocaster with some upgrades and I absolutely love that guitar and its going to stay with me forever, but then again, the same
goes for my PRS CE 24 2016. It was only logical that since I love strats that much, a CE was going to be my first PRS. You know, bolt on, mapple neck, just feel at home with it and love it.
This one is only staying with me until the end.
When I was in the market for a humbucker guitar the CE was the logical option, like many of you I've been lusting for a PRS since I was a teen that could never afford one at the time.
I hate Les Pauls, the feel like a brick to me (please don`t hate me if you own one) so for me the CE fits like a glove.
Glad to be here
Hi, I'm Dan, I'm new to this forum, and I suffer G.A.S. when it comes to a multitude of instruments. Most recently, I got a 2014 PRS 24 Custom Artist Pack. It's my 12th guitar, and quite possibly the leader of the pack. I don't know much about it, so I'm here to learn more about PRS guitars in general. Later, when I can post photos, I'll share photos with it, and maybe people can tell me more about it.
Glad to be here, and looking forward to learning more about PRS guitars.