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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by slinky005, Sep 29, 2012.
I'm biased, but I'd put my SE EG HSS against any MIM strat out there for play-ability and tone.
I played an MIM Strat for years, went through a cheap guitar phase, and, after coming into a bit of money, bought a Sadowsky archtop and an ES 335. But I wanted a basic LP-style guitar. I jumped on a Black Friday special and bought a SE 245 on the strength of the reviews and the basic specs. I couldn't be happier. Solid, well-built guitar that plays and sounds great. No issues at all and much better quality than similarly priced Epis.
Having bought my Bernie from the local shop, I would now say that PRS SE is one brand I would be happy to buy sight unseen, its that good in terms of timber, fit, action etc.
I've upgraded the electrics, but I do that in all my guitars that I gig (Gibsons, US PRS included). For the money? Its the best £580 worth of value I've ever had from a new guitar.