NGD - PRS SC245

Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Andy80, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. WA Paul

    WA Paul It’s ok...I’m with Manny dog

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    I prefer 59/09s with RW necks ;)
     
  2. Andy80

    Andy80 New Member

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    Yep, I'm thinking this is a great idea!
     
  3. veinbuster

    veinbuster Freeze zone

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    Excellent.
    Sc245 is a wonderful guitar.
     
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  4. SupremeDalek

    SupremeDalek New Member

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    I love the 58/15's in these things. What do you find displeasing about the stock pickups?
     
  5. pauloqs

    pauloqs PRS McCarty

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    How’s the ergonomics on PRS SCs? Will they be as comfortable to play sitting down as say a double cut McCarty?
     
  6. SupremeDalek

    SupremeDalek New Member

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    In comparison I don't know. I find the SC to be comfortable standing or sitting. YMMV
     
  7. elvis

    elvis Hamfisted String Banger

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    I use a strap set a bit high, and I wear the strap both sitting and standing, so I find the guitars perfectly comfortable in either case.
     
  8. pauloqs

    pauloqs PRS McCarty

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    That's good to hear. I was thinking of getting a more of workhorse guitar to complement what I currently have. I wanted something light so I was considering a Mira or a S2 SC semi-hollow. I know they're different beast, but as long as I get something to complement what I already have as opposed to more of the same, I'd be happy. I don't have o problem playing my more expensive guitars in gigs and practice sessions, but sometimes I'm in the mood to play something more simple with a bit minimalist and understated vibe. Something that I feel like beating the hell out of. Right now my SG has a bit of that, but I still baby it a little bit because of the headstock. Also it's important to me that it be light. Not getting younger and all. That's why I'm considering the semi-hollow. Also I don't own a semi-hollow at the moment. It's nice to hear that PRS SCs are as comfortable as their double cuts to play both sitting or standing.

    Sorry to have highjacked the thread a little bit. OP's guitar is absolutely gorgeous. I also like the bird outline inlays. I wish we would see more of those in current production. I also find the shorter scale length appealing.
     

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