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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by HANGAR18, Oct 26, 2014.
[email protected]' photobucket... I need to gather 'em up and take a new shot.
59/09 in that McCarty?
Need a new group shot with the P22...
Testing if I can post pics now with a partial family pic....
Did it work?
Oh yeah - that definitely works for me!
Picture came through, too.
Artsy! Great collection, especially the 594 DC, Super Eagle and HB in the middle.
Lots of changes in my studio/jam room/gear collection of late. Added my violet CU24 piezo, sold lots of old FX, guitars, etc.
Here are the PRS siblings:
Here they are with the extended family (photo replaced to show newly added sound foam):
Here's a shot of the whole room including drum and bass world (this room doubles as the home theater, the sofa faces my big screen):
Lastly, here is my control room looking out:
I need to order some 1' studio foam squares to mount around the hanging guitars, I had to take several old large panels down that were deteriorating, but that made room to hang guitars!
That is a very nice room set up you have there! My HT room doubles as a music room too, but it is so crammed full of both I think I need to re-organize. And there are no guitars hanging on my HT/Music room walls - they are in the hallway outside.
McCarty 2016(NOS) 58/15s...DGT 2011(NOS)...Santana 2012(used-dead mint)...Ted SC245 2010 57/08s(used;9.5)
Hey guys, I have just joined the family with a modest SE. Correct me if I am wrong but it looks like a few people around here have large collections of PRSs. Is it something like, once you got one, you needed more and other guitar brands faded in the background? I have only been around the forum for a couple of days but I have this feeling that there is something special going on with PRS. I am not making a good job putting into words but hopefully someone will be able to chime in to tell me more about what looks like the 'PRS dream'.
Don't get me wrong, I am loving my Custom 24 but I can't help but think that I am under the spell of the new piece of gear.
Dr. Watson, I see a pattern here .....
Welcome and all I can say is, goodbye to other guitars. PRS will take over your collection. I used to be a huge Fender guy, until I bought an SE, then another, then a Core, an S2... there's no end in sight. It's not a bad thing, just accept it.
Yep, 2 Fenders, 3 Gibsons, 3 Ibanez, A Parker and an Epiphone have bit the dust from my collection since I got my first PRS. They are addictive.
I spent about 25 years playing Gibsons. When I got my first PRS, I realized that this could help me make the sounds I had been chasing in my head. They also played in tune, which I had given up on ever finding. To put the cherry on the Sundae, even the SE`s look better to me than the expensive guitars other companies make. You will see, when you recover from the new piece of kit infatuation.
Like the others that have chimed in, I will pile on:
Yes, PRS guitars are very addictive, because you realize they offer up so many tonal and visual variation, and are so nice to play.
I still have all my non-PRS guitars, but I very rarely play them - I have to make an effort to say to myself something like "let's pick up the telecaster and see what I can do". And then I put it down after a while, pick up a PRS like the Vela, and say to myself "yep, the PRS is just better somehow".
I can definitely relate to that so far...
I am starting to experience this, with some surprise. Will you sell your non-PRS guitars or keep them 'just in case'?