PRS ONLY? What else do you play?

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  1. toothace

    toothace We've got, you know, armadillos in our trousers.

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    mid '60s Teisco del Rey. There are 18 sound options with the various switches and knobs
     
  2. TechJunky

    TechJunky New Member

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    My PRS is still pretty new, but I also have a Les Paul Studio Deluxe which I have picked up once or twice (though I'm trying to sell it to either grab another PRS. or a nice Strat for a completely different tone). I'm more of a bassist though, and have a Warwick Streamer Stage II and Warwick P-Nut II. So the PRS and Warwicks are my dream instruments, leaving the last spot open to tinkering!
     
  3. NomadMike

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    A 1973 Custom-made Gretsch Duo-Jet; a 1980 Fire Red Ibanez Blazer Custom Made Series (though it's not custom anything) with , Super Tap 6 PUP, my favorite single coils; a late 70's MIJ Norlin era Les Paul set neck copy, which I've been tinkering with since I got it in the late 70's (PUPs, tuners, bridge, wiring have all been changed more than once). I bought the MIJ LP as a toss away guitar between real Les Pauls and somehow it became my number one for several decades.
     
  4. Raymond

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    Taylor GS Mini Mahogany and Taylor T5 Standard
     
  5. Bluesboy998

    Bluesboy998 New Member

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    We'll 4 stratocaster 2telecasters Gretsch 6120 59 reissue Flying V and a firebird 5. But my prs's rule the roost.
     
  6. megaboogie

    megaboogie 408 Birds in the Sky

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    My Les Pauls, and an Anderson strat.
    I recently acquired a 7 string ESP horizon with a FR, and I've been having fun with this gutar lately.

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  7. Desperado

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    Mostly Fender guitars, plus an Epi Sheraton from time to time
     
  8. Tag

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    I have a Tele, a Gibson 359, and Gibson Johnny Smith. Eventually I will have a Strat agian. PRS semi hollows, Gibson Hollowbodies, Strats and teles. The 4 main food groups for me. :D
     
  9. Trea

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    Let see. I have a couple of Les Pauls, an SG, Strat, Tele, an Epiphone ES 355, Taylor Solidbody standard, plus an old J-30 and a Martin.
     
  10. AP515

    AP515 Mostly Normal

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    Mostly PRS. A couple of Strats an old Martin, and a cheap bass. Oh, and a banjo.
     
  11. jbird

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    Electric...Only PRS!
    Acoustic...Taylor!
     
  12. sergiodeblanc

    sergiodeblanc Get in, loser, we’re going shopping.

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    I have an old Xbox I fire up every once in a while.....
     
  13. JMintzer

    JMintzer Bobble Head Moderator
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    A Thorn Artisan semi-hollow P90, a Thorn R/S, 2 Lesters (a'58 RI flame top, and a the first '56 Goldtop aged by Murphy), a Cunetto Nocaster, a Danocaster "Keef" model, a Fender '63 Tele Relic, a Fender RW Tele, a Fender '60s Tele w/a Bigsby, 4 Cunetto Strats (of various era/flavors), and a gaggle of Gretschi…

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  14. JMintzer

    JMintzer Bobble Head Moderator
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    Acoustics? My besides my Tonare, I have a '76 Martin D-35, and a Tacoma EK-36C #44/200...
     
  15. yankeebulldog

    yankeebulldog I don't like to get that specific

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    I have a Rainsong acoustic, a Fender Hot Rod '62 RI, and a Chapman ML-2 that I use for drop tunings.
     
  16. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    '65 SG Special, but haven't played it in years, it lives at my brother's. I'm all PRS otherwise, electric and acoustic.

    My last serious non-PRS was a custom shop 335 maybe 5-6 years ago, but compared to the ergonomics of a PRS, it felt like going from a Ferrari to a moving van. So I sold it.
     
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  17. WEDGE

    WEDGE Almost was a FG22 owner..

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    Besides my PRS I play a '13 Les Paul Traditional, McNaught DJ+, Taylor 310 acoustic, cheap Peavey bass, and a small handful of pawnshop beaters.
     
  18. Egads

    Egads Happy

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    Hubba Hubba! That is stunning. I would wipe that baby with a diaper (to clean up drool).

    Wardog, my first "real" guitar was an original '62 or '63 Sorrento. Way high on mojo, the neck was far from straight--more of a gentle "S"! The finish had faded to almost no burst, and that fantastic green of the reissue. I can't wait to try one of the reissues.
     
  19. wardog

    wardog What the gravy and cheese!!!!

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    I loved the Crestwood and snapped it up last yr. modded with locking vintage tuners and 50's wiring. I walked into the local guitar store 2 weeks ago and they had a natural Sorrento sitting on the rack. Just came in and WOW. I normally don't like a wide body on a guitar, but it feels so good. And having gibson pickups in it from the factory with the crazy grey hardcase with royal blue interior is just icing on the cake. the Coolest part of the Sorrento is it's 1092 of 1962. And the last four digits of my cell phone is 1092. Noticed that a week after getting her. Signs from above I guess.
     
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