My significant other is an emerging film composer (I promise you've heard plenty of her work). Her primary instrument is piano, but she would like to pickup a workhorse guitar for the studio as her guitar skills are growing and its useful to have something that other people can pick up and jam on. Right now she's really having a hard time deciding between the PRS Semi-Hollow Custom Special 22 and the 35th anniversary custom 24. What she needs is a quality guitar (ergo PRS) that is flexible. Since she'll only have one guitar for a while, she is a bit nervous about deviating into a semi-hollow, though she knows there are advantages to doing so. This will not be a gig guitar and will be solely relegated to the studio. She is an expert at processing sounds in post, but obviously having variety in the original source is helpful. So - the debate is between the wide range of tones on the special (5 way switch) vs having something with lots of variety that's more 'standard' in the 35th anniversary, but has the additional two frets. Right now she's leaning towards the 35th, but I thought I would solicit some opinions on her behalf before making a decision. Thanks!