Unreleased PRS Strat-type John Mayer

Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Vintage Yellow, Apr 10, 2017.

  1. mojo1fan

    mojo1fan New Member

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    I took a GFS Neovin Vintage Tele pickup and one of their adaptor rings and installed it a Singlecut SE. It's not a Tele but it's serviceable. The pickup is fairly weak. I'm probably going to try something else when I get the chance. Maybe a Seymour Duncan Vintage Hot Stack.
     
  2. justmund

    justmund Plank Spanker

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    Fishman have done that with their Fluence pickups :)
     
  3. Hollowbuddy

    Hollowbuddy New Member

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    so if Fishman have already done it ... I'm sure that PRS can even do better :rolleyes:
    ( I was blow away listening to the first demo of the 408 ! And what about the Supreme Eagle electronic !!! )
     
  4. JonW

    JonW Super green

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    Did this come up here already? The Prototype sounds pretty good, if you ask me... ;)

     
  5. Andres GTR357

    Andres GTR357 New Member

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    Cannot keep quiet, I'm very passionate about PRS (Sell them for a Living), this is a match made in heaven, as I'm a big fan of JM for a long time. The guitar sounds Killer, JM likes to bend strings behind the nut, so that could be one reason for the asymmetrical head stock, looks like a carbon fiber rod (which Paul has in some of his guitars) and the bridge is PRS with tweaks. Paul has made some seriously good pickups in the last few years (58/15LT are Killer), so this would be another.
    In my humble opinion this is part of PRS been in their Golden Era, and brings one more fine instrument to the table.
     
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  6. KARinger

    KARinger New Member

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    Hello all,
    I joined the forum for this... I have been saving for the ultimate S type guitar. I love the look and feel of every PRS I pickup. I have officially put my purchase on hold until this guitar comes out. Please don't take too long Mr. Smith... I am currently W.G. (Without Guitar).
     
  7. dmatthews

    dmatthews Dave's not here...

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    Here's to hoping you get what you want!
     
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  8. bodia

    bodia Authorities said.....best leave it.....unsolved

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    Ditto!
     
  9. KARinger

    KARinger New Member

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    Thanks! I'm hoping I don't have to wait until the next NAMM show.
     
  10. tonytester

    tonytester PIC YOUR STRINGS WISELY

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    sure looks familiar. check you history. what goes around comes around
     
  11. John Beef

    John Beef Opaque

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    Your patience is absolutely admirable, but you should at least be keeping up your chops on an older used SE or something.
     
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  12. KARinger

    KARinger New Member

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    Yeah, I saw an SE 245 that was very Very nice the other day. I do like your thinking.
     
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  13. KARinger

    KARinger New Member

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    I thought NAMM would bring us news about this. :(
     
  14. dogrocketp

    dogrocketp I drank the PRS kool aid, and it was tasty!

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    Buy an SE EG to tide you over. Other than the volume knob being too close to the bridge, it`s great. A Maryand version will be much better.
     
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  15. BeerBatteredPhish

    BeerBatteredPhish New Member

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    Nah, that stage isn't big enough for PRS, they'll hold off till the Anaheim NAMM show in 2018. Besides, let Mayer play it all Fall on his solo tour, get the marketing pot boiling and THEN release it. Summer is probably a slow sales time in the industry anyhow.
     
  16. RevBillyG

    RevBillyG New Member

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    Just for you Mayer fans


     
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  17. Atomic

    Atomic Who Dat

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    I had 2 SE EGs. I wish I would have kept one.
     
  18. BeerBatteredPhish

    BeerBatteredPhish New Member

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    Rumor on the gearpage that this guitar isn't seeing the "green light" for production ?
    Anyone else heard ? John seems to be favoring a fiesta red vintage strat on this fall solo tour.
     
  19. rmg471

    rmg471 New Member

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    I'm hearing the same thing, but also from the Gear Page. I have put off buying an S type since this guitar made its first appearance. I wish we knew if it were going to be produced or not. I've been saving my shekels for a nice version of this guitar.
     
  20. WEDGE

    WEDGE Almost was a FG22 owner..

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    Going to see him Sunday in Hartford, hope he plays this one.
     

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