What percentage of your guitars are PRS?

What % of your guitars are PRS?

  • 100%

    Votes: 31 12.0%
  • More than 50%

    Votes: 75 29.1%
  • 50%

    Votes: 31 12.0%
  • Less than 50%

    Votes: 118 45.7%
  • I don’t own one yet, but I will.

    Votes: 3 1.2%

  • Total voters
    258

Lister

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Electrics:
3-PRS
2-Gretsch
1-Gibson
1-Fender

By my math that makes PRS 43% of my electrics. If I add in the rest of the herd, it falls to 27% of total guitars. The percentage will probably rise a bit here soon as I'm planning on culling the herd pretty hard.

Almost a year later and...still the exact same numbers. No guitars have been added and no guitars have been subtracted. Maybe this year...
 

tbp0701

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Among electrics, 20% (one of five). Among all guitars, 14% (one of seven).

Among the ones I am not considering selling: 25% total, 33% of electrics.

If you're curious:
- PRS Mira (first version)
- Hamer Artist Studio
- G&L ASAT Jr. II (Korina with P90s and tune-o-matic bridge)
- 2 Fenders (Highway 1 Strat and MiJ 62RI Tele)
- Martin 000-15 acoustic
- Collings OM-1 acoustic
 

JMintzer

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Wakester

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I'm gonna have to change my numbers. I still have 5 PRSi, but now I have 2 more non PRSi to add to the collection. One being a 53 year old Ibanez Semi-hollow, the other is a strat clone that isn't fully built yet. (does that still count?) But, I am still over 50%.
 

Drlepp

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Holy smokes, unless you run a guitar shop, how do some of you guys manage to have so many guitar! I’m amazed and also I enjoyed reading your stories.

I’m not a collector or musician, or even talented - I just sell less guitars than I buy, hence some accumulation. I’m down to a modest 9 electrics of which 1/3 are PRS, all bought within two month’s time.
3xPRS / 3xFenders / 2xRickenbackers / 1xGibson

PRS gets 100% of my attention though.
 

Peter Davis

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1) 1999 American Standard Strat
2) 2005 Ernie Ball MusicMan 20th Anniversary (1of 10)
3) 2009 Ernie Ball MusicMan Silhouette Special (1 of 5)
4) 2019 Taylor 214CE DLX
5) 2020 PRS SE 245
6) 20XX PRS McCarty 594
7) 2021 PRS SE Custom 24-08 (Eriza Verde)
8) 1956 1/2 Gibson Les Paul Jr. Double Cut
9) 1997 Carvin Cobalt Acoustic
10) Sterling by MusicMan Luke (1 of 1)
11) Sterling by MusicMan Luke
12) Sterling by MusicMan Valentine
13) Sterling by MusicMan Stingray Guitar

and a few other guitars that i let friends borrow
 

Going Modal

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Regardless of whatever number or percentage I might've shared earlier in this thread, it's definitely a little more "PRS heavy" at this point--that I can say for sure... I've been naughty.
 
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