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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Pat Wheatley, Sep 9, 2020.
Core Santana Singlecut.
A new guitar model collaboration between PRSh and HANGAR18 which will be called a PRS Model 5 and look very much like a Flying V.
I want to push for soapbars in S2's again. It will be on my wish-list till it happens.
I really do.
1. T-Type PRS
2. Core version of the SE One - Really wish they would do some WL runs but sadly I was told they only do PS single pickup guitars.
Sorry to break it to you folks, but speculation about future PRS news that has not been announced publicly goes against proprietary information. When public announcement is made, then we'll know. It's like asking Apple what new and exciting features will be available on the next release of iPhones. No can do. You can guess, but PRS won't tell you until they announce publicly.
PRSh serves a cold dish of revenge and announces that all Santana’s will be released only with blue finishes.
Doesn’t effect me.
24 frets with a trem? Oh yeah!
I could only wish for a Silver Sky SE. Maple neck please....
Lee Anderton did a video conference with Carlos Santana who showed two new singlecut Santana models. Saw it this morning.
Yeah, those looked like 245’s with graphics to me.
Yes, I would have loved to see them break into the Tele market with a Brent Mason model like his original, but Fender beat them to it. They’re in the preorder phase now.
At this point, it isn’t an easy thing for PRS to outdo themselves! I’m sure the Man has some ideas though.
Well they have just refreshed the same pickups with TCI and the finishing so maybe its just crank production and catch up to orders time for guitars, the covid thing has delayed the S2 594s being readily available and UK dealers make a big deal of getting new PRS stock just in.
He was going on about getting deep into amps on these videos, so maybe a new core line amp model? Maybe voxy flavour this time?
Its strange the recent plexi style ones didn't get the traction at that would have kept them in production, maybe there is a replacement for that coming.
I can't see him going the Suhr route and embracing technology, adding in reactive loads, midi etc as it has such a design curve from standing start and they haven't gone that route before but you never know
Yeah, we know.
Just have some fun.
While we're wishing...how about a SE245 with 57/08 "S"s. Or just the 57/08 "S"s themselves would be killer!!
I don’t know why they don’t put those in everything.