TL;DR - If you could only have two PRS to gig with, which ones would you choose to cover all the sounds that you need? Not every sound possible… just the sounds that you actually need for the gigs that you play? —————— Long story - I recently moved cross country and into a much smaller place, which involved a massive downsize in gear. I sold most of my guitars, including all my PRS, except a McCarty. I almost sold the McCarty as well. The only two guitars I was supposed to keep were a Les Paul and a Telecaster. I figured with those two guitars I could get just about any sound I needed. I balked at the last minute and pulled my McCarty out of consignment. The thing that saved it was that I can’t get an identically spec’d one anymore (original 85/15 and locking tuners) and that with the solid tailpiece it requires so little maintenance that it’s an ideal gigging guitar. The thing is, the McCarty more or less makes my LP and Tele redundant. I can take that one guitar to a gig and get both those kind of sounds with a fraction of the maintenance headache. Conversely, the LP and Tele more or less make the McCarty redundant. The LP does a better LP, and the Tele does a better Tele, but it’s more maintenance and I need to swap guitars every time I want to swap sounds, which isn’t always practical. So….. for the last week or so I’ve been pondering, what if all I had was a McCarty? Which PRS would I pair it with to get all the sounds I need that the McCarty isn’t particularly good at? I’m kind of thinking an old school Custom 24, but then I’m also thinking DGT, or maybe a semi-hollow of some sort, or a second McCarty with a high output bridge. Anyway, if you could only have two PRS to gig with, which ones would you choose to cover all the sounds that you need? Not every sound possible… and not the sounds that I need, just the sounds that you actually need for the gigs that you play?