Yet another PRS SE ZM with finish issues...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mikenothing, May 4, 2014.

  1. Toledo Bob

    Toledo Bob New Member

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    Well, I must say after reading all of the ZM threads it is with trepidation that I await my tomorrow scheduled delivery of my own ZM. I hope all of these unfortunate OPs who also bought a ZM are exceptions to the PRS QC standards and trust that PRS will make 'em right. However, I would have to admit that if I received a "less-than" new ZM I too certainly will be disappointed. I'll know tomorrow. Fingers crossed.
     
  2. Tedder

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    I'm rooting for you! :rock:
     
  3. atreyu2112

    atreyu2112 New Member

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    The first ZM I had received had a REALLY bad top. Looked almost as if it had a 4-piece top. The color stain seemed to be non existent on towards the outer edges. I sent it back, got a refund and pre-ordered another with a dealer that was willing to send me pictures of the guitar BEFORE shipping it to me. Sure, I had to wait a few weeks for the second shipment to arrive, but my dealer came through and I am VERY happy with my replacement.

    My advice is for you to send it back for either a replacement or a refund and just order another. You will NEVER be happy with the one you already received.
     
  4. Texquin

    Texquin New Member

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    Did Bob get his guitar?!!
     
  5. Toledo Bob

    Toledo Bob New Member

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    Hello Again Fellas,
    Yep my ZM2SE arrived here in great condition. No quibbles about it at all. I did get a chance to plug it in and wail away on it for about an hour. Having never played a PRS before I must say that I am impressed. The pups are responsive and dynamic with whatever I threw at it. I give mine a fat A+. [whew]
     
  6. Tedder

    Tedder New Member

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    Glad to here it Bob!
     
  7. DISTORT6

    DISTORT6 NJ Devil

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    NICE! :top:
     
  8. Toledo Bob

    Toledo Bob New Member

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    Tonight I am out of town and my ZM2SE is at home. Wishing it was here or I was there. hahaha I still haven't removed the plastic film from all the plastic yet. Tomorrow I'll get it done. After playing those heavy Gibson Traditionals all these years I was amazed by the light weight of the guitar. Sustain for days! Sorta shots a hole in the theory that heavy=sustain. Hmmm, that might make a good thread. Sustain- Does guitar weight really make a difference? Prolly been done already. LOL
     
  9. NomadMike

    NomadMike New Member

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    I went from a ten pounder with brass hardware to a six and change PRS and was surprised by the light weights sustain.
     
  10. Mikegarveyblues

    Mikegarveyblues Cream Crackered

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    Good to hear your guitar is a good un TB!
     

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