YOUR FAVORITE PRS MODEL. IF YOU CAN OWN ONE AND ONLY???

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  1. SkyHigh

    SkyHigh New Member

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    Title says it all. If you can only have one and only PRS, what model would it be????

    Why type of music do you play???
     
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    ]-[@n$0Ma☩!© Der Hans der kann's

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    Only one? What kind of a sicko ARE you? :cry:

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    Probably my Swamp Ash Special - because it is the most versatile. It has been Artist Tweaked, upgraded to uncovered 53/10's (ka-BOOM!), and a Mann trem. I keep it set up with .11's. This guitar is a monster.

    Oh, and I play hard rock, disco funk, soul blues, and some alt rock.

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  3. DavidE

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    McTrem,though my SAS is seeing a lot of use.

    I play all kinds of music.
     
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  4. Chester

    Chester New Member

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    My PS ME Ltd for Blues & rock - outstanding
     
  5. Hollowbuddy

    Hollowbuddy New Member

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    Sicko, right :?

    Here is my small family
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    and yes I agree with you Hans the SAS is very versatile == yours, with the 5 pos switch, probably more than mine ( and I love the Birds on the neck )

    and putting a Tom Holmes set on it, I gain Top Humbuckers sounds ... but loose the coil taps :(

    ... but anyway, I prefer my McCarty ... euh which one will I choose !

    Impossible answer ! hahaha

    HB :geek:
     
  6. Stormin

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    No question - my Custom 22 Soapbar

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  7. veinbuster

    veinbuster Freeze zone

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    Well that's just silly.
    I worked a long time to have more than I need.
    Maybe a swamp eagle with full braz neck, pickups that would convert from a 3 pack of NF to siggy with a sideways glance.

    I find the SAS, HB with piezo and siggy the most versatile.
     
  8. Mike Duncan

    Mike Duncan DGT Player

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    Well, as I almost have three of them, I'll go with the DGT. I love the dual volumes, neck shape, and the 6100 frets. Just doesn't get much better!
     
  9. juka

    juka Pioneer Of The SCF

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    If I really had to it would be quite easy: either keep my '02 McRosie or find a P22IRW that could outperform it (which seems quite unlikely, but you never know) :twisted:
     
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    docbennett Banned

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    My favorite PRS would be the Santana 1 platform....and my favorite Santana 1 would be my PS #3340....the current 2012 calendar guitar for April...and the very first "Jade Glow" created in coordination with the PS team headed by Paul Miles and with Brian Meader serving as constant liaison to the production:

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  11. SwampAshSpecial

    SwampAshSpecial New Member

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    I'm with you on that one - the SAS is just an incredibly versatile guitar! Here's mine (I'm afraid you'll have to live with someone else's photo of me playing the thing cause I'm a horrific photographer...):
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  12. Faded

    Faded Friend of the Devil

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    I'd have to go with a McCarty, my first PRS love.
     
  13. vchizzle

    vchizzle Birdman.

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    McCarty standard. I play mostly heavier rock - AIC, TOOL, STP, Sevendust with a little blues mixed.
     
  14. JMintzer

    JMintzer Bobble Head Moderator
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    Hollowbody w/Piezo. IMO, it's the most versatile guitar they make...

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  15. 11top

    11top Cousin Eddie's cousin

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    SC58 piezo and 408s with RW neck. I think. I'll let you know in a few weeks. ;)
     
  16. Twinfan

    Twinfan 408 Sig Club President

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    Private Stock Sig #37 in Rainforest. No question.
     
  17. Chip

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    Custom 24 with 5-way blade. I really dig the semi-hollow ltd's and the studios (either would be a close 2nd), but my go-to is always the Cu24.
     
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    SC245 baby.
     
  19. iounothing

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    Only ONE PRSi????

    That's INSANE!
     
  20. VHTStark

    VHTStark New Member

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    Only one? Definitely one of my singlecuts! Maybe not the most versatile PRS, but they fit me like a glove and do what I need them to do. They inspire me to create music, that is the most important thing!

    For music....I guess you would say I am a "metal" guy....but I also play/have played some punk, hard rock, blues and a little jazz.
     

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