Cool new inexpensive PRS SE Singlecut

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  1. journo

    journo Member

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    Hi,

    Just saw this one. Like it a lot but would have liked it even more with two volumes and two tones.

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    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  2. RL in Fla

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    Yet another wide fat neck ? :(
     
  3. EunosFD

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    I saw that posted over on BAM recently too. Sure is a looker & probably priced right like previous SE's. If it came with P-90's I'd sure be interested.
     
  4. v-verb

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    Love it - I'm gonna get one fo' sho'
     
  5. hour9

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    Have these shipped yet?
     
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    That is very nice, maybe they should replace the 3 way with a blend knob so you get the full LP ability.
     
  8. Dave Orban

    Dave Orban Gold Supporting Member

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    +1000!
     
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    Wow! They look great!!!!! I wonder when they will start hitting dealers?

    -Peace
    -Nate
     
  10. vangit

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    Looks really nice. The picture makes it look like an arch top, but I have a feeling it's a light rick. The SE's use a thin vaneer, I don't know if they can arch it.
     
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  12. lookslikemeband

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    ooooh... I want one (or five)! :p
     
  13. P.Muck

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    Does anyone know if these have shipped? I called Elderly today and they said they don't know when they'll get theirs. I need to know when to start my sell-athon to get one.
     
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    my dealer told me he is suppose to get them late march, early april. I'm suppose to get first dibs.

    Sell a thon? these are going to go for like 600$.
     
  15. P.Muck

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    the selling that's necessary is to my better half...:)
     
  16. DrPCR

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    hey Muck, where in Michigan are you?
     
  17. RickC

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    The original, all mahogany SE Singlecuts did have an arch; I'm guessing they figured out a way to do it on these as well.

    /rick
     
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    Who knows, It looks damn nice for 600 though, If it has an archtop im going to have to seriously consider picking one up.
     
  19. P.Muck

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    I'm just outside of Ann Arbor, why?
     
  20. schmit

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    These have an actual maple top with the flamed maple veneer applied to the maple so I imagine they are arched
     

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