Over the years I've owned a lot of guitars and a few PRS guitars. While the PRS workmanship and playability were alway superb, none of them ever had the mojo, you know that vibe that makes you not want to put a guitar down. Kinda' sterile for me at least. That is until the first time I played a McSoapy. I was floored by it. The second time I played it, I bought it. Tele's are usually my axe of choice these days and the McSoapy has that single coil punch but just more - fat with no loss of clarity. The neck pup is really warm without being muddy at all and the bridge pup just growls. I had already decided I don't like Duncan soapbars but they sure work in this axe. My favorite position, both pups on, sounds extraordinary. I was sitting learning Robben's riffs from MaryAnn and it coped that clean tone to a "T". None of my tele's can (Nocaster, K-line, Suhr - the K-line comes the closest). The wrap tail piece intonates on the money and it seems like it adds to the guitars ring. Pretty light too, barely 8 lbs. I know it's still a honeymoon phase but damn so far, this is a great axe.