Not for everyone, but I pulled the trigger on this beast!

mystixboi

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Very sweet, love it looks great so lets us know what you think of the PRS piezo system, never heard one or tried one.

I love them. I have one on my Hollowbody II piezo SE. When running through a DI, it sounds like a mic'd acoustic, not a piezo. Love it
 

Jugghaid

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Nice. I bought its big brother from the same shop.

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Jo

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The Jo approves!!! I've also got an HBII in that violet bruise burst colour.
 

jtees4

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Well, nothing is for everyone....that guitar is beautiful, and PRS makes some great stuff. I've owned a few, SE's and USA's. Good luck.
 

doublescale1

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I'm sure it will sound even better than it looks - nice score
 

Jon Silberman

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Beautiful guitar aesthetically, versatile and toneful, too.

I'd love one. There are 3 for sale right now at Sweetwater. But for $5,470 - pass.
 
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Took a chance five years ago and bought a 10 top Custom 24 off ebay. I believe I stole it at $1500. Of my 20 electrics, one of the smoothest playing. Only drawback is it has the rotary PU selector, which is not always great.
 

MuzicToyz

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Question... Why did it take until like the past 10 years to figure out a "burst" did not necessarily be yellow to brown or yellow to red? Like electric guitars have been around for almost 100 years now and they are just figuring out you can throw some other colors into the mix. PRS seems to be leading that charge - They must have got into some good bud or something. Cudo's for bucking the norm! This is a beautiful guitar by the way.
 




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