Prs Mira Guitars

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  1. blood5150

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    I just bought an orange one too. I LOVE it. When I first saw them online I was a little hesitant. Didn't like that it had a pickguard. After a while it grew on me. The first time I played one, I was pretty much blown away. I loved the playability, the tone, the layout of the controls, the fact that the coil-tap tones were actually usable. My only gripe is that it is the tiniest bit neck-heavy, but not nearly so much as some Hamers or other LP Jr. shapes I have played. After playing it a few more times, I knew I would be getting one.

    For a better review, check the HC databases. There are only two...mine is the second one.

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    Nice... that is the one I want to order in a couple of months.

    Glad to hear that someone else thinks that they are cool.
     
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    I'm the proud owner of a vintage Orange, with brids and tortoise guard. I wrote a review on here a few threads back, but can't seem to locate it.My Mira is a lightweight,well balanced guitar that was built to rock .It cuts through a live mix extremely well. I own guitars that cost 5X's as much, and get the most compliments on my lead tone when I gig this one, so go figure. :D

    It's a versatile, giggable guitar that's hard to beat in it's pricepoint. I can leave my 86 at home, and grab this one.
     
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    PRS's new stuff is starting to grow on me... I love the SE One with the single P-90. Very cool guitar.
     
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    I played one a few weeks ago at a local store. They are very nice feeling guitars. The fretwork was just outstanding.
     

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