Thought I was set on getting a "proper" LP, but recently borrowed one from my friend and realised why I sold mine - horrible upper fret access and the edge of the body digs into my picking arm. Just not comfortable for long rehearsals. However what I do really like is the sustain, thicker tone and just how easy and fluid they feel and sound for lead work. I'm used to an SG which feels much "stickier" to play. I'm liking the looks of the PRS SE245 as an "improved" Les Paul. Softer edges, better neck heel and they seem to be generally a bit lighter on average. My question is will I get all those things I like about an LP I listed above? I can live with the tone not matching 100% as imo that sort of thing can generally be compensated for with pickup choice when the woods and construction are so similar.