PRS Zach Myers SE Semihollow - with upgrades!

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  1. BarryJ

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    Up for sale is my Paul Reed Smith Zach Myers SE semihollow. This is an incredibly cool and versatile guitar - quite possible the best of the SE’s. Same size as the standard PRS Singlecut, but semi-hollow - mahogany neck and back, maple top. Some other features unique to this model are the adjustable stoptail (can intonate each string), and a satin-finish neck (smooth!). This has the Wide-Fat neck profile - and yeah, this one’s pretty fat (24.5” scale, too).

    This one’s had some big electronics upgrades done. First, the neck pickup is a Duncan Seth Lover, and the bridge pickup is a Suhr SSH+. The Suhr is wired to a Bourns push-pull pot for coil-tapping (the Seth Lover doesn’t split). Here’s the part that will strike some of you strange until you think about it for a minute - the push-pull pot for the bridge Suhr is also the neck pickup volume control. This is actually very convenient, as that’s the knob closest to your picking hand.

    Very, very clean - and 7.2 lbs.! Comes with the killer PRS gigbag

    $650 will get this one shipped to your door

    Big old picture gallery - https://plus.google.com/photos/100661410805038930814/albums/6134818764142011105?banner=pwa


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    Have one of these,great guitar especially w/ p/up upgrades! I put a set of Gibson 57 Classic/Classic+ wonderful!
     
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    I've been dying to try one of these. I think most of the SE line guitars are pretty decent. This one is definitely the best looking for sure.
     
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