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Old 12-13-2014, 07:53 PM   #1
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As I got interested in guitar from The Edge and his gear, I am not so familiar with whatever he's not using guitar-wise like many of hair-metal associated brand (Kramer, Jackson, Charvel) and PRS. But I hear a lot of good things about SE line form PRS. Does any of you have experiences with SE guitars or PRS in general?
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I have never played one but I've never really come across anyone that had anything bad to say about PRS from a craftsmanship point of view. All the criticisms I've read usually center around the look of the guitars.
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I've seen local college band playing PRS Mira (or whatever the single cut PRS) and it sounded decent. I think It was SE model, but...yeah, it looked nice and sounded nice. I really consider PRS as viable option for my future guitar buying. But for some reason, Im not a fan of high-end PRS, though, it often sounds so dead to me in some video reviews.
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I will say that I have seen even critics of PRS guitars say that the PRS SE One is an all-around nice guitar, most likely because the aesthetics of it are quite a bit more restrained than many other PRS guitars.
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