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    Identification Help

    Hi all,

    I was hoping somebody may be able to confirm the model of PRS I have just bought from Ebay - I am preety sure it is a standard Singlecut Soapbar (2007) but was hoping for a second opnion as I was not sure if there was anywhere you can check the serial number on the website?

    The link is: http://www.ebay.ie/itm/251151426589?...84.m1423.l2649

    Many thanks :-)

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    Sorry - ther reason for the confusion was that the knobs were black and I see most models have golden / orange ones.

    Picking it up on Saturday - cant wait :-)

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    It is a Standard alright, but it isn't a soapbar. Has Zebra Buckers. The birds are a nice bonus, a lot of standards don't have them. Congrats!
    1988 CE24, 1995 CE22, 2000 SC, 2003 Standard 22, 2003 Cu24 AP, 2006 Cu24 AP, 2006 SC AP, 2007 CuRo22, 2010 Starla Stoptail, 2010 Mira
    2007 SE Soapy 2, 2010 SE 25th Anni Cu24, 2012 SE Bernie, 2013 SE Angelus Custom

    PRS SE50, Mesa Single RectoVerb, Mesa Lonestar, Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

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    Thanks AP515

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    A satin standard? sweet guitar
    NICE price too

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    Thanks Slowro!

    I dont supposed either of you guys know what size a screw the machine head will need for this guitar? As per the advert it states is missing one. I have seen a place selling them on ebay but have various options:
    M5X50
    M5X40
    M5X25
    M4X40
    M4X25

    I know I should be patient and wait until I pick it up but would be nice to be ready :-)

    Thanks

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    The pickups are most likely #6's. They don't make those any more but were my favorite rock pickup until the 57/08's, then 59/09's. The #6's are high gain, 2nd only to the Mark Tremonti high Gain pickups (at the time). They still sound good clean. The all mahogany should give it a great mid-range tone and satin finish allows the wood to breath. This is a great straight up rock guitar, you definitely don't see many of them.

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