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    Bless the Blues 38Roars's Avatar
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    Whats your Top 3 rankings of SE Guitars you would purchase...

    Everyone is different, thats why there are so many choices....
    Whats your take 1-3?

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    Goatee Practitioner Danerada's Avatar
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    This is my kind of thread:

    SE 245 Soapbar

    SE Semi-hollow LTD w/Bigsby (Silver Sparkle)

    SE Bernie Marsden...
    - Dane

    “He had a voice that could make a wolverine purr and suits so fine they made Sinatra look like a hobo.”

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    SE Custom 24 7-String

    SE Fredrik Åkesson

    SE Clint Lowery
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    I'd focus on the models you can't get from Maryland.
    1) The SE One - This one is a staple
    2) The Mushok Baritone
    3) The 3-Mike-7 string
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    Japan only SE CU24 in Bonni Pink

    SE Semi-hollow w/ Bigsby (sparkled red)

    SE Bernie.

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    SE Clint Lowery

    SE Bernie Marsden

    SE One (I'm picking up one tomorrow so I will have to think of a number 3)

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    3M7, 245 and the Torero.

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    SE Bernie Marsden (Got. (You hear that Shawn! ) My shared #1 - Would buy a blue one in a heartbeat as long a it's not Whale Blue)

    SE 245 Soapbar (Cracking looking guitar and may well get it if I have the funds saved this year)

    SE C24 2012 (Got. Great guitar!)
    Modified SE Bernie Marsden, Fender Strat
    Laney Lionheart L5T-112, Fender Mustang 1
    Wishing for a Blue Bernie!
    Click here for SE Bernie Marsden demo!
    Lessons, covers, backing tracks, etc...www.youtube.com/mikegarveyblues

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    SE Custom 24
    SE Paul Allender
    SE Mikael Akerfeldt
    : 2012 SE Tremonti Custom w/ Tremonti Pickups & Schaller Locking Tuners
    G&L: 2013 Tribute Jerry Cantrell Superhawk, 2010 Tribute Jerry Cantrell Rampage w/DiMarzio Super Distortion, 2012 Tribute Legacy w/ DiMarzio Fast Track Strat Set
    Ovation: 2012 Elite 2078AX
    Amps: Acoustic Lead G120 DSP, Acoustic Lead G20

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    1. SE Angelus Custom

    2. SE Mike Mushok Baritone

    3. SE Korina One

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    A Bernie, then semi hollow and finally an 245 soap... great guitars.

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    SE Tim Mahoney 1st

    SE Clint Lowery 2nd

    SE 245 Soapbar (black) 3rd

    getting all 3 this year if i don't get distracted =3
    Current: PRS SE Dave Navarro, Spear NF-II
    Gibson Les Paul Studio Goldtop P90, Dean Schenker Retro V Dean ML Silverburst
    Laney LH50 + 112V Cab
    Inbound - Sterling JP60 + (Possible) Ibanez RGD2120Z

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    PRS Addiction CoreyT's Avatar
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    I posted this at the other site, will post here too.

    Listed in order of favorite too as in ease of playing and fun factor:

    1. 2012 SE Custom 24



    2. 2012 SE Tremonti Custom



    3. 2012 SE Santana
    Wide/fat neck, 24.5" scale, I am more of a fan of the wide/thin neck on the first two, and also the 25" longer scale.



    They all get along though, they were hanging out on my new love seat I picked up last weekend.
    We were watching an Alice Cooper concert from 2011 in Australia on the MoshCam channel on my Bluray box.
    Orianthi was smokin' hot playing two PRS guitars.



    If I were to buy another SE down the road, I would get a Semi-Hollow Custom like I got my youngest son in September for his birthday.
    25" scale makes it play really nice.

    Also is they decide to produce an SE bass (5 string hopefully too), I might pick one up.




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    Custom semi hollow soapbar

    Custom 24 7 string

    Clint Lowery

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    Custom 24 7 string
    SE245
    Current SE Santana

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    Would purchase, as in, don't have yet. Because the SE One is the baddest mamma-jamma on the planet.

    1.) SE245 Soapie
    2.) SE SH Soapie (I know it's not in production any more, but...)
    3. Mike Mushok / Bernie / SE Santana - 3 way tie.

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    1) Angelus acoustic w/electronics
    2) 245
    3) semi-hollow
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    Good choice calling out the acoustic.

    Most of the time when we thing of SE we think of only the electrics.

    Quote Originally Posted by RedGuitars View Post
    1) Angelus acoustic w/electronics
    2) 245
    3) semi-hollow

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    I'll play along.

    1) 245 (which I already have. If I didn't, it would be replaced by the Marsden)
    2) Custom 24 (I need one in the classic shape, and now with the beveled top, it looks much nicer)
    3) Tough one: I prefer singlecut styles, so likely the Tremonti Custom. But the new 7 string has me curious too, as does the Clint Lowery.

    I'm very close to selling my Gibson SG to fund one of the above too, still waiting on some of the new colors to show up for 2013.

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    Don't know if I could put them in order until I played them all, but I would say:
    SE One
    SE Semi-Hollow
    SE Tremonti Custom or SE Santana
    -I'm no expert, but it seems to work and I haven't electrocuted myself yet. Which is pretty much the standard I live by.

    SE Custom 24 25th Anniversary - SE Akesson+57/08's - SE 30 Head/Cab

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