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I exempt status - but only until Aldy gives up his 305 Proto.
No, but it's on my short list.
I have a great one I picked up from Markie. Maple neck AND Ebony FB. As you would expect its bright and punchy, but it's heavier sounding than a Strat. I assume it's that mahogany body that balances it out.
Here is mine from the Willcutt's Wood Library run of 10... one of my "keeper" guitars....
"He's kind of like a bear at a campsite...you think he's cute and kind of want to hug him, but in the end you know he's dangerous and is going to stomp on your tent and eat all your food..." - martysnarf
Yup.............. I own one.
Fanboy of the Jester (AKA) James (Previously known as 11top)
Those white ones are nice...as are the fancy ones, too!
They're great sounding guitars.
Not with a grinder...
Not with a file...
But on the sidewalk!
So what's the connection between this beauty and Mr. Beck?
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I have a 25th Anniversary that hits all the bullet points: tone, feel, sustain. Just a special instrument.
I love my 305, if I could only keep 3 guitars for the rest of my life it would be the 305, my Hollowbody II SC, and my 1956 goldtop Les Paul.
I own two and bit (ones a 407). One factory and two PS. One of PRS' most underrated models.
Mine is a 25th Anniversary... with the shadow birds which I really dig! 25ths are not hum cancelling in positions 2 & 4, just like old strats. Tone is beefier than a strat, maybe set neck helps too. It's definitely a keeper.
I've had a couple of them. The first had then513 neck and I never did get used to it so I let it go. The second was antique white with maple board and neck with dirt birds...that one was terrific and I miss it. Gas is a cruel mistress!