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Thread: Im about to buy a new Prs guitar.

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    Talking Im about to buy a new Prs guitar.

    It's PRS Se custom 24 or PRS 245. I Cant decide really and I want a guitar that would not lose its tune easily. How's the bridge on the custom 24 and the PRS 245? Can you adjust it? (Im not used to this kind of bridges since im a floydrose player). Thank you!

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    If you can set up a Floyd properly you can set up any kind of trem bridge.

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    Agreed.
    If you are talking about the "preset" non adjustable tailpiece, you will be amazed at how well it works.
    But, should you have to have more precision, there are direct replacements with individual saddles available.

    http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Bridges,...il_Bridge.html

    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/acces...cking-stud-set

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    Why stop at one? Get both.
    (513 / P22 / McShootout / DC 245 Ted / DGT / DC22 / Santana / Cu22 Rosewood / 408 Rosewood / SAS / Cu22 Semi hollow / Mira korina / HBII / SE Angelus Custom / SE Mushok) >> {Archon, C, H, Dallas}

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    Sounds good! thanks for replying to me! idk PRS Guitars is just so pricey to me D: that's why im so curious about their guitars.

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    The Se line are worth every penny/cent you pay. They are great guitars. My Se 245 stays in tune all the time with the standard wraparound bridge. Which does hve tiny screws for intonation.

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