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    The PRS SE your're dreaming about?

    I'm sure theres a PRS model which doesn't exist as a SE version you'd like to have since you can't afford the US made model.
    Let's do a little collection thread:

    I would die for a PRS SE McCarty. Black or Sunburst. with adjustable stopbridge for lower tunings.

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    SE Rosewood LTD.

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    SE Dragon!!!!

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    Full Hollowbody, which I'd modify with 53/10s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    I would die for a PRS SE McCarty. Black or Sunburst. with adjustable stopbridge for lower tunings.
    That's my pick too, my first PRS was an SE Custom 22 with stoptail. Loved that guitar, but a drop by one of my bandmates messed up the neck and it was downhill from there . I'd be all over a new CU22 SE with the beveled top and birds.

    Wouldn't turn down a SCHB either. However this whole S2 thing is really making for some tough decisions!
    -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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justmund View Post
    Full Hollowbody, which I'd modify with 53/10s
    This!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    I would die for a PRS SE McCarty.
    I feel you man, I'd die for a SE McCarty too. Not really a fan of the blade selectors on the post-2012 SE Custom, I've always preferred the 3-way toggle on the older SE Customs as it keeps things simple, and I don't feel the need of having coil splits. Plus it looks more classic! The only SE I'd consider now would be the SE Tim Mahoney, though having it as a standard model with more colour options could make things better for me So I'd say, either a revived SE Standard line (with bevelled top) or SE McCarty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustRob View Post
    513 while were at it.
    +1 on that! Maybe an SE Brent Mason (but I've already got a Stevensville one)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxtuna26 View Post
    I feel you man, I'd die for a SE McCarty too. Not really a fan of the blade selectors on the post-2012 SE Custom, I've always preferred the 3-way toggle on the older SE Customs as it keeps things simple, and I don't feel the need of having coil splits. Plus it looks more classic! The only SE I'd consider now would be the SE Tim Mahoney, though having it as a standard model with more colour options could make things better for me So I'd say, either a revived SE Standard line (with bevelled top) or SE McCarty.
    I prefer toggle switch aswell. Coil splitting would be a nice addition, but with 2 mini toogles.

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    All white SE baritone (not specifically a mushok) with full violin carve, old birds, phase II's and USA adjustable.

    At that point it would be hard to tell it from a USA I suppose.

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    Se HB11, 408 and Pauls Guitar. That will do for a start.
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    No US Model, but would love to see a Ben Burnley or Pete Loeffler SE Model

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    Well, non US-models are interesting aswell so feel free to post them here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    I prefer toggle switch aswell. Coil splitting would be a nice addition, but with 2 mini toogles.
    just like the 408 haha, might as well call it SE 408 sans pickups

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