My only PRS guitar, so it's definitely my favorite .
My 408's, but last few days I have been digging my SC with 250 pickups, it just plays so well and sounds chunky.
I'm quite liking my semi-hollow not so dirty 100.
Today I'm jamming the 408 AP Blue Fade (dubbed "Lynda" after my wife, since this one has a finish that is quite reminiscent of the waters of the Bahamas where we went for our honeymoon last year! ) which was put into Drop-C tuning with an .011-.052 set by the PTC folks and sounds INCREDIBLE (thanks again, Skitchy! <3):
I find I love the bridge in full hum mode and the neck in single mode since the bridge delivers the goods for a modern metal tone with ease and the neck on single coil mode sounds awesome for both cleans and smoother, articulate leads! Love it! Prettiest metal guitar I own!
I simply can't do that. That's like asking a dad who's his favorite child.
This - I just love it!
Thank´s for reading!
Olli from Germany
An oldie still going strong for this Friday:
Well my favorite guitar of all time is "the Godfather"....
But I have been playing the heck out of "Grimace" lately (my 98 Custom 24)
"Just one more and then I promise, no more guitars honey!" - The phrase I say most to my wife
I've probably posted this one already but I don't remember. At almost 9 lbs, it's a little on the heavy side for a CU24. Thankfully it sounds and plays great.
Today...this one...it's very close to one I'd like to have built. Really, really close.
2012 PRS Custom 24 - Burnt Maple Leaf 10-top
2008 PRS Custom 22 - Santana Yellow - Rosewood Neck - 10-top
PRS SE Singlecut Trem - Tobacco Sunburst -Grover Locking Tuners - Bareknuckle Rebel Yells - Push/Pull Volume and Tone - Graphtech Self Lubricating nut
Jamming the heck out of my P22 Solana Burst today, thing is still one of the best PRS I own! LOVE the P22 platform! The thicker Mc-Carty bodies are awesome!