View Poll Results: Which of these models do you feel would best complement a Signature Limited Trem?

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  • Custom 22

    0 0%
  • Custom 24

    2 8.00%
  • DGT

    2 8.00%
  • Hollowbody II (SC or DC)

    9 36.00%
  • Modern Eagle Quatro

    3 12.00%
  • P-22

    1 4.00%
  • P-24

    0 0%
  • Old SC 245 (Wrapover Bridge)

    0 0%
  • SC 58, Stripped 58 or New SC 245

    7 28.00%
  • Studio

    1 4.00%
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Thread: Which of these models do you feel would best complement a Signature Limited Trem?

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    Which of these models do you feel would best complement a Signature Limited Trem?

    I'm currently considering these models for my next guitar and would like to know which one you would get if you were in my shoes and could only have it and a Signature Limited Trem. Thanks in advance.

    1) Custom 22
    2) Custom 24
    3) DGT
    4) Hollowbody II (SC or DC)
    5) Modern Eagle Quatro
    6) P-22
    7) P-24
    8) Old SC 245 (Wrapover Bridge)
    9) SC 58, Stripped 58 or New SC 245
    10) Studio
    Last edited by Bill Downing; 12-11-2013 at 01:51 PM.

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    Hollowbody.... 'cause I want one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    Hollowbody.... 'cause I want one.
    Well, I want one of each.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Downing View Post
    Well, I want one of each.
    Wait... why isn't that an option!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    Wait... why isn't that an option!?
    Well, I guess it is an option eventually. Assuming I live long enough.
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    Old SC 245 with \m/ pickups…a real screamer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Downing View Post
    Well, I guess it is an option eventually. Assuming I live long enough.
    I like it!

    Do you need single coil tones? Have you played a Studio before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by toothace View Post
    Old SC 245 with \m/ pickups…a real screamer!
    Interesting! Things that make you go Hmmm.
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    PRS SE Torero - Limited Edition Solid Black with White Binding
    2012 PRS 408 Standard Trem - Natural with Pattern Thin Rosewood Neck
    2012 PRS Signature Limited Trem - Charcoal Burst

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    I like it!

    Do you need single coil tones? Have you played a Studio before?
    Yes and yes about year and a half ago, and I liked it, but preferred the Signature Limited overall.

    I almost added a 305 to the poll, but can only have ten options.
    Last edited by Bill Downing; 12-11-2013 at 02:33 PM.
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    2012 PRS 408 Standard Trem - Natural with Pattern Thin Rosewood Neck
    2012 PRS Signature Limited Trem - Charcoal Burst

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    Voted SC, but a SC & a CU24 would be perfect
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    I choose…..a stoptail mccarty/paul's guitar. I prefer the resonance of the DC over the SC and you already have a trem, and there is a enough difference between the stoptail and trem models to justify having both IMO.

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    I would say a DGT. Between my 408 and DGT I can't think of any style I couldn't cover…of course I always buy more because you can never have enough PRS guitars
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    No 513??? I've only played one 513 - a Swamp Ash version. That thing could encompass quite a plethora of tones. Very articulate single coil tones, classic humbucking, and monstorous-heavy humbucking tones. I wish my local GC still had it, I'd contemplate picking it up.

    That said, I'd roll with the Hollowbody II out of the choices provided. Sweet piezo action is always a nice option.
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    SC HB, because, well, they rock! I would give up everything else if I had to. Not that I'm going to, but...

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    Not to sound like a politician, but thanks for your vote...and replies. I didn't include the 513 at this time due to my perception of it having a larger neck profile. I almost replaced the DGT with the Tremonti for the same reason. I prefer a pattern thin neck, but can live with a pattern neck. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't pattern regular larger than pattern?

    *EDIT*

    It appears I was mistaken. (As in "I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken." ). The Pattern Regular fretboard is narrower at the nut than either Pattern Thin or Pattern and the same neck depth as Pattern at the nut. So, it appears it sits between Pattern and Pattern Thin in overall size. So the DGT neck profile sits between the Pattern Regular and Pattern?

    WIDTH OF THE FRETBOARD AT THE NUT:
    Pattern, Wide Fat - 1 11/16"
    Pattern Thin, Wide Thin - 1 11/16"
    Pattern Regular, Regular - 1 21/32"
    12 String - 1 47/64"

    WIDTH AT THE BODY
    Pattern, Wide Fat - 2 1/4"
    Pattern Thin, Wide Thin - 2 1/4"
    Pattern Regular, Regular - 2 1/4"
    12 String - 2 19/64"

    NECK DEPTH AT THE NUT
    Pattern, Wide Fat - 27/32"
    Pattern Thin, Wide Thin - 25/32"
    Pattern Regular, Regular - 27/32"
    12 String - 27/32"
    Last edited by Bill Downing; 12-12-2013 at 12:47 AM.
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    2012 PRS Signature Limited Trem - Charcoal Burst

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egads View Post
    SC HB, because, well, they rock! I would give up everything else if I had to. Not that I'm going to, but...
    I knew you'd vote SC HB from my other post.
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    2012 PRS Signature Limited Trem - Charcoal Burst

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    There is no justifiable reason not to own a singlecut hollowbody II. Yes I am trying to remedy my lack of owning one too
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    SC 2piece. My favorite PRS model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thieves&foxes View Post
    There is no justifiable reason not to own a singlecut hollowbody II. Yes I am trying to remedy my lack of owning one too
    Ok, new rule: No living vicariously through me!
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    2012 PRS 408 Standard Trem - Natural with Pattern Thin Rosewood Neck
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    How about a HB II with a 5way rotary? I have one with Artist PUs and a 5 way.. yes and the Piezo too..
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