1990 CE24 MT | 1991 CU24 | 1991 CE24 | 1992 CE24 MT
1993 STD 24 | 1997 CE24 3pc MT | 2008 SE Semi-Hollow Soapbar
2011 SE Akesson | 2011 CU24 GC Throwback | 2012 Signature Limited
2013 408 Brazilian | 2013 Paul's Guitar | 2013 S2 Mira | 2013 Hollowbody II
2013 CU24 Swamp Ash Limited | 2014 SE Zach Myers (incoming)
I'm another happy user of the SEs. What can I criticise about it! They're possibly the best valued guitar out there. Even Paul loves these SEs himself when he picks one up to play.
FennRx, my SE Santana makes my Fenders, (MIM Fat Strat, American Standard SSS, Telecaster FSR Black Paisley), sound like 7 year old Church choir girls!! I love this guitar, easy to play and "so smooooth" no pun intended!!
"The fate of all mankind I fear, is in, the hands of fools" King Crimson
sorry to ask this here but i cant find an answer to this:
wich hardcase shoul i buy for the SE245? and not a very expensive one if posible
it would be super cool if i could also fit my santana se on it... this is my maing gig guitar now and its the only one without a case... and i supose the se245 would be also my favorite when i buy it.
Get yourself the PRS hardcase.
Greats deals at www.sweetwater.com
The PRS case fits most SEs with the exception of the SE Tremonti Custom.
Mine fit the PRS case, but you have to use a towel to prop up the neck.
I bought a flight case from SKB just for the Tremonti Custom, and it fits better than the PRS case as it is deeper, and lets the neck hang down lower and the whole guitar is then flush like it should be.
thanks CoreyT.... any cheaper option anybody knows of?
When I was at Guitar Center recently I was played a ton of Epihpones, Deans, Gibsons (barring your $1200+ models of course), ESPs, and Jacksons. However nothing just felt quite as right when i picked up the SE Singlecut. The sound it made when i strummed it and the way it felt in my hands. They're just flat out better guitars.
unfortunately, I had to return my 245- had some unexpected medical bills arrive (stupid high deductible plan). bummer, but before I did I made this quick clip.
My iPad didn't capture the R8 perfectly- it made the guitars sound closer than they really are. However you still can get an idea of how close a $400 SE can be to a Custom Shop Gibson. Pardon the poor playing....I'm just a hobbyist- the PRS stereotype to be exact (ie a professional who has spent lots of cash on gear to belt out bad covers of classic rock songs )
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
I've had my 245 for about a week and I too cannot put it down. I've been up til like 2am playing with it through headphones mostly but today I was able to crank up the Marshall and really get after it. I am extremely pleasantly surprised by how good the pickups are. They are not noisy whatsoever even on the high gain channel fully cranked on the gain and 9-10 o'clock on the master. I don't need the smart gate with it. I need be gate with my LP and my emg equipped santana. The pups are great and the bridge is hot enough to get some great pinch harmonics effortlessly. It down tunes quite well and was set up perfectly out of box.
This is all with the .9s on it too. I have .10s ready to go on it as soon as I can put it down long enough!
The case I got fits pretty well
Last edited by Dizzyg12; 01-21-2014 at 06:15 PM.
My two dream guitars were an r8 and r9 . Corey T posted on the Gibson forum , that he got a prs se cu24 . I ordered one that week and that was it for me. Unfortunately I traded my se cu24 in on my DGT , kinda regret it now . Will be looking at a new se shortly or a cu24 .
Ok sorry off topic lol.
I feel that prs listen to what the customer wants and they are constantly working on improving products . Their customer service is amazing to say the least and the Ptc, that department speaks for itself.
2013 PRS DGT..
2012 Ibanez RG 870 premuim
2014 Prs se Clint Lowrey
1988 Washburn G1V
Hughes and Kettner Grandmeister 36 with Saxon cabinet .
You will be able to learn about the different secrets after you have played with the same for a long time. It will not be possible to simply sit idle and find out the same.
I can't wait to get my hands on SE 245
"Now all the things that use to mean so much to me has got me old before my time." G. Allman, "Old Before My Time", Hittin' The Note cd.