What's up wit that?
Did PRS just give up on tryin' to satisfy anyone who likes single coils or "F" styled tones? I'm a little bummed that the only thing left is the 513 and "G" inspired tone wood guitars with split-able hums... I mean they just started getting in with all these country dudes and now they've dropped all the guitars that were made to appease them? Was nobody buying them?
Man, why can't PRS make the SAS Studio with a couple of regular sized single coil pup routes in it? The DGT and 408's have a decent split tone but is that really all we're gonna get this year? I would think that they'd give the Brent Mason model more than a single year to gain a little "foot-hold" in the marketplace, I guess not.
The only thing that remotely addresses the "F" side of things is that damn blade switch and putting swamp ask backs on the CU24.
Maybe I'm just tryin' to fit an oval pup into a square hole here, but really? Nothing. Nada. Nope. No Dice?! Even the SE line is "G" loaded with a billion similar versions of the SC model, I love Marty Friedman's playing and all... But it's pretty much the same thing as the Mardsen, 245, and Tremonti which seem like competition for the S2SC.
Oh! And speaking of "O", where'd the Orianthi model go? Are people too afraid to rock a "girls" guitar? That was a bangin' model with the Korina an ebony, shame to see that one go.
You only buy used so shut up or exercise your vote and buy a new guitar Sergio.