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LP-Shaped Guitar from PRS belonging to the Signature series

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  • FreduturnFreduturn

    PRS Mark Tremonti - BlackPublished on 06/24/03 at 01:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This guitar was manufactured in the United States does, possde 22 frets, 2 pickups prs signature Mark Tremonti, the bridge is a stop bar with rgages prs type of individual bridges (better than the McCarty), r tings classical type lp (2 volumes, 2 tones, 3-position switch 1), handle very close to the McCarty

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very pleasant with a quick decision by hand is very fluid
    ACCESS is more acute than a gibson lp comfortable as the horn of the table is further back
    Heavy but still more than a gibson lp lgre
    clean sounds (neck microphone) are velvety Will very santaniens super saturation harmonic balance with a touch of medium and more
    the bridge pickup is es…
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    This guitar was manufactured in the United States does, possde 22 frets, 2 pickups prs signature Mark Tremonti, the bridge is a stop bar with rgages prs type of individual bridges (better than the McCarty), r tings classical type lp (2 volumes, 2 tones, 3-position switch 1), handle very close to the McCarty

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very pleasant with a quick decision by hand is very fluid
    ACCESS is more acute than a gibson lp comfortable as the horn of the table is further back
    Heavy but still more than a gibson lp lgre
    clean sounds (neck microphone) are velvety Will very santaniens super saturation harmonic balance with a touch of medium and more
    the bridge pickup is essentially a killing with a gain saturation xxl richness and precision top
    Possde This guitar is a natural sustain phnomnal
    However we can not do anything with the sounds you have to take a fender fender

    SOUNDS

    I play pop rock blues again (the classics and standarts)
    I have a Carvin all-tube head 100 with a 4X12 w valvemaster marscall anniversary
    and a multi purpose Boss GT6 pdalier
    I can do it all done with great precision
    for I take my Fender sounds Start Plus

    OVERALL OPINION

    I recently had one week before and a lp custom I do not think I have lost currency even if they are different guitars
    I already had a bolt on prs of 87 but it did not own identity
    This skyscraper is CHRE even if the violin is close to the zero-defect
    little detail is less black lacquer and as I sweat a lot I have a lot of maintenance after each session
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  • ibanez4life SZ!ibanez4life SZ!

    A Singlecut born for Hard Rock and Metal!

    PRS Mark Tremonti - BlackPublished on 04/13/11 at 14:03
    While playing with Creed, Mark Tremonti was the second person to be added to the PRS family as a Signature artist. His original model was a slightly ‘modernized’ Singlecut, including

    -25” scale
    -22 frets
    -mahogany body and neck with rosewood fingerboard
    -Wide-fat neck carve
    -PRS wrap-around ADJUSTABLE stoptail bridge
    -2 volume 2 tone configuration
    -2 humbucker configuration w/ PRS Tremonti pickups
    -3 way toggle between pickups, offering bridge, neck, and both
    -PRS Phase 1 locking tuners
    -Bird inlays, with ‘Mark Tremonti’ inlay at 12th fret


    UTILIZATION

    In play and feel, the guitar is identical to a PRS Singlecut. For me, PRS guitars play amazingly, obviously assuming it is setup p…
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    While playing with Creed, Mark Tremonti was the second person to be added to the PRS family as a Signature artist. His original model was a slightly ‘modernized’ Singlecut, including

    -25” scale
    -22 frets
    -mahogany body and neck with rosewood fingerboard
    -Wide-fat neck carve
    -PRS wrap-around ADJUSTABLE stoptail bridge
    -2 volume 2 tone configuration
    -2 humbucker configuration w/ PRS Tremonti pickups
    -3 way toggle between pickups, offering bridge, neck, and both
    -PRS Phase 1 locking tuners
    -Bird inlays, with ‘Mark Tremonti’ inlay at 12th fret


    UTILIZATION

    In play and feel, the guitar is identical to a PRS Singlecut. For me, PRS guitars play amazingly, obviously assuming it is setup properly. The neck and body are FAT, and the guitar is heavy, but this does not make the guitar any harder to play in my case, though a shredder used to Ibanez or EBMM ergonomics may feel otherwise. The adjustable stoptail offers full control over intonation, no matter the tuning or string gauge used, which was a must due to all the alternate tuning and varying string gauges that Mark uses. The locking tuners, in my findings, offer no discernable advantage in tuning stability, but make restringing slightly faster and easier.

    SOUNDS

    The biggest changes to the Mark Tremonti model are in the sound. The PRS Tremonti treble is the hottest pickup offered by PRS, and thrives in a hard rock and metal application. Driving a Mesa rectifier, the sound is HUGE. The guitar marries clarity and depth in its sound, which can often be a difficult task with certain guitar/pickup configurations. The neck pickup, on the other hand, is very clean, and drives Mark’s clean sounds. Having heard any of his music (Creed or Alter Bridge), Mark’s clean sound has always been nothing short of beautiful. Between the two pickups, you can cover a lot of ground.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you like the PRS Singlecut model, but want a more modern tone, this is your guitar. Big and aggressive are the only way to explain the sound to expect. For my needs, it is the one guitar I can take completely stock and be 100% happy with it.
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