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PRS SE One user reviews
Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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lvokko's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
PRS SE One
Corp. mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard
Said handle "wide fat" Stoptail Bridge prs
22 frets, 1 micro P90 prs "soapbar"
The handle is great, I bought it without trying it, I trusted the advice found on the net, it is big enough to hold it right, and at the same time largely permissive (this is not for shred a priori), I knew the sleeves thinner, I really enjoyed myself on that one. Perfect for me (I have fairly large hands).
Super ergonomic, lightweight, no worries, access to the latest strips is never easy I think I may be too big fingers, whatever the guitar for me when I say that but I've seen better ca is widely. I had a washburn n2 before.
Sound: I bought it for that, I like the P90 to turn the volume and the sound slap. The clear I'm a fan full saturation also knowing that if you want to do big nag I think this is not the best guitar, but I'm having to ring almost everything plus a real personality .
It is also good agreement, therefore great tool when you want to play without thinking, with time it will be even better.
I wanted a guitar that makes rock, for a grain I like the combination to acajou/P90 proven initially I was lusting over a Gibson LPjunior, we are in the same register.
The micro slap it right in acute, there really is a great personality I think, and especially it is very responsive to nuances, we maintain the treble whatever the volume.
I take pleasure in playing with the single volume knob and it is very useful, I do not feel the need before, but not really one to choose.
P90 are the buzz, good for the moment this is not the case with me, in any case it is not obvious that it's more to my taste. Must see on the big gear what happens, and often there is a noise gate so ....
I played on a roland cube, which sounded good with my old guitar, but still sounds the best is the simulation for a real lamp that kills her with the grain of Pete Thownsend Who. This is what I wanted and I got it.
I really enjoyed this guitar for P90 and personality, a good amp all-tube (I will test soon), and it's gone, it deserves.
I've had a week, I'm having as a kid, I got new Slims in price to about 380euros, it's worth.
I played for ten years, and although I have not tested all that is done, I think it is a good instrument. At the same time I support less humbuckers.
With guitars like the prs wanted to offer good stuff but accesible, I would say 10 out of 10 dasn both cases (it is always subjective!)
The finishes are more qu'impeccables, I always regretted it a gibson LPjunior, this say about other reviews.
Summary: level money nothing to say, Prs made good instrument, the best Asian Korean what I said, I do not even want American models so I think this model is workable. Apart from that I have also taken to make upgrades in the future (micro switch, tone knob, pickguard ....) but suddenly I think it is because I expect this guitar really my taste .
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hutrond's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
made in Korea.
There's no simpler, a joystick, a microphone P90, a volume.
This gave me more, The handle is a little big, but it's also what I like, otherwise the build quality is ok ok varnish is not catch tetanus with the edges of frets and the P90 origin not sound bad at all.
The neck is as I said a little big but it suits me, I do not shred the sleeves,
The weight is very reasonable, access to acute enough. After it is also a choice, there is a microphone and a volume, I wanted more guitar with 2 microphones, sweat and push buttons everywhere, we are always there to change and fiddle with the knobs is a return to simplicity and also to force myself to find the rest in the fingers attacks and return to using the volume knob (there is that the running)
for sound, in my case it's perfect, I go out on a Tiny Terror head with a Marshall cabinet with no effect and in parallel on a koch Studiotone him to some effect (but not too much). With a sound that was very thick, simple, perfectly crunchy, filled with good AC and AC passes in the mix between the lumberjack and bassist
It's been a year since I played with, I had the other, I always have it with others but this one I play most and that I enjoy most, and risk repeating myself, before I tended to want to change a microphone pass singles, double, back and ultimately the return to simplicity, there is nothing to fiddle with the focus a bit more about his game is saying that the tone has been following the place where we attack the following crunch force of the attack ... etc.
I would do without hesitation that choice