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PRS SE Bernie Marsden - Vintage Sunburst
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LP-Shaped Guitar from PRS belonging to the SE Signature series.

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  • SlapKidSlapKid

    Great guitar, a bit expensive but good for the korea

    PRS SE Bernie Marsden - Vintage SunburstPublished on 09/21/12 at 13:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I've had it about a month, I think this is a variation of the model 245 with the same hardware and pickups.

    Set neck, large and C-shaped profile, 22 frets medium width, color is less red than the pictures, the better it is rather a beautiful tobacco sunburst.

    Table archtop reported but not much more than a flat epi lp standard.
    Mechanical vintage, once the strings in place, it is lapped agreement rather well.
    The tailpiece / bridge is beautifully done, it's clear that it's a nice piece in the right palm ... Not too embarrassing, I would just as Favorite 2 large screws are imbued because the slot is a little sharp anyway.

    Impeccable accuracy, d'addario strings of origin, perfect…
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    I've had it about a month, I think this is a variation of the model 245 with the same hardware and pickups.

    Set neck, large and C-shaped profile, 22 frets medium width, color is less red than the pictures, the better it is rather a beautiful tobacco sunburst.

    Table archtop reported but not much more than a flat epi lp standard.
    Mechanical vintage, once the strings in place, it is lapped agreement rather well.
    The tailpiece / bridge is beautifully done, it's clear that it's a nice piece in the right palm ... Not too embarrassing, I would just as Favorite 2 large screws are imbued because the slot is a little sharp anyway.

    Impeccable accuracy, d'addario strings of origin, perfect action, know work there ... (built by world musical instruments co ltd korea)

    UTILIZATION

    Well, do not be allergic to the disposition paul (pre-selector and volume misplaced selector) like me ... I installed according to my preferences, or switch between the two buttons (one master volume and one for the microphone splitter serious) and it is now a perfect fit.

    The pickups are not original and split but it is easy to do if you do not even ten inches ... they are not hooded and in practice only the grave gives relevant results split.

    These pickups have a nice definition, the dog, the bass is beaded to perfection, it is far from the classic epiphone up (not bad but softer and less defined, more smokey jazz actually). Anyway here are made of rock and solo, bernie anything.

    SOUNDS

    To empty the guitar sounds great, and this flashy, with body and some heat, and strong. Which is found on well connected.

    I was surprised by the dog and the definition, in fact my Gigi worn brown les paul do better.
    So I had absolutely serious microphone splitter and I recommend manipulation possibilities multiply both brilliantly.

    Personalized with microphones as bright I would not put too much gain on the amp all comes together. With a clean amp behringer wd300 warp and it is a treat no one stops more, this pedal extremely well mastery treble.

    In crunch, clean, rock, solo is Christmas and I understand that this guitar bernie himself this stock on the net, it is really good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The total with my two mods, zero additional cost all round, electronic design aesthetic is all good.
    And it's a signature model.

    Does suggest that prevents more expensive than a les paul studio faded Gigi is overkill for the korea, a marketing perspective / prestige / resale value.

    But hey, to you find the right plan huh
    I will update if necessary.
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  • tjon901tjon901

    A nice SE singlecut that happens to be a signature

    PRS SE Bernie Marsden - Vintage SunburstPublished on 02/07/12 at 10:47
    Bernie Marsden was one of the early guitar players in Whitesnake. He has been active again recently and now has a PRS signature mdoel. This is the PRS SE Bernie Marsden model. At first I didnt realize this was a signature guitar. It doesnt have any crazy markings on it I just thought they fixed the control layout on the normal PRS SE Singlecut. That being said there arent many differences between this model and the normal PRS SE Singlecut but all the changes make the guitar better in my opinion. The guitar has a mahogany body with a maple top. The top has a flamed maple veneer on it which is quite nice. The guitar has a set mahogany neck with a modified wide fat profile. It is a bit fatter …
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    Bernie Marsden was one of the early guitar players in Whitesnake. He has been active again recently and now has a PRS signature mdoel. This is the PRS SE Bernie Marsden model. At first I didnt realize this was a signature guitar. It doesnt have any crazy markings on it I just thought they fixed the control layout on the normal PRS SE Singlecut. That being said there arent many differences between this model and the normal PRS SE Singlecut but all the changes make the guitar better in my opinion. The guitar has a mahogany body with a maple top. The top has a flamed maple veneer on it which is quite nice. The guitar has a set mahogany neck with a modified wide fat profile. It is a bit fatter and based on one of Bernies personal guitars. Up top on the headstock there are Kluson style tuners that are non locking but hold tuning well. The bridge is the PRS Wraparound style bridge that works fine. The pickups are normal PRS humbuckers in a Zebra pattern. The controls are in a more traditional layout. The pickup selector is on the upper bout and the controls consist of two volume knobs and a master tone.

    UTILIZATION

    These import PRS guitars have great features and feel for the price. This guitar has a more traditional feel than some of the other PRS Singlecuts. The neck is nice and chunky like an old Les Paul. The vintage style tuners are vintage style but hold tuning a lot better than real vintage pickups. The bridge is the wraparound PRS design but they have refined the bridge over the years and it works great. The intonation on the bridge is perfect with the guitar. The guitar has a 24.5 inch scale which gives you a more Gibson style feel as well. To add to the more traditional feel the guitar is full thickness like you would get on a real Les Paul.

    SOUNDS

    The pickups in this guitar are nothing special but they get the job done. For their import models PRS uses some decent all around pickups. I dont know what specific model these pickups are but they have a very old school tone to them. They are medium output and have a good bite to them. The pickups clean up great and are very touch sensitive. They have great dynamics for no name pickups. The bridge pickup has a bit of bite to it. If you play with the volume knob you can get nice tones from dirty to clean. Playing in Whitesnake you know Bernie needs a good heavy sound. These can do a good classic rock tone but also have a good overall tone to them. The neck pickup has a nice PAF style bluesy tone to it. It works well with the bridge.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is the good kind of signature guitar. Bernie actually plays these unlike a lot of PRS endorsers. A lot of them have PRS SE signature models but play the made in the USA model. Bernie says this guitar is absolutely fine and he gigs with it. It does not have any crazy markings on it that make it stand out either. Just the Bernie Marsden signature on the headstock. Les Pauls all have signatures on their headstock so a signature on the headstock is nothing to get mad about. These guitars are very well priced too at only about 600 dollars. These can compete very well with Standard Gibsons in fit and finish and playability.
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