Paul Reed Smith guitars have to be some of the most beautiful and exotic guitars on the market. They have such a great beauty and contour and build quality. What are the surprising things about these guitars as they seem to vary in comfort ability and ability from guitar to guitar. That is been one of the downsides to these guitars my opinion is that every time I play it always feels much different then the exact same guitar that I just played from Paul Reed Smith. It seems to be that no two are alike even if the model or is the exact same. Not to mention they are very expensive to own and at the cause that they're asking for a new guitar you better expect them to play yoga box. This is not been my experience with most of their guitars however there have been many of them have felt perfect and very comfortable but I just immediately played. So it can be hit or miss with the guitar so I suggest buying one day you've actually played and not buying one that you never played before.
Paul Reed Smith Mira Features:
* Color: Sandstorm
* Body: Solid mahogany
* Neck: Mahogany, Standard carve
* Scale: 25"
* Fingerboard: Rosewood
* Inlays: Bird inlays
* No. of frets: 24
* Hardware: PRS Stoptail bridge/tailpiece
* Tuning machines: PRS 14:1 Phase II low-mass locking tuners
* Pickguard: Matching pickguard and truss rod cover
* Pickups: Mira Treble and Bass Humbucking pickups with coil tap
* Controls: Single volume, single tone, 3-way blade pickup selector, mini coil-tap toggle
* Includes hard shell case
These guitars do you sound very similar to any Gibson guitar you have had experience with. To usually feature mahogany wood for the body and for the neck with rosewood fretboard. They generally come with humbuckers installed and even sometimes a variance of humbuckers that are specific to the Paul reed smith guitar line. Many other guitars also feature a nice quilted or flamed maple top which is one of their selling points because they have such a beauty and elegance to them that I have not seen on any other time. The sound is very thick and chewy but you can also clean up very well in a clean amplifier setting.
You can find PRS guitars pretty frequently because there are very highly used instrument out there in the music world. I would suggest that you play these guitars first before buying so I would immediately cancel any type of online situation. These guitars can vary from feel to feel and guitar to guitar so getting the right one is very important. But if you do find a good one with a good price and this is good to be guitar that you're probably going on for life.
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zet's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" PRS MIRA bird"
PRS aluminum fixed bridge (no top to adjust the harmonics, but hey ...)
Mahogany glued, 24 frets, marks "birds"
PRS Mira pickups humbucker splitable
one volume, one tone, one 3-position selector, a switch to split
Mechanical self-locking (that's fabulous!)
very nice, well made, easy access, for me anyway,
you can do almost everything, I am rather rock in the register, she excels,
plugged into a Blackstar HT 5, it sounds great, even on the clean channel on this amp is fishing.
the bridge pickup is a split in the killing, in fact they are really powerful and Polyval
I recently of OCCAZ, all black, at 1600 euros (original price 2300), the "birds" (I'm not particularly a fan) drive up the price! is soberly belle.j 'had a TV standard us, it was great but the frets, Fender, aging badly, I also had a Korean PRS good quality boosted with Gibson Burstbucker, not bad for the price, the purchase of this guitar "at any do "was appropriate because OCCAZ available, the Mira is the speed at the top in every way.
it is light, balanced finish quality is there, the sound, too, am hooked! This model no longer exists, the output has mapple top, blah ... yeah, there is also the model "cheap" x Mira, no split and no mechanical self-locking, blah, blah blah
If you have the opportunity to test it, it will not leave you indifferent.
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jadest's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in USA
Stopbar home PRS
Micro PRS mira mira acute neck
One volume, one tone and a three position selector switch a single / humbucker.
A handle with quick access to acute ultra easy, this little bomb is swift but it is not an ibanez either. The MIRA has much more character. It is easy to take control.
For blues it is home switchée singles with the neck pickup the sound is just gorgeous. To rock the mics are accurate and furious double.
For the big rock and it does wonders she sings solo and very quickly.
on the other hand for the funk you have to play a bit of the equation and it is great at
PRS is accurate and a little research it does.
I am a professional musician and I use it for 6 months, I tested many mid-range guitars (Washburn N2 strat standard) and high range (eric johnson signature fender, lespaul). For the sound I wanted a guitar powerful with a modern touch but can sound so vintage convaicante. And the look is true that the PRS Vintage Cherry finish is superb.
The value for money is good There is nothing wrong is the price of quality and do it again if I order immediately.