Well....now that I have had a chance to rip on it fully I can say I am in love ....I mean seriously in love... it plays better than butter... more like hollandaise sauce it has sustain for eons !!!!! It excels in all aspects.... my other guitars will be very lonely I like the Dragon II pups....the neck is nice and beefy. (I think the fretboard is Brazilian rosewood...really pretty) It feels so well built.... I think I busted both nuts playing it. the action is really low and it is effortless to play it. I cannot say enough, it's just plain sic.....did I mention the tone!!! oh yes my friends it is THE guitar for me. sorry for being away...moved and busy with work....got a sweet gov't paint job coming up (it is a new armory being built) ----300,000 sq. ft. for me and my bud...it is prevailing at $42 an hr. to do friggin' primer!! now I know where my tax dollars go
Nice Eric!!! Do you like the toggle action better? what pups are in the Single cut?
I prefer the toggle switch over the 5-way rotary. It's much easier to quickly switch between pickups with the toggle switch. You don't have as many tones available (unless you have a coil tap), but I never use the 2 and 4 positions on the 5-way anyway.
The SE Singlecut just has "PRS designed" pickups. They're nothing special, but sound pretty nice. I'll probably eventually upgrade them to some PRS HFS and Vintage Bass pickups with a coil tap, though.
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Awesome PRS you got there.....I've always wanted one, but everytime I've actually had the cash, I ended up buying something else.
Back when I still had my Ernie Ball Music Man EVH, a guy at my local music store offered to trade me 2 of this PRS guitars for the EVH. I never considered it at the time, but if I could go back I'd jump all over that trade.