Schecter research to prs se

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KellyAM

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Joined: 09/03/19

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I'll give a quick drop for my first guitar which was a beautiful Schecter. It looked nice and played well. But as time went on I began to realize, the fret board was simply too skinny and I couldn't grip the next without cramping my fingers. Otherwise great guitar!

Traded back in before my new one last night, a PSR SE. Next fits my hands way better and the sound options are fully loaded.

As for amps, I started off with a Fender Musstang v.2. It was cool but the Fender software doesn't work so you're on your own for setting up presets and storing them which is a little clunky. Otherwise great tone for indoor practice and can get quite loud.

I sold that back on the streets for the same 50 bucks and bought a Line6 modeling amp. Never looked back! Great amp and has cloud software you can use to download and instantly configure user presets.

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I'll give a quick drop for my first guitar which was a beautiful Schecter. It looked nice and played well. But as time went on I began to realize, the fret board was simply too skinny and I couldn't grip the next without cramping my fingers. Otherwise great guitar!

Traded back in before my new one last night, a PSR SE. Next fits my hands way better and the sound options are fully loaded.

As for amps, I started off with a Fender Musstang v.2. It was cool but the Fender software doesn't work so you're on your own for setting up presets and storing them which is a little clunky. Otherwise great tone for indoor practice and can get quite loud.

I sold that back on the streets for the same 50 bucks and bought a Line6 modeling amp. Never looked back! Great amp and has cloud software you can use to download and instantly configure user presets.

matonanjin2

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Joined: 08/11/17

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Congratulations on the new PRS! Which SE model did you get? It is just nearly impossible, in my opinion, to go wrong with a PRS. Impeccable attention to detail, unbelievable playability and they are just so gorgeous. I have a couple handfuls of guitars, 2 of which are PRS. The others are the usual suspects: Gibsons, Strats. I have to force myself to play anything but the PRS.

Enjoy your new guitar a long time!

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Congratulations on the new PRS! Which SE model did you get? It is just nearly impossible, in my opinion, to go wrong with a PRS. Impeccable attention to detail, unbelievable playability and they are just so gorgeous. I have a couple handfuls of guitars, 2 of which are PRS. The others are the usual suspects: Gibsons, Strats. I have to force myself to play anything but the PRS.

Enjoy your new guitar a long time!