NGD? PRS SE Single Cut Korina

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  1. MetalSG

    MetalSG Active Member

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    I must wait for seller confirmation, but it seems that it will be my new guitar.

    I played an SE sigle cut before and they are nice instruments.

    I really like the no bells and whistles look of the Korina Single Cut.
     
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    AngelDeVille Well-Known Member

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    is it the one with the single coils?
     
  3. MetalSG

    MetalSG Active Member

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    No. It has two humbuckers. However, I might install push-pull pots for coil splitting in the future. I know it´s not th same thing, but it works for me :D
     
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    Bettyboo Well-Known Member

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    I had something similar - looked amazing, but I never really enjoyed playing it...

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    I found the wide falt neck made my wrist ache very quickly.

    PRS Korina single cuts look really beautiful, imho - hopefully, you'll get on with yours great. :)
     
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    cerebral gasket Well-Known Member

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    I had the same exact guitar in the past for a short while. Got rid of it for the same reason. Low frets with wide flat neck was not a good fit for me to play.

    To anyone who thinks necks don't matter and can get used to any neck, good for you.
     
  6. MetalSG

    MetalSG Active Member

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    I just picked it up. Very beautiful. The neck is fat and wide, but probably not fatter than that of the Custom ´72 Tele I owned not long ago. A very, very fat nech with a 7.25 inch radius. But I liked the guitar a lot. It felt really substantial (it is also on the heavier side). Teles have that special "something" tonewise. And I could manage with it. I will, eventually, get another Custom ´72 as a second, single coil guitar.
     
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    I like their fat wide necks too.

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    We need to see it to believe you though :)
     
  8. MetalSG

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    Pictures coming soon!. The wide fat necks are convinent for me, since I have large hands (a friend of mine once told me I have "bass olayer" hands)
     
  9. AngelDeVille

    AngelDeVille Well-Known Member

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    Pictures, or we take the battery out of your Boss Metal Zone...
     
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  10. MetalSG

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    Here it is. It definetely needs new strings. It has a relatively thin body, and its lightweight. It has "moon" inlays. 20191211_192807.jpg 20191211_192427.jpg 20191211_192405.jpg 20191211_192347.jpg 20191211_192326.jpg
     
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    papagayo Well-Known Member

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    Nice guitar, I played a PRS SE a few years ago, very fond memories
     
  12. MetalSG

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    Thank you. I think I will enjoy it.
     

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