NGD Prs Se One

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  1. caustic69

    caustic69 Well-Known Member

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    Well, I've actually had several NGDs over the last year but usually never get around to posting but I just recently picked up one that I had inspired me to post.
    It's a 2007 PRS SE One. I had been wanting an LP jr type guitar and I had been wanting a PRS as well. I wasn't aware of this model until a couple of months ago and once I knew of it I kept an eye out. Well, turns out I was in New Mexico this past weekend and I ran into this. It does have some scars but in pretty decent shape.

    The bonus is it has had the tuners upgraded to the locking PRS tuners as well as the adjustable bridge and the stock P90 has been replaced with a stacked Seymour Duncan P90. So far so good, it sounds and plays good. I wanted a traditional P90 and I don't have much experience with P90s so perhaps I may put more typical Gibson soapbar in it. It's not that the Duncan sounds bad but I'd like to hear it with a regular P90.
    Anyway I'm pretty stoked about it, lots of fun to play!
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    caustic69 Well-Known Member

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    Looks pretty cool, congrats!
     
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    Congrats!
     
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    Congrats man! HNGD!!!
     
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    That guitar is all I would need to fill in the Junior category. Very nice.
     
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    I never knew that model existed either. It's awesome - congrats!
     
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    The SE one and SE Soapbars were pretty well regarded. Congrats!
     
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    Wow!!! Congrats, I did not even know they made a model like that. Saaweeeet!
     
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    Love P90 Jr.-type guitars. Congrats!
     
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    I have never seen this model! Congrats
     
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    Awesome score, Ive never seen that one myself either. Simple, elegant, PRS quality - can't beat it. Now off to reverb and fleabay for research....
     
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    HNGD!

    That looks like it has a tighter fretboard radius than the normal PRS 10"?
     
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    nice. i can feel that neck just by lookin at it.
     
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    I knew these existed I just don't think I've ever seen one in the wild. I played a Soapbar 2 in the Tallahassee GC about a year and a half ago. It just wasn't what I was looking for at the time. P90's are killer pickups.
     
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    Yeah, it has the wide fat which is the neck I was looking for in a PRS. I'm digging it. Now I may have to try a 245
     
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    Yeah I had never heard about it before. I had been browsing all kinds of PRS guitars, both USA and Import and came across this SE ONE model. I've noticed the SE line has put out some pretty cool stuff that I haven't seen in the USA models unless they are custom shop builds.

    The Bernie Marsden single cut looks really cool as well.
     
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    The Bernie Marsden 245 is modeled after his 59' Gibson Les Paul named "The Beast".


     
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    My prs se Zach Myers signature has a wide fat satin neck—feels amazing makes all my other guitars’ necks feel a little “rustic”
     
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    I love the look of that guitar and the trampas green but I just wish it wasn't semi-hollow.
     

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