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Limited Edition PRS SE Custom Semi-Hollow Bigsby for the UK

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Limited Edition PRS SE Custom Semi-Hollow Bigsby for the UK

The PRS SE Custom Semi-Hollow Bigsby is available in four limited edition colours – Silver Sparkle, Red Sparkle, Scarlet and Black – is fitted, unsurprisingly with Bigsby trem and has a funky new scratchplate.

PRS SE Semi-Hollow BigsbyJust 15 guitars of each colour will be available in the UK.

The rest of the SE Custom-Semi-Hollow Bigsby’s spec remains faithful to the original; mahogany back, maple top, 22-fret Wide Fat mahogany neck and SE treble and bass humbuckers harnessed to a straightforward three-way pickup selector and volume/tone controls.

Recommended retail price for the PRS SE Custom Semi-Hollow Bigsby is £825, which includes padded PRS SE gigbag.

For more information visit www.headlinemusic.co.uk.

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  • I’ve got a Chinese version of the PRS SE hollow Bigsby. I added the Bigsby myself with roller saddles which are a must as the strings simply get stuck. In fact I bought just the rollers for a few quid and fitted them, man that was a chore!!! The dam split washers kept on pinging off and they are teeny……..weeny…… and my carpet is speckled.

    Mines a 24 fret which I like as I don’t play much down the dusty end, but I do have a few favourite spots that get cramped on a 22.

    I also have a tree of life inlay on the fret which is nice…

    Yes it is a bit dodgy, it’s a cheap one but it plays really, really well. I know you can’t compare but I also have a USA PRS custom 24 solid and the Chinese has more of a voice, it almost sings, it has more depth and variations when you work it.

    I play Beatle-type of brit rock, but then I like to Hendrix out with fuzz/drive/phase and the Chinese does that really well! It loves the phase!!

    It’s a bloody mine field trying to find a guitar that sounds like what you hear in your head, but then luckily I have found mine. Okay most non players can’t tell the difference between a LP and a Strat, but I think it’s important to find a guitar that responds right. If it doesn’t make the sound in your head it will throw you.

    Price? It’s not a matter of price, I had a cheap Sitar that everyone loved the sound of, commented on it. Anyhow, my teacher persuaded me to by a more expensive one and my old one complete with a pick up I fitted, went off to Ireland.

    I never ever found one as good as that one, and I feel stupid listening to my computer head that said more expensive was better. I should have just used my ears without my brainwash filter.

    I guess we will all have to go through many guitars before we find the right one, and trying them in the shop doesn’t help much does it, you need time with them using your own set up.

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