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PRS SE Mike Mushok Baritone Electric Guitar
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Mike Mushok of the multi-platinum-selling band Staind joins the PRS family with this signature model SE. The SE Mike Mushok Baritone is the first pro...Click To Read More About This Product
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The first production-model baritone guitar for PRS.
Mike Mushok of the multi-platinum-selling band Staind joins the PRS family with this signature model SE. The SE Mike Mushok Baritone is the first production-model baritone guitar for PRS. Designed to Mike’s specs, this guitar features a 3-piece maple neck, an ebony fretboard and a 27.7" scale length. The Silverburst finish is offset by the white binding around the body and neck and the clean look of the blank ebony fretboard.
Includes gig bag.
- Body Wood: Bound Mahogany
- Number of Frets: 22
- Scale Length: 27.7" Baritone
- Neck Wood: Maple
- Fretboard Wood: Bound Ebony
- Neck Shape: Mushok Baritone
- Fretboard Inlays: No Inlay
- Headstock Inlay: Bound Headstock
- Bridge: String Through Body Stoptail
- Tuners: PRS Designed Tuners
- Truss Rod Cover: "PRS"
- Hardware Type: Nickel
- Treble Pickup: SE Treble Humbucker
- Bass Pickup: SE Bass Humbucker
- Pickup Switching: Volume and Tone Control with 3-Way Blade Pickup Selector
- Strings: D'Addario XL157 - 14-68
- Includes gig bag
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- One Little Fret Issue
Comments about PRS SE Mike Mushok Baritone Electric Guitar:
This is a killer guitar. I was looking to buy something to use that would layer some different sounds with my traditional scaled guitars. I primarily play a Gibson ES 339 that is actually quite versatile, but the range is what it is as far as alternate turnings. It doesn't handle anything really low too well.
Well, I was actually intending to buy a short scaled bass at 30" or less. While at Guitar Center I saw this PRS simply because it was really pretty. Realized after I picked it up that it's a longer scaled (over 27") baritone (B standard tuning). I never made it to the basses. This was what I needed.
The guitar is beautiful and sounds absolutely killer. The stock pickups we quite powerful which I found a little surprising. I didn't buy this guitar because of Stained, and I do understand how they sound- just thought with the typical PRS SE pick ups they wouldn't have the balls these have. One small complaint I have is that the pickups play a bit scooped I would call it.(?) There seems/feels like quite a bit more volume at the high and low ends of the spectrum, and not so much in the mid range. I've fiddled around with my amp to try and address this, but haven't solved it yet. It's not terrible at all, just never noticed it with my Gibson or Ibanez' before. Other than that the electronics are all rock solid. Opening the access plate in back reveals a real tidy wiring job. Super clean.
The only thing I've noticed worth complaining about the build quality would be the fret closest to the neck pick up has pulled slightly out of slot. The guitar does not buzz at all, action is superb; but hitting the strings hard can cause the smallest string to catch the protruding fret. I'm sure all it needs is a little glue and re-pressed into the slot and all will be fine. Small, small complaint.
Overall this guitar is crazy nice for the price, something that I've noticed quite a bit from Korean guitars in this price range. It handles all the deep boomy and chugging distortions you want ( I actually can get some killer Slipknot riffs pumping out of this with out detuning my other guitars), and handles cleans exceptionally well. Be advised though, for whatever reason, I notice the mid range attenuation much more while playing clean.
Buy it, and enjoy it! I'm loving this thing.