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PRS SE DGT

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This really piqued my interest! The only complaint I had about the two PRS SE I've had (Bernie Marsden and Singlecut) was the weight. They were pretty damn heavy. The SE One JB now has was nice and light. I wonder what this one will be like?




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Just wish it was gold top with P90s....
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jeremyb wrote: Fri Mar 17, 2023 9:11 am Just wish it was gold top with P90s....
Wouldn't be a DGT then.
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