Originally Posted by Baird6869
It looks gorgeous.
I played a few older PRS basses in the past and I was less than impressed to say the least. Hopefully they play and sound better than they did in the 90's.
+1 on this ^
Our guitarist collects PRS guitars and has more than any one human being should be allowed to own.
At rehearsal he pulled out a discontinued PRS bass similar to the one below and began to tell me it's high cost, rarity and how great it was. I played it and, meh, sort of bland. They seemed to just take their guitar spec's and made it bigger with 4 strings and called it a bass.
Don't get me wrong, I would have gladly taken the bass for a reasonable price. I hate to say it but, the early 80's Fender P-bass, Squier series he has collecting dust in the studio played better at 1/10th the cost. I hope PRS has created a better design. At that cost, anyway.