Originally Posted by Sam I Am
You can keep your PRS. The mixture of a Les Paul and an Ibanez cover all my required tonal qualities. A PRS doesn't do that for me. If I were to buy a third guitar, it would be a Fender.
The selling of my Les Paul is to help offset the cost of purchasing a new telescope.
Current running $1,099.
ie Telescope > owning two electric guitars. Then it's Ibanez Prestige > Gibson Les Paul for the type of music I mostly play.
My Ibanez and a cheap acoustic I got for Christmas.
Have you ever played a PRS? I had never played one until I bought one. Actually, I played one and then forked over $2,500 for it. I actually lost a grand by auctioning it. But I needed the money fast, so I didn't even put a buy it now price up.
In any case, I didn't think to put it up here.
Having said that, my schecter c-1 classic is still up there. It's starting bid is at $200, a great deal. More than money, it was depressing to see my guitars sit around not being played. I wish someone would use them because I sort of lost the will to play music. Maybe it'll come back someday; maybe not.
Good luck selling your guitar. I wasn't trying to dis LPs. I like them for certain things. I just liked my PRS so much I spent way too much money on it. And I, too, had two many guitars. LOL