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Standard 22, Autre Guitare Electrique Solid Body de la marque PRS.


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  • Fabricant : PRS
  • Modèle : Standard 22
  • Catégorie : Autres Guitares Electriques Solid Body
  • Fiche créée le : 17/06/2006

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Note moyenne :5.0( 5/5 sur 4 avis )
 3 avis75 %
laulec05/11/2013

L'avis de laulec"un cran au dessus !!essayez en une"

PRS Standard 22
la mienne est sans vibrato,pas plus mal pour eviter les resonnances ressort (pour les grosses distos metal)


UTILISATION

le manche est entre la lespaul et la 335 avec un petit plus magique en confort qui rappelle la fluidité d ibanez(eh oui!)
la sculpture generale est tres rassurante,et tres feminine, le manche collé et le poid sont tres prometteurs
en fait l impression est indescriptible,c est comme quand on essaye une porsche pour la premiere fois
c est mastoc,puissant et tres fluide
pour vous dire les accords sont toujours justes meme quand on tire sur le manche
cette guitare est organique!! comme le dit l avis precedent.
tres sensuelle!!

SONORITÉS

sortant d une lespaul, les micros de la prs sont beaucoup plus precis pas forcement plus puissants que la lp
on va dire plus hifi avec le grain preservé,qui reste bien rapeux.
le son n est jamais desagreable meme a fort niveau,il a meme une ampleur decuplée, c est monstrueux.
pour les sons clairs ca n est pas une strat mais ca peut l etre une 10 aine de minute sans rougir.
non sans rire elle peut meme faire du jazz avec les cordes et l ampli et le gratteux adequat

AVIS GLOBAL

3mois que je l ai et mon respect augmente de jours en jours
je l utilise avec une tete engl fireball et un baffle n o s black warrior 2*12 couplé a un thiele like
un sans fautes pour une entree de gamme!!
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Hadjy29/11/2003

L'avis de Hadjy

PRS Standard 22
Bon pour la fiche technique vous avez déjà tout sur le site ! Du pur bonheur !

UTILISATION

Le manche est des plus agréables ! Fin, d'excellente frets, rapide, avec un accès au aigus tip top ! La guitare n'a rien à envier aux femmes du point de vue de ses formes ! Elle est exquise ! De poids moyen il faut savoir ce qu'on veut quand on parle de qualité ! Et on obtient un son d'enfer pour tous les types musicaux très facilement en jouant avec la tonalité et surtout les 5 positions micros !

SONORITÉS

Personnellement je touche à tous les styles musicaux (rock, métal, jazz, classique, funk,..) même si je joue dans un groupe de punk ! J'ai une tête d'ampli JCM 800 avec une double baffle 2x120W et le son, que dis-je.. LE SON est au rendez vous ! C'est simple on peut tout faire avec un son parfait pour chaque style ! JAzz, punk, rock, métal, funk, bossa, ... elle avale tout et délivre un son de rêve !

AVIS GLOBAL

Personnellement je l'ai depuis l'été 2003 et j'en suis fou ! J'ai aussi une strat de 75 et il est vrai qu'avec ses deux guitares mon coeur ne sait plus où donner de la tête ! Les coloris de cette guitare sont magnifiques ! Le bois est de super qualité avec un long sustain pour les notes ! Bref rien à dire ! J'ai essayé bcp de guitares avant, en passant par les sg, les paul, lag et autres et je dois dire que même si ce sont d'excellente guitares, aucune ne m'offre autant de polyvalence que ma prs ! Ok le prix est très cher mais moi je l'ai eu pour 1500 € à plus de 1000km de chez moi après avoir marchandé pendant plus de 2 semaines alors je m'en fou lol ! Avec l'expérience il est clair que je referais le même choix ! Le bonheur à un prix !
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drkorey16/04/2011

L'avis de drkorey (contenu en anglais)"One of the Best Guitars I've Owned"

PRS Standard 22
This is a 1996 USA made set neck guitar. Specs as follows:

•Body: Mahogany
•Neck: Mahogany
•Fretboard: Rosewood w/ moons 22 frets
•Neck Shape: Regular carve
•Radius: 12" Compound Radius
•Frets: Regular PRS
•Bridge: PRS wrap around
•Hardware: Chrome
•Gears: PRS wing-tip
•Electronics: Volume, Tone, 5-Way rotary
•Knobs: Plastic
•Neck /Bridge Pickups: PRS Dragon I
•Finish Colors: Dark red/cherry


UTILIZATION

Access to the upper frets is somewhat limited by the neck heel and shallow lower horn cutaway. You will need to alter hand position to get to the upper frets/notes.

There is a nice variety of sounds available from the two humbuckers and 5-way rotary pick up switch and it is easy to get a nice array of tones.
The guitar has perfect balance and a great medium thick neck. Very comfortable standing or sitting.

I've got the action set at 3/64" all the way across the neck - it is a great and easy player!
My particular guitar is very light but packs huge tone!
The PRS Dragon I pickups are just outstanding. Some of the best I've played.

SOUNDS

I use this guitar with custom built Peters amplifiers, which are kind of a cross between a Peavey 5150 and high gain Marshall/VHT with a little Boogie thrown in, a VHT Sig-X and an Egnater MOD 50. The amps were paired with an Avatar 4x12 that had Celestion G12h -30's and a Splawn 4x12 with Governor/ManOWar speaker combo, a Earcandy Buzzbomb 2x12 w/ Scholz speakers and a Mojotone 3x12 w/ Celestion CL-80's.

I usually go for a nice thick Jerry Cantrell AIC tone, to use with my modern rock/metal band. This guitar can get you any tone you want and good cleans. Suits my style of music perfectly.

I also use this guitar in a few cover bands that I've played in which includes songs from The Rolling Stones, Kings of Leon to RHCP, Poison and System of a Down. It does well with all styles.

This guitar has very nice fat lead tones and nice thick tight rhythm tones that cut through well.

Positions 2 and 4 on the rotary (single coil) do sound weaker than the other positions.

You will also have to watch the amount of bass you dial in on the amp because your tone may get bass heavy with this model.

OVERALL OPINION

If this guitar would have had stainless steel frets (which I use exclusively now) I would have kept it longer than the three years I did. I did think about having ss frets installed on it but I thought it might ruin the fabulous tone it had as it was. I also wanted to sell it without the Dragon I pickups (because I could have used them in other guitars) but no buyer wanted that option.

Overall this was a beast of a guitar (in a good way). Lightweight, sounded monstrous, the regular neck carve was a dream to play on.

Value for the used price was a great deal! Knowing what I know now I would have made the same choice every time with this guitar. It was my first PRS (of many) and it was the one I held onto the longest before getting spoiled by ss frets.

I have owned many guitars and had a number of years where I would buy, try and flip, which enabled me to have many guitars around to try out.
This PRS standard is ranked right up there with the best of them in overall satisfaction. This guitar has beat out Ibanez RG's, Charvel/Jackson's, Gibsons, TA's and PRS's that have been in my collection - and I was able to sell them off.

Only a lack of ss frets and shallow lower horn cutaway lower the overall score from 10 to 9.
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contenu en anglais
iamqman13/09/2011

L'avis de iamqman (contenu en anglais)"Excellent buy"

PRS Standard 22
Paul Reed Smith guitars are an exceptional boutique guitar for the working musician and not the budget musician. All they they do make some guitars that are conveniently price they're not up to the standards and specs that you would see from many of the guitars that got Paul Reed Smith to where it's at today. They have a great looking a great field to them with their chunky thick max and there are mix between a Gibson Les Paul and Fender Stratocaster guitar. They usually come with a nice finger quilted maple top on top of a mahogany wood in a mahogany neck with the rosewood fretboard. They generally have humbuckers installed and the pick up slots so you get a good chunky sick rhythm tone.

These guitars are pretty easy a play and if you have a good amplifier to go along with this guitar and you'll be set. Keep the necks are pretty big and thick so if you have big hands at a work for you but if you have smaller hands sometimes this won't be ideal. You might be looking for a Ibanez thickness of the neck rather than this guitar.

This guitar features to home buckers and you have a volume and control knob as well as a pickup selector. The scale length is a 22 scale length which is a one another shorter versions of their product line. It's a great overall guitar it's a great getting guitar and as a pretty decent sound if you're into the Gibson Les Paul sounded to Gibson overall sound primarily because it features mahogany wood throughout most of the construction of the guitar itself.

UTILIZATION

Carved all-mahogany body
Mahogany neck
22-fret Indian rosewood fingerboard with 10" radius
Wide-thin neck profile
Pearl and abalone moon inlays
Matching headstock
PRS stoptail bridge
14:1 low-mass nickel locking tuners
Covered Dragon II humbuckers
5-way rotary pickup selector with coil tapping
Volume and tone controls

SOUNDS

These guitar sound fantastic. If you playing through a Paul Reed Smith guitar amplifier because I guess they're voiced together to match each other perfectly. Generally the Paul Reed Smith guitar ants are a low to medium game so you're getting get a lot of notes separation clarity when he plays guitar through one of those in. The great overall sound and the high gain pickups will allow you to get a good hard rock and classic rock tone from grandpa fires. If you use in conjunction with the solid distortion or overdrive pedal you can get some great hard rock tones as well. I primarily like Paulie Smith guitars especially this one with a high gain amplifier. Just to use with a marshall or a Mesa boogie and you can get some great solid hard rock in the metal tones with this guitar. These guitars take drop tuning very well so don't be afraid to use that your discretion.

OVERALL OPINION


At new these guitars coming right around $2500 which is a pretty expensive price for guitar but then again this is for a touring professional and a professional guitarist list that time and knows exactly what they want. This is a great guitar for someone who's engaging musician and wants to put a great instrument or hands for recording and live purposes.
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