I am using a Carvin/Kiesel CT624C. Similar to a PRS, but not. I have played a few of those but prefer Carvin now Kiesel but same company.
Floyd Rose equipped 24 fret, royal ebony fretboard, quilted maple top wood over mahogany body and neck. Neck has dual action truss rod and carbon fiber reinforcement rods. Carvin S22 metal covered pickups (more of a vintage sounding pickup), actually they are my preference on most of my Carvin guitars.
Most of my recordings were made with the Bolt C guitar (similar to a strat but with Floyd Rose bridge, black limba body, 1/4" thick flamed maple top, maple walnut neck with birds eye maple fretboard.) in bottom picture it is on the left. Both guitars are priceless to me as I fear they would be hard to replace. I think there was one song I did called Denial that I used one of my DC400 (3 piece walnut body with maple walnut neck though and active tone controls) as for background. Most of the lead work done with the Bolt C. If you have not listened to my other stuff, click on the user name to see the tracks. Not all the same style as I vary what I play. Most just ideas. Sounds better with the bass and drums, though about adding it but left it out for emphasis on the amp and speaker cab. I sort of play drums and bass too but for only a little over a year now. Check them out if you want to. I will not hold you to it. Also note on some of my older work I used a Boss GT-100 for the recording as I found some difficulty mic-ing the amp without some loss in tone. I figured it out though and an attenuator helps too. Few tricks to learn. Also in the recordings I did, I had too much attenuation since you can hear the string and pick from the condenser mic I placed outside of the room to capture ambience. I did not use the power soak on the amp but I could have come to think of it.
Another picture, guitar on the right.