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PRS KL 1812 Limited Electric Guitar
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The Paul Reed Smith KL 1812 Electric Guitar has a solid korina body and neck with a 24-fret East Indian rosewood fingerboard. Korina is a lightweight...Click To Read More About This Product
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A limited-edition PRS made out of beautiful, lightweight korina tonewood.
The Paul Reed Smith KL 1812 Electric Guitar has a solid korina body and neck with a 24-fret East Indian rosewood fingerboard. Korina is a lightweight African tonewood that sounds as beautiful as it looks with loads of warmth and resonance. The KL 1812 features PRS Mira pickups with a push/pull tone pot, nickel hardware, locking tuners, and a stoptail bridge. Approximately 100 models of this electric guitar are available now. Includes a hardshell case.
Body Style: Double-cutaway
Body wood: Korina
Neck Joint: Set
Scale Length: 25"
Neck Wood: Korina
Neck Shape: Regular
Fingerboard Radius: 10"
Number of Frets: 24
Nut Width: 1-11/16"
Bridge: PRS Stoptail
Tuners: 14:1 Phase II Low Mass Locking Tuners
Hardware Color: Nickel
Pickups: PRS Mira
Controls: Volume, Push/Pull Tone
Switch: 3-way Toggle Pickup Selector
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I played loudly and poorly some 45 years ago and had not touched a guitar since selling by Gibson ES330TD in about 1968 or so. Now that I am retired, I thought that maybe being more mature might mean that I would actually learn to play. I looked at a few options, and my local store steered me to this PRS KL 1812 because it was one of the rarer production models...sunburst finish and 57/08's from the factory. With the rebate program, it was just too good a deal to pass up. And...what a tremendous instrument. Very easy to play..I can even make recognizable tunes now :) Physically beautiful, lovely tone....easy to play ...there is nothing not to like.
I've been playing for almost twenty years and I've gone through several guitars, including a Gibson ES-336, PRS custom 24, PRS McCarty and fender roadhouse strat and this guitar takes the cake, it's made me excited about playing again, the action is great, the controls are easy to reach, I can get all kinds of tones out of it and most importantly it's just fun to play