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PRS Mark Tremonti Signature Model Electric Guitar
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The PRS Guitars Mark Tremonti Signature Model has a wide-thin neck, a thicker headstock with Phase II locking tuners and a PRS tremolo bridge with tr...Click To Read More About This Product
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Heavy sounds from a light, comfortable axe.
The PRS Guitars Mark Tremonti Signature Model has a wide-thin neck, a thicker headstock with Phase II locking tuners and a PRS tremolo bridge with trem-up routing for an extra pull-up of pitch. This signature guitar has two humbuckers with a three-way pickup selector on the upper bout and a volume and tone control for each pickup.
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- 25" scale mahogany 22-fret neck with rosewood fretboard
- Mother-of-pearl bird inlays
- Neck carve - Tremonti wide thin
- PRS tremolo with trem-up routing
- PRS 14:1 Phase II low mass locking tuners
- Tremonti truss rod cover
- Nickel hardware
- PRS Tremonti Treble and Bass Pickups with covered bass pickup
- Volume and tone control for each pickup
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This is by far the best quality, craftmanship and most beautiful guitar I own or have ever owned. Hot guitar, heavy riffing, Les Paul tones and better! I own Gibson Custom Shop Les Pauls and this deffinitely ranks up there with them. In some ways better. Beautiful top, great wood work and over all this guitar is amazing.
10 top! Hot pickups! Beautiful Top! Heavy Les Paul feel and playibility but in my opinion BETTER!
The best quality of all the guitars I have ever bought. The first PRS I have owned and it honestly makes me appreciate the workmanship and craftsmanship that goes into a guitar like this.
Worth every penny!
I love this guitar and I will never part from it. It plays great straight out of the case. PRS' has perfected the guitar we all know this. They broke the mold though when Mark Tremonti and PRS got together to make in my opinion the best guitar yet. I own three Tremonti's and love them all.
The best sounding guitar for the type of music I play. Smooth neck pickup makes everything sound amazing. The bridge pickup is like a kick in the face. The best part about this guitar in my opinion, is the construction of the instrument. I love the separate tone and volume knobs per pickup. I like having my neck pickup on low volume strumming away then when its time to shred switch pickups and this guitar will melt your face.
Beautiful guitar, well build. You wouldn't expect anything but the best from PRS
May seem like its high priced but this is a instrument for a serious player. Best part is, if for some reason you ever decide to sell this work of art the value holds. I've seen PRS' hold the same sale price 15 years down the line. I've never seen guitars values hold that well.
I saved for 2 years to buy this and do not regret it at all. I gave a 4.5 for features because of no push/pull single/humbucker setup, but that's all it's lacking. The bridge is awesome and stays in tune with what little whammying I have done. Changing strings is a breeze with the locking tuners and this thing stays in tune for FOREVER! It's takes time getting used to tuning with a floating bridge, but don't despair. If they had a value for "tone" on here, I'd give it a 10. You get everything from almost acoustic to crazy output with the 2 pickups. Great guitar from PRS!
A lot of people write reviews and give quality 5 but this guitar is the most flawless, beautiful sounding, quality instrument I have ever played in my life. The bridge stays in tune no matter what you do (after the strings are done stretching of course) and the sustain it has is beyond what i thought a guitar was capable of. I have played every guitar you can think of, I own plenty of guitars as well and this has instantly become my favorite guitar I've ever touched. I really cant say enough good about this guitar, yes its expensive but it literally has no flaws...not one...i spent over a half an hour when i first got it trying to find even a tiny imperfection on any part of the guitar because they ALL have at least one little thing somewhere. Not one, its the bugatti of guitars if u will. The pickups are the best sounding ones ever made in my opinion, i actually had them installed on one of my other guitars years ago and they make EMGs sound like "duncan design" pickups. My one dislike has nothing to do with the guitar its just that musiciansfriend doesnt offer very many of the available colors for this model. PRS offers like 12 different color options.
I ordered one of these in Charcoal Burst from a local dealer, and after waiting 5 weeks I finally got it. When I opened the case, my jaw hit the floor...this guitar is simply gorgeous. PRS didn't skimp out on any of the details on this guy - the tuners are top of the line and amazingly responsive, the pickups are perfect for rock, the neck is super fast, the body is solid and carries sustain for days and it came tuned perfectly out of the box. I had the action lowered just a bit, but overall this guitar blows everything else I've ever played out of the water. My line consists of this, a Tremonti Morley wah, a Blackstar HT-Boost pedal and ends with my Blackstar HT-40. That's literally all I need - this thing sounds and plays like a dream.
I just got my Tremonti Signature yesterday and I can't believe how nice it is. First thing that hits you is the craftsmanship. It is like a playable piece of art. Just a gorgeous guitar. Then I played it. There was no adjustment period necessary. The neck felt like it was made specifically for my hands and I was able to effortlessly fly across the strings and fretboard. Now the best part about this guitar is the sound. It sounds like no other guitar I've ever played. Neck pickup is warm and round, while still having sparkle at the top. Bridge pickup is nice and hot with lots of bite and growl. Put them both together and you get a really nice spanky marriage of the 2 tones. I doubt highly that very many people wouldn't like this guitar. It is just soo nice, both tonally and visually aestheticly pleasing. If you have the means, I highly recommend one.
This is the first PRS I've ever owned, and I almost settled for the SE version a while ago so I could get the guitar sooner - glad I waited! The guitar practically plays itself, and the sound is tremendous. Great clean tone from the neck, great dirt from the bridge, and it adapts well to alternate and drop tuning without truss rod adjustments. The locking tuners and easy to use tremolo are a winning combination - I own quite a few ESPs with the Floyd Rose licensed bridges, and they are a pain to change strings on and tune. Not this beauty. I'm a huge Tremonti fan, which is the reason I bought it (and I've always wanted a PRS), and I will never buy another new guitar that isn't a PRS. My only complaint was a small divot by the pick up toggle switch that was painted over, but unless you inspect the guitar with a keen eye it's not noticeable. The pick-ups do put out a lot of hum if you're not running your effects loop to minimize white noise, but properly grounding your pedal board will fix that. This guitar lives up to the hype AND is worth the price!