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PRS Private Stock Single Cut Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar
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This one-of-a-kind Paul Reed Smith guitar features a single-cut, semi-hollow body with a high grade, bookmatched quilted maple top, a Spanish cedar b...Click To Read More About This Product
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If you're looking for a singular instrument with excellent woods and superb craftsmanship, you've found it.
This one-of-a-kind Paul Reed Smith guitar features a single-cut, semi-hollow body with a high grade, bookmatched quilted maple top, a Spanish cedar back, and a fretboard and headstock overlay made of Brazilian rosewood. PRS # 7 treble and bass pickups carry this guitar's beautiful tones to your amp, and a 3-way toggle gives you tone options. Inlays include silver outlined abalone birds and an eagle on the headstock; nickel hardware matches the overall look perfectly. With hand selected tonewoods, a special figured-grain-enhancing stain technique and a small crew of highly talented, seasoned guitar makers, this Private Stock instrument is designed to take your breath away every time you open the case.
- Singlecut [semi-hollow]
- 22 frets
- 10" fretboard radius
- Wide, fat neck profile
- Color ” Solana Burst
- Private Stock grade bookmatched quilted maple top
- Spanish Cedar back
- Mahogany neck
- Brazilian Rosewood Fretboard and headstock overlay
- Silver outlined abalone birds and headstock eagle
- Nickel hardware
- PRS # 7 treble and bass pickups
- 2 volume and 2 tone controls with a 3 way toggle pickup selector on the upper bout
- Strung with 10 gauge strings
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This guitar is awesome, it is perfet for any style of music, from jazz to metal (yes, I did say metal) and everything about it holds up. In saying that, it doesn't look veery 'metal' with this finish. The Brazilian rosewood fingerboard makes you feel like Santana - except, for, you know, the skills and all that. But thats a minor detail. I swear. But seriously, it holds tune, its sustain is never ending... the perfect instrument.