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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.
10" fretboard radius
Wide, fat neck profile
Color ” Solana Burst
Private Stock grade bookmatched quilted maple top
Spanish Cedar back
Brazilian Rosewood Fretboard and headstock overlay
Silver outlined abalone birds and headstock eagle
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
Vintage style tuners
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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.