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PRS SC 250 Quilted Maple Top, Wide Fat Neck, Bird Inlays and Stoptail
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The PRS SC 250 electric guitar is a revamping of the PRS 25" scale Singlecut. A hotter treble pickup and an adjustable stoptail bridge make the SC 25...Click To Read More About This Product
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Ideal for playing heavy, detuned rock.
The PRS SC 250 electric guitar is a revamping of the PRS 25" scale Singlecut. A hotter treble pickup and an adjustable stoptail bridge make the SC 250 guitar just right for the heavier gauge strings and down-tuning used in a lot of modern rock.
- Carved figured maple top with mahogany back
- 25" scale, 22 fret mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard
- Dot inlays
- Wide fat neck carve
- PRS adjustable stoptail
- PRS 14:1 low mass locking tuners
- SC 250 truss rod cover
- Gold hardware
- PRS 250 treble and bass pickups
- Volume and tone control for each pickup
- 3-way toggle pickup selector on upper bout
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this is your guitar. Pickups are easily as hot as the Duncan Distortion Mayhem pickups I have in another of my guitars--and they sound fantastic! This guitar is light weight for a single cut, has tremendous feel, and sustains forever. I run mine through a Line 6 POD XT Live and it sounds great with almost any effects dialed in. It kills metal, it sounds great with a more traditional overdrive sound, and when switched to the neck pickup, is a blues machine. With the longer scale neck, I have set mine up with both 10s and 9s and it plays great with both. I play a lot in drop tunings and this guitar plays great with both light and heavier gauge strings. The guitar is easily worth the price. It is beautifully made, extremely comfortable to play, and is a no-nonsense, back to basics rock animal. If you want a tremolo and coil tapping capability, this is not the axe for you--maybe check out the Tremonti model. Also, the guitar pulls off clean tones pretty well, but I have heard better. The pickups are pretty hot if you play clean on full volume. If you dial back a little, though, they sound pretty good. While this guitar has some limitations, if you want to keep it basic and have a guitar that will handle all types of rock and blues, you will not regret buying this guitar. I've had mine for three months now and still can't wait to pick it up every time I see it!
I purchased this guitar several years ago and absolutlely love it. It plays similar to my Gibson L.P standard but with a bigger neck than the 60's. It has a very agressive/hot treble pickup and is great for modern rock. You can get other great sounds from the other pickups as well. I use it for a lot of different tunings and it still sounds great and stays in tune even really low. The build quality of the instrument is perfect with alot of attention to detail. I would highly recommend this instrument who is serious about their playing.