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PRS Standard 22 Guitar
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A real player's axe with a wide, thin neck for a super-fast feel without fatigue. The shorter neck length, combined with a nickel stoptail bridge and...Read More
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Combines the musical midrange of all-mahogany construction with no-nonsense style.
A real player's axe with a wide, thin neck for a super-fast feel without fatigue. The shorter neck length, combined with a nickel stoptail bridge and a flawless set neck joint results in supreme sustain-enhancing resonance. Covered Dragon II humbuckers with rotary 5-position pickup selector offer a brilliant tonal spectrum from milky jazz tones to cutting leads. Includes hardshell case.
- Carved all-mahogany body
- Mahogany neck
- 22-fret Indian rosewood fingerboard with 10" radius
- Wide-thin neck profile
- Pearl and abalone moon inlays
- Matching headstock
- PRS stoptail bridge
- 14:1 low-mass nickel locking tuners
- Covered Dragon II humbuckers
- 5-way rotary pickup selector with coil tapping
- Volume and tone controls
Reviewed by 9 customers
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I purchased a Les Paul originally and kept it for about 30 days. After playing the Paul I felt the neck was a little to fat and action was just ok. The guy brought me in 5 guitars to try for the exchange and I never made it passed the PRS. I have a Natural Mahogany with birds and its just splendid. Tone is great, action is better and it looks incredible. This is the guitar you want if you like lightness with great tone...No regrets and very pleases....Veeman
I have had my Std. 22 for over 2 years now. I have a les paul,strat,tele,and without a dought the PRS is the cream of the crop. I belive this is how a SG is supose to sound thick middy and oh so yummy. Can work in any style even death metal you just need to know how to set you amp. The STD.22 will always be MY guitar
I got my PRS Standard 22 about 4 months ago, and I absolutely love it. It is a great guitar for gigs, because of how light it is, but also gives you a big sound, great harmonics, and sustain of a heavier guitar. I also play a Les Paul Classic, and I can't compare the two. They are very different from each other. Although not shown, I own a standard 22 that is black with birds. I play through a Marshall Half stack, usually with as much gain as I can get, and the sound is great. On clean this guitar is fabulous as well.All in all, a fabulous investment and a great guitar.
Fantastic guitar. Light, but still reassurring on your strap. Lovely tone, pickups sound great through any amp. Worth the money.
First off this guitar can't be compared to a Gibson, well at least Studio's or the basic Standard. I'm a Gibson die hard fan and own 4 different models a V, a DC, a SG, and a Gibson Standard Limited Edition. None of these guitars feel like a PRS and all though they all have great tone the PRS stands above them. It is a cheaper PRS compared to some but doesn't play like it. I own a PRS 24 10 top and love it as well but this guitar seems to have a litle more attitude. Of course I'm a rocker through and through.
I played this bad boy at my local music store and its pretty nice. The five-way selector switch makes it good for just about everything except extreme hardcore metal stuff. The overall feel of the guitar is nice lighter then a les paul but as accommodating as a strat. The one i played had the red finish to it and was nicely done with a slight bit of the grain coming through to show the wood. Great guitar for anything really and good alternative to a les paul if you have one or just don't like them. I own a les paul studio myself and must say that the Std 22 would be a great complement to my lp. My favorite thing is the simplicity of the guitar as it very straight forward and fun to play.
I can't say enough about this guitar. I own a LP and USA Strat, and the PRS is my favorite! Build quality and finish could not be better. Sound, sustain, stays in tune, light weight (compared to LP).....what more could you ask for. A little expensive, but worth every penny.
This is the best guitar i have ever bought and it is worth the price
I've been playing guitar for 18 years, I've had several Gibsons, Fenders, Esp's, Ibanez - you name it, I bought a PRS and now have no interest in any of the others! PRS guitars are simply amazing, the fit finish and attention to detail are second to none! It hardly ever goes out of tune - and the intonation it perfect! I LOVE THIS GUITAR! They are very expensive, which is why i never bought one until now, but after buying it I realize it was worth EVERY PENNY! It might actually pay for itself because I have no interset in playing any of my other guitars anymore - so I can sell them! NONE compare to a PRS. If you have the means I highly recommend you pick one up! and no, i do not work for prs - I just know a great guitar when I play it!