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PRS Starla Electric Guitar
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The single-cutaway PRS Guitars Starla has many vintage-themed appointments. The Starla is the first PRS solidbody electric guitar to feature a standa...Read More
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A PRS with vintage features and modern playability.
The single-cutaway PRS Guitars Starla has many vintage-themed appointments. The Starla is the first PRS solidbody electric guitar to feature a standard Bigsby B5 tailpiece and a Grover Tune-o-matic-style bridge. The PRS Starla also includes exclusive Starla treble and bass pickups.
The Starla guitar's solid mahogany body is accented with a 24-1/2" scale rosewood fingerboard, a solid mahogany neck and dot inlays. Proprietary alnico magnets incorporated into the pickup design contribute to its unique clean and crisp sound. But they're also capable of rich harmonic overtones when driven. Other features of the PRS Starla include a uniquely shaped black plastic pick guard, tone and volume pots, and a 3-way pickup selector.
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- Style: Single Cutaway
- Wood: Mahogany
- Finish: Gloss
- Neck: Mahogany
- Scale Length: 24-1/2"
- Neck Shape: Wide Fat
- Fretboard: East India Rosewood
- Number of Frets: 22
- Fretboard Radius: 10"
- Fretboard Inlays: Dots
- Nut Width: 1-11/16"
- Hardware Color: Nickel
- Tailpiece: Bigsby B5
- Bridge: Grover Tune-O-Matic
- Tuners: Vintage Style
- Pickguard: Black
- Pickups: Starla Treble And Bass
- Controls: Volume And Tone Control
- Pickup Selector: 3-Way Blade Switch
- Case: Hardshell
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Comments about PRS Starla Electric Guitar:
Love this guitar! I sold some good stuff to get it and don't regret it one bit. I had a Grestch stumpomatic that I loved to play and really dug the sound it has. Then I caught a glimpse of the Starla and played one. It may look like a Grestch to some and it may have a filtertron type of sound but that is only a fraction of the story. The vettes are made in China, this guitar is made in Maryland. I really shouldn't have to say more but I will. The finnish is flawless and the sound really is all it's own when you start to put it through it's paces. I'm playing it through Bassman reissue and a Blackstar peddle just like I did with the Grestch, the sound is much more harmonic and has richer highs that don't flatten out. Don't get me wrong...love the Grestch, it's a great guitar but the PRS is an awsome guitar. When you're ready to move up the PRS Starla is an obvious choice. American made quality and sound that is within reach of the working man.