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A classic signature model with a comfortable short scale neck.
The Ted McCarty SC 245 Electric Guitar is a limited edition that honors PRS Guitars acclaimed mentor. Made in the spirit of the original PRS Sunburst Series, this guitar boasts a short 24-1/2" scale, special bound fretboard, original PRS birds, Santana headstock shape with curly maple veneer and 1957/2008 pickups. PRS includes a hardshell case with the McCarty SC 245.
The Ted McCarty SC 245 is a perfect electric guitar for the more traditional single-cutaway players. The 24-1/2" scale and vintage appointments make the PRS SC 245 instantly comfortable to players who grew up using short scale guitars. The PRS wide fat neck profile has a comfortable chunky feel you'll love. The PRS SC 245 headstock is adorned with vintage Kluson tuners. The sweet sounding PRS 1957/2008 pickups and their placement under the strings give the SC 245 guitar a voice that is classic, eminently recordable and gig-ready.
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Comments about PRS Ted McCarty SC 245 Electric Guitar:
I just picked up a new SC 245 in Jet white with Gold Hardware. It had been sitting around at a local store for months and i finally was able to get it for the price i wanted. I have been playing strats for 27 years (dang, I'm old now) and I can honestly say that this PRS is THE best guitar I have ever ever played. I've played Les Pauls, 335's, the best strats etc. And the quick assesment at the store was that this was a cool looking and cool playing guitar. Sounds nice. Now, I can not put it down. I wake up to play this before work and all night long. Just because it feels RIGHT. sounds RIGHT. no matter what. YOu can NOT go wrong with this guitar unless you just don't care about tone and playability... before owning it, i would have said it's over priced. If you can swing the cost, do it, you will NOT regret it...