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Vintage PRS Paul Reed Smith Hollowbody Electric Guitar

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Vintage PRS Paul Reed Smith Hollowbody Electric Guitar



PRS Guitars also known as Paul Reed Smith Guitars is an American guitar manufacturer headquartered in Stevensville, Maryland, founded by guitarist and master luthier Paul Reed Smith in 1985. PRS has a reputation as a manufacturer of high end electric guitars made in the US, and known for their custom shop instruments. However since the 1990s they have expanded production to Asia, where they manufacture the more affordable 'SE' line of instruments. As of 2013 they have begun making more affordable guitars in the US with their 'S2' line. PRS Guitars also manufactures guitar amplifiers. One of PRS's most notable endorsers is Carlos Santana. In addition to this, many other artists endorse the company, including Mike Oldfield, who has used a PRS Artist Custom 24 for studio recordings and live shows since the late 1980s; Clint Lowery; Mikael Åkerfeldt; Dave Navarro; Ted Nugent; Al Di Meola; Mark Tremonti and Orianthi.



The bodies of most PRS guitars are crafted of mahogany, with a maple top on most models. They often feature highly figured tops, including flame maple, quilt maple and figured maple creating the effect of tiger stripes. A small number of bodies feature white Limba, referred to as Korina by luthiers. PRS necks are usually made from mahogany, although some models feature maple or Indian or Brazilian rosewood necks; fingerboards on production models are normally made of rosewood.

Vintage PRS Paul Reed Smith Hollowbody Electric Guitar


Top Wood: Maple Top with Quilt Maple Veneer

Body Wood: Mahogany

Number of Frets: 24

Scale Length: 25"

Neck Wood: Maple

Fretboard Wood: Rosewood

Neck Shape: Wide Thin

Fretboard Inlays: Pearloid Birds

Bridge: Designed Tremolo

Tuners: Designed Tuners

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