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Familiar for PRS players of old, and a fresh take for players of all types. With an all mahogany body and 22-fret set mahogany neck, this guitar is warm and sweet, making it toneful enough to stand on its own plugged straight into an amplifier and solid enough to serve as a great platform for even the most modern pedal board set up.The #7 pickups are clear and can cover the tonal spectrum from high gain punk and metal to low, bassy blues.
58/15’s are a vintage style pickup with exceptional clarity and focused midrange.The push/pull tone control allows for coil tapping for added versatility.For the player who wants to cover a lot of ground with their music, the S2 Standard 22 is a perfect choice. With an all mahogany body and 22-fret set mahogany neck, this guitar is warm and sweet, making it toneful enough to stand on its own plugged straight into an amplifier and solid enough to serve as a great platform for even the most modern pedal board set up.Returning after nearly a decade of being out of the lineup, the CE 24 is back and better than ever. The PRS Mc Carty model pays homage to a legacy of innovation.As the President of Gibson during a true golden era of guitar building (1950-1966), Ted Mc Carty was a pioneer of the electric guitar and musical instrument industry.The CE 24 pairs PRS’s traditional body combination of the mahogany back and maple top with a bolt-on maple neck and rosewood fretboard.
The neck sports a Pattern Thin carve and satin nitro finish for a natural, addictive feel.
The Vela is the maiden voyage into an offset body shape for PRS and is both elegant and edgy.
Loaded with a PRS-designed Starla humbucker in the bridge and the PRS Type-D single coil in the neck, the Vela has a bright, punchy tone that sounds great plugged into your pedalboard or straight into an amp.
In 1994, PRS released the first Mc Carty, an instrument that incorporated the full spectrum of techniques and knowledge Paul had gained from Ted as well as his own experiences as a guitar builder.
It is in honor of Ted Mc Carty – his knowledge, his friendship, and his memory – that PRS reintroduces the Mc Carty model.
The original PRS Standard, introduced in 1987, evolved from Paul Smith’s Pre-Factory all-mahogany guitars.