Paul Reed Smith

PRS CE 24 Vintage Sunburst


By 2016, New Release No Comments
PRS Guitars announce the re-introduction of their CE 24 model. The original CE (which stands for Classic Electric) came out in 1988 and was the first bolt-on Maple neck from PRS. It lasted for 20 years in the linup then discontinued in 2008 but now it’s back … Read More

PRS SE Dave Navarro Jet White

PRS SE Dave Navarro

By 2012, Artist Signature Models, New Release No Comments
Dave Navarro is only the third PRS artist to have both a Maryland-made and SE signature model (with Carlos Santana and Mark Tremonti coming before him). The Jane’s Addiction guitarist’s SE model boasts a beveled maple top, mahogany back, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, and SE HFS and SE Vintage Bass pickups with a push-pull tone control and 3-way toggle. His SE model also has his signature Jet White finish and gold hardware.
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PRS P22 Violet


By 2012, New Release No Comments
Paul Reed Smith Guitars is proud to add the P22, the company’s first piezo-equipped solidbody guitar, to its 2012 lineup. The P22 comes standard with a redesigned PRS/LR Baggs piezo system. PRS and LR Baggs partnered more than a decade ago to design the piezo system found in PRS’s popular hollowbody models. This new system retains the same circuit design as the existing system, giving the P22 the same tonal authenticity and real world practicality as PRS hollowbody guitars… Read More


PRS SE Bernie Marsden

By 2012, New Release No Comments

Closely designed with Marsden himself, the SE Bernie Marsden offers classic appeal with today’s quality and dependability. Appointments include a Vintage Sunburst maple top with flame maple veneer and crème binding along the body’s top edge and a 24.5” scale length, 22 fret wide fat mahogany neck with bound rosewood fretboard. PRS designed SE 245 humbuckers, two volume controls and a single tone control with a 3-way toggle pickup selector round out the offerings.
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PRS Rolex Sports Car Series SE Trophy


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PRS Guitars is teaming up with In Tune Monthly magazine and Guitar Center to complement a 2012 official partnership with GRAND-AM Road Racing. 2012 marks the third year that PRS has partnered with GRAND-AM Road Racing’s Rolex Sports Car Series by providing race-winning teams with unique trophy guitars.
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PRS SE Custom Semi-Hollow

By 2011, New Release One Comment

The SE Custom Semi-Hollow has the same basic appointments as the SE Custom – mahogany back, maple top, 22-fret wide-fat mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard and SE humbucking pickups. The addition of a hollow chamber and modern f-hole give it a musical midrange and internal reverb that make this a very light, comfortable and versatile guitar.
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PRS DC3 Antique White


By 2011, New Release No Comments
Featuring a flat alder body, bolt-on neck, steel bridge components, and three proprietary PRS single coil pickups based on PRS’s award-winning 513 model platform, the DC3 has a warm, vintage tone and loads of modern appeal. The steel components in the bridge retain the balanced resonance of the alder and provide a clear, but expansive tone, and the three-pickup configuration combined with a 5-way blade pickup selector offers ample switching possibilities. You’ve got to hear this guitar.
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PRS 2011 Custom 24 10-Top Black Gold Burst

PRS 2011 Custom 24 10-Top

By 2011, New Release No Comments
The guitar that Paul Reed Smith took to his first tradeshow in 1985, the Custom 24, is back with a whole new flavour! The PRS 2011 Custom 24 10-Top Electric Guitar has been updated for 2011 with a V12 finish, a Pattern Thin mahogany neck, and uncovered 59/09 pickups wired for PRS’s redesigned 5-way blade switch, which gives you a dual humbucker option for the first time.
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signature model

PRS Tremonti II

By 2011, Artist Signature Models, New Release No Comments
Mark Tremonti began to collaborate with PRS on his dream guitar that would soon become the Mark Tremonti Signature Model. He needed pickups that were a little more aggressive and could complement his rhythm playing which contains a lot of palm muting. The neck of the guitar needed to accommodate his style, influenced by thrash metal, shred, and traditional blues. PRS met these needs with the Pattern Thin neck carve.
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