PRS make some of the most beautiful guitars in the world, and in 2018, they've continued to spearhead their outstanding range with the SE Custom 22 Series! Designed to capture the essence of a Paul Reed Smith instrument, the SE range play and feel like instruments far beyond their price tag.
Now they are offering a new Semi-Hollow version of this stunning instrument, giving you a whole new tonal palette that'll take your breath away.
PRS may be mainly known mainly for their solid body guitars but they also make incredible semi-hollow guitars as well. With a semi-hollow guitar you get a totally different sound with a bunch of warm overtones that really suit blues and rock styles.
Semi-hollow guitars are also a lot lighter that their solid body counterparts meaning you can take them from gig to gig without any strain on your back.
This versatile instrument gets a lot of its voice from its pair of 85/15 “S” pickups, based on the amazing 85/15 humbuckers used in many of PRS' American Core line models. Delivering plenty of output, these searing pickups can handle copious amount of gain should you wish, but also clean up nicely with clean amp settings. And with the ability to coil-split the humbuckers via the push/pull tone control, you can also attain glassy single-coil sounds.
Just like the solid body model that came before this semi-hollow model has incredibly high-quality construction with the same parts we all love. Made with a mahogany body and beautiful flamed maple top attached to a 'Wide Thin' carve mahogany neck topped with rosewood this guitar has the same quality feel you have come used to with PRS.
Thanks to their choice in woods this guitar not only looks great but has a deep warm sound and even feels great as well. With the 'Wide Thin' neck everyone from shredders to blues cats will immediately feel at home on this guitar.
- Chambered Mahogany Back
- Flamed Maple Veneer
- Mahogany Neck
- Rosewood Fretboard
- 25" Scale
- 22 Frets
- PRS Designed SE 85/15 S pickups
- PRS Designed Stoptail
- PRS Designed Tuners