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PRS Experience PRS 2012 Limited Edition P22

Other Shape Guitar from PRS belonging to the Special Edition Guitars series.

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PRS introduces 2 new Experience 2012 guitar models: the Custom 24 and the P22.

The Custom 24 is the original PRS that has continually been updated through the years The P22, introduced in 2012, is PRS Guitars’ first solidbody piezo-equipped guitar. Piezo systems allow guitarists to wield both acoustic and electric guitar tones in one instrument.

 

Special appointments for the Experience 2012 limited edition of the Custom 24 and P22 include: Artist grade figured maple tops, figured maple necks with Mexican ebony fretboards and truss rod covers, Macassar ebony headstock veneers, Artist bird inlays with the small “pre-factory” eagle inlaid on the headstock – green heart select centers with green ripple outlines, Experience PRS 2012 pickups with engraved covers, ten colors and an Artist case. One hundred of each model will be available worldwide.

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Experience PRS 2012 Custom 24 Specs:

Artist grade figured maple top, African mahogany back, 24-fret,  25” scale length figured maple neck with Mexican ebony fretboard and truss rod cover, Macassar ebony headstock veneer, Artist bird inlays with the Experience “Pre-Factory” Eagle inlaid on the headstock – green heart select centers with green ripple outlines, Phase III tuners (Hybrid hardware), PRS tremolo. Neck Profile: Pattern Regular.  Electronics: Experience PRS 2012 treble and bass pickups with “Experience PRS 2012” engraved covers, one volume and one push/pull tone control with a PRS 5-way blade switch.

Available in Autumn Sky, Bitchin’ Bev, Blue Crab Blue Burst, Bonnie Pink, Cherry Vanilla Burst, Faded Abalone Smokeburst, Jade, Livingston Lemondrop, Old Antique Vintage Natural, Solana Eclipse finishes.

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Experience PRS 2012 P22 Specs:

Artist Grade figured maple top, African mahogany back, 22-fret,  25” scale length figured maple neck with Mexican ebony fretboard and truss rod cover, Macassar ebony headstock veneer, Artist bird inlays with the Experience “Pre-Factory” Eagle inlaid on the headstock – green heart select centers with green ripple outlines, Phase III tuners (Hybrid hardware). Neck Profile: Pattern Regular. Electronics: 53/10 treble and bass pickups with “Experience PRS 2012” engraved covers, one volume and one tone control with piezo electronics.

Available in Autumn Sky, Bitchin’ Bev, Blue Crab Blue Burst, Bonnie Pink, Cherry Vanilla Burst, Faded Abalone Smokeburst, Jade, Livingston Lemondrop, Old Antique Vintage Natural, Solana Eclipse finishes.

 

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