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Paul Reed Smith and Paul Jackson, Jr. have teamed up to design the JA-15, Jackson's first signature model PRS guitar.

 

The 15" arch top JA-15, though designed with jazz archtops in mind, is designed to adapt to players performing many musical styles, so it is not surprising that several rock musicians in PRS's artist arsenal are loving this model. PRS's latest appointments are also featured on the JA-15, including two 53/10(tm) bass pickups designed to give a smooth, balanced tone, the new thin, hard and clear "V12" finish, and the two-piece adjustable PRS bridge giving the guitar a resonant and musical sound.

 

Additional JA-15 features include a spruce top, curly maple back, mahogany sides, natural binding, 22 fret curly maple neck, 25" scale length, ebony fretboard, "Pattern" neck shape, mother of pearl and paua heart Modern Eagle II bird inlays and an abalone headstock signature, PRS low mass locking tuners, nickel hardware with a gold option, and volume and tone control with three-way toggle.

 

Colors: Amber Black, Antique White, Black, Fire Red Burst, McCarty Sunburst, McCarty Tobacco Sunburst, Smokeburst, Smoked Orange, Tri-color Sunburst, Vintage Natural

 

PRS Guitars Info: www.prsguitars.com

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