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[NAMM][VIDEO] PRS launches the S2 Series

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PRS unveils at Summer NAMM the new S2 Series, with three electric guitars.

The PRS S2 Series (for Stevensville S2) is manufactured is Paul Reed Smith's workshop based in Maryland. The idea behind this series is to offer guitars that combine vintage and modern design with affordable prices.

The three S2 Mira, S2 Starla and S2 Custom 24 guitars share a beveled asymmetrical body and a flat top. They all feature PRS S2 locking tuners and PRS' Pattern Regular neck shape. The pickups are specially wound for each guitar.

The mahogany body guitars are available in Antique White, Black, McCarty Tobacco Sunburst, Seafoam Green, Sienna and Vintage Cherry finishes.

The maple body instruments have Antique White, Black, Black Cherry, Blue Crab Smokeburst, Dark Cherry Burst, Gray Black and McCarty Tobacco Sunburst finish options.

S2 Custom 24 details:

  • Double cutaway mahogany body
  • Figured maple top
  • Mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard with 24 frets and Birds S2 inlays
  • Scale length: 25"
  • 2 PRS S2 HFS Treble and Vintage Bass humbucking pickups
  • Master volume, push/pull master tone and 3-way blade pickup switch
  • PRS bridge with tremolo
  • Nickel hardware
  • "Custom" engraving on the truss rod
  • Price: $1399

S2 Mira:

  • Double cutaway mahogany body
  • Mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard with 22 frets and white Dot inlays (S2 Birds as an option)
  • Scale length: 25"
  • PRS S2 Mira Treble and S2 Mira Bass humbucking pickups
  • Master volume, push/pull master tone and 3-way blade pickup switch
  • PRS Stoptail bridge
  • Nickel hardware
  • "Mira" engraving on the truss rod
  • Price: $1179

S2 Starla:

  • Single cutaway mahogany body
  • Mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard with 22 frets and white Dot inlays (S2 Birds as an option)
  • Scale length: 25"
  • PRS S2 Starla Treble and S2 Starla Bass humbucking pickups
  • Master volume, push/pull master tone and 3-way blade pickup switch
  • Tune-O-Matic bridge with Bigsby B50 tremolo
  • Nickel hardware
  • "Starla" engraving on the truss rod
  • Price: $1249

Discover the PRS S2 Series at www.prsguitars.com/s2series/ and on video with artists using the guitars on PRS' YouTube channel.

 

 

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