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PRS S2 Vela

Other Shape Guitar from PRS belonging to the S2 series.

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Paul Reed Smith adds a new Vela model to its S2 series of solidbody electric guitars.

The new PRS S2 Vela is a versatile guitar equipped with a Starla humbucker bridge pickup and a home-made Type-D single-coil model at the neck position, and a push-pull tone knob splits the humbucker coils for expanded tonal capacities.

PRS also debuts on this new guitar a Plate-type bridge with two brass saddles designed specially for high sustain and precise intonation.

 

 

Specifications:

  • Beveled offset mahogany body
  • Mahogany neck, Pattern Regular shape
  • Rosewood fingerboard with 22 frets and Dot inlays
  • Scale length: 25“
  • PRS S2 locking tuners
  • PRS S2 Starla humbucker bridge pickup and S2 Type-D single coil neck pickup
  • Master volume, master tone with coil-tap push/pull action, 3-way pickup selector
  • PRS Plate-style bridge with two brass saddles
  • Nickel hardware
  • Black pickguard
  • Finishes: Antique White, Black, McCarty Tobacco Sunburst, Seafoam Green, Sienna, Vintage Cherry and Vintage Mahogany

More info at prsguitars.com.

 

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