PRS Guitars officially announced the first in a series of acoustic guitars: The Angelus Cutaway and the Tonare Grand models.
Full production will commence in early 2009.
PRS acoustic models come standard with features such as German spruce tops, dark rosewood or curly mahogany backs and sides, Peruvian mahogany necks, red spruce and mahogany bracing, exotic inlays and rosettes, and thin shatter-hard all nitro finishes.
Options include Celtic knot rosettes and inlays, Adirondack red spruce tops, and ebony fretboards and bridges. These instruments incorporate a bracing pattern designed to maximize volume, provide a musical balance between the bass, mid-range and warm high-end and give an articulate tonal response.
The PRS line of acoustics will be displayed at NAMM in PRS booth #5320.
For more information, visit their web site at www.prsguitars.com.
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