PRS Paul Reed Smith Tremonti SE Electric Guitar with Gig Bag

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    Product Description

    The PRS Tremonti SE is the most affordable PRS currently available.
    But don't let the price fool you. This is still a real PRS - built to only the highest standards of quality, and finish. Features include a solid mahogany body, a one-piece mahogany neck, body and neck binding, and bird inlays. A cordura gigbag is included.

    Product Specifications
    PRS Tremonti SE Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Body: Mahogany with binding
    • Neck:
      • Mahogany (st-in)
      • 22 fret
      • 10in radius
      • Bound rosewood fretboard
      • Wide-fat neck carve
    • Headstock: Bound with Tremonti SE logo
    • Hardware:
      • PRS designed Stoptail
      • PRS designed non-locking tuners
    • Electronics:
      • PRS designed Humbucking pickups
      • 3-way toggle pickup selector
      • 2 Volume controls
      • 2 Tone Controls
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  410-643-9970 Warranty:  2 Years
    Thomas R Orner from United States
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    Not A Bad Buy!
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    Everyone says the same thing when you purchase a guitar for under 500.00 bucks, expressing how the guitar was worth the Cost. Yea, that's usually why the value is set so low to begin with. I purchase on average 6 Guitars a year. I played the PRS Santana and fell in Love a while ago. I Purchased the Santana model 3 months before I purchased this PRS Tremonti SE and that is why I posted as low as I did regarding Stars. I will say that if I had purchased this guitar first I would have given it more but I was spoiled with the Santana model. PRS Santana was only 100.00 + more but man was that worth the extra cash because I can't find a guitar at or around 500.00 that plays like it. Overall PRS is a great guitar even though it's Manufactured in Korea it's still American Quality Specs and I would put it up against the Gibson SG I purchased recently for 900.00 made in another Country or my Fender Strat I got in NOv for 700.00 made in Mexico. Its all relative to the Feel and Sound.
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