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Influenced By What’s Natural: S2 Custom 24

by PRS Guitars on November 5, 2013

Filed Under Electrics / S2 Series

Fall is a great time of year and gives us a great canvas to display our guitars!

Pictured above is the new PRS S2 Custom 24.  Made with a mahogany back and a maple top, the Custom 24 is our USA-made axe at an all new price point.

Learn more about the new S2 Series, HERE.

PRS Wood: The Future

by PRS Guitars on November 4, 2013

Filed Under Shop In Detail

At PRS, we search far and wide for the very best wood to make our guitars.  As Paul has often explained, a guitar’s wood is a key ingredient to its tone.

Because wood is such an important asset to what we do, we are also serious about protecting the environment and making sure we are preserving the forests.

PRS Guitars Celebrates the Re-Opening of the Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore with Guitars for Local School

by PRS Guitars on October 14, 2013

Filed Under Acoustics / SE Acoustics

On Tuesday, October 1, 2013, Hard Rock officially celebrated the Grand Reopening of its newly renovated Baltimore location by partnering with Paul Reed Smith Guitars, a Maryland-based guitar manufacturer, to donate 16 new PRS SE Angelus acoustic guitars to Baltimore’s Frederick Douglass High School’s music department.  The donation, which was accepted by the school’s band director, honored PRS Guitars and Hard Rock Cafe’s long standing traditions ofsupporting local music.  “These guitars are truly a blessing, and I guarantee they will be well loved and well played” said Douglass Band Director, Reverend David Burton.

The Hard Rock Baltimore, located along Baltimore’s famous Inner Harbor, features the world’s largest PRS McCarty model guitar lit up atop the building’s facade.