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Meet The Models: Sonzera Amplifiers

by PRS Guitars on February 13, 2017

Filed Under Amplifiers / Meet The Model

In just one month since its release, our Sonzera ampflier family has been receiving great feedback from a wide variety of artists, publications, and gigging musicians. If you haven’t yet heard the Sonzera, we’ll give you the scoop here.

Missed Connections: CE 24 Standard Satin

by PRS Guitars on February 7, 2017

Filed Under Electrics / Core Electrics / Missed Connections

<p>CE 24 Standard Satin</p>

“Missed Connections” are our way of making sure you have a second chance to see all of the great limited run guitars that we make - often in small batches! This missed connection features a unique limited order-window guitar released last year, the “CE 24 Standard Satin” Check out this blog to get a closer look at this limited run and find a dealer who still has one in stock!

PRS At NAMM 2017

by PRS Guitars on January 13, 2017

Filed Under Acoustics / Amplifiers / Electrics / Events

It’s that time of year again as we trek to sunny Anaheim, California for the annual NAMM show! The National Association of Music Merchants or “NAMM” is a music industry trade show inaugurated in 1901. The show exists to support the music industry and show the world the latest innovations in musical products, recording technology, sound, and lighting.

PRS 2016 Year In Review!

by PRS Guitars on December 22, 2016

Filed Under Acoustics / Electrics

<p>PRS 2016 Year In Review</p>

2016, what a year! Dozens of great PRS events around the world, countless relationships with new artists, and a big list of new product releases to help you find your musical voice. Join us for a look back at our product releases over the past year!

PRS & Music Education: An Interview with Tyler Larson // Music Is Win

by PRS Guitars on December 12, 2016

Filed Under Acoustics / Electrics / Tips & Education

<p>Music Is Win PRS</p>

Paul Reed Smith and our company believe that guitar building is an ongoing process of discovery. In the same way, we believe guitar playing is an ongoing process of discovery. And of course to be discovering means you need to be learning! In this blog post series, we interview music educators who love PRS and have built businesses that educate tens of thousands of musicians.