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Meet The Model: November Private Stock “Guitar Of The Month”

by PRS Guitars on December 8, 2016

Filed Under Electrics / Private Stock Electrics / Meet The Model

<p>November Guitar Of The Month</p>

2016 is a special year because it celebrates the 20th Anniversary of our custom shop, affectionately known as Private Stock. For this anniversary year, Private Stock has brought back the “Guitar Of The Month” program - a new experimental guitar design will be released in small numbers each month of 2016! Recently, we released the November Guitar Of The Month!

A Closer Look: The McCarty 594 Models

by PRS Guitars on November 30, 2016

Filed Under Electrics / Core Electrics

<p>PRS McCarty 594</p>

The PRS “McCarty” was born from a passion for vintage tone. Since the introduction of the original McCarty model in 1994, the McCarty lineup has expanded as our company has evolved. Today we are armed with a greater understanding of vintage instruments, more research, and new models that push us towards our goal of building a perfectly modern, “vintage” instrument. Read about the journey here.

PRS & Music Education: An Interview with Michael Palmisano // Guitargate

by PRS Guitars on November 4, 2016

Filed Under Acoustics / Electrics / Tips & Education

<p>Guitargate 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.

How To Prevent Guitar Tuning Troubles

by PRS Guitars on October 24, 2016

Filed Under Electrics / PTC (PRS Tech Center) / Tips & Education

There are few things more frustrating than a guitar that constantly falls out of tune, and as a company we know this! We want you to spend more time rocking than tuning, so we go to great lengths in our factory to make sure you get a stable and reliable instrument. However, once the guitar is yours, there are a few best practices you’ll need to abide by to keep your guitar playing in tune for all its days. Learn more in this blog post!