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The Private Stock “Periscope Guitar” #2 Is Complete!

by PRS Guitars on March 2, 2016

Filed Under Electrics / Private Stock Electrics

What’s this “Periscope Guitar” you ask? ...Well it started a few months ago when we grabbed Paul Reed Smith and asked him if he wanted to try something new. We showed him an app called Periscope. Using the app, we were able to live-stream a broadcast of Paul inside our Wood Vault - a special section of our shop where we keep our finest Private Stock grade woods. During the broadcast, Paul solicited the help of viewers to select woods for what we have now affectionally dubbed the 2nd “Periscope Guitar!” The guitar came out great! Check out this blog post to view the Periscope broadcast and see the finished guitar!

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

by PRS Guitars on February 24, 2016

Filed Under Electrics / Private Stock Electrics / Meet The Model

2015 was the year of our 30th Anniversary, and now that it’s behind us, we have a new exciting year to focus on, 2016! This year is special because it celebrates the 20th Anniversary of our custom shop, affectionally known as Private Stock. For this anniversary year, Private Stock is bringing back the “Guitar Of The Month” program - a new experimental guitar design will be released in small numbers each month of 2016! Check out this blog post to see the February Guitar Of The Month!

Meet The Dealer - Seaford Music!

by PRS Guitars on February 24, 2016

Filed Under Meet The Dealer

Our dealer network is important to us here at PRS Guitars! After all, they’re the folks taking care of our guitars after we make them and before they get into our customers hands! We started “Meet the Dealer” so you can get an inside peek at some of the shops that sell PRS Guitars. Check it out!

Off To The Races

by PRS Guitars on February 22, 2016

Filed Under Electrics / Events

Hello! Jack Higginbotham here – President of PRS Guitars. I recently returned from the Rolex 24 at Daytona, our partner IMSA’s most high-profile racing event. I have not attended this race in a few years since the NAMM show (the music/gear industry’s largest tradeshow) and the Rolex have traditionally landed on the same weekend, so it felt somewhat nostalgic to land at the tiny Daytona airport and make my way back to the track. Here is a bit of a story about the weekend…