In 2002, Jordan Hoyt’s love for guitars and a desire to work with his hands led him to a job at PRS. Today Jordan is one of the two ‘scrapers’ in our Finish Hall. With exceptionally steady hands, Jordan is responsible for scraping stray paint off of our bindings and writing the serial numbers on our headstocks. Learn about his day-to-day work at PRS and his life as a lefty guitarist!
“From The Archives” takes an in-depth look at historically significant instruments, documents, and other goodies stored in the archives of our Maryland factory. This episode is a different approach to our normal filming process as Paul and Marc flip through one of the early PRS scrapbooks from the comfort of their own homes. Paul and Marc discover old photographs, advertisements, and cherished memories from the good old days, all recorded over a zoom call. See all this and more on our newest episode of From The Archives!
In 2017, Lindsay was looking for a change from her job as a home health aide. Her husband Jacob, a PRS employee of 13 years, suggested she apply to work at the PRS factory. Now almost three years later, she credits that decision as one of the best she’s ever made. She spent a few months as a neck sander before moving over to our inlay team - where she is an inlayer, or “inlay perfectionist” as she puts it.
Throughout our company’s history, the Dragon models may be the most visually striking instruments we’ve ever created. From ornate inlays featuring abalone, gold, and pearl, to our most highly figured woods, every limited edition Dragon is a union of art and musical instrument. In this blog we look back at every PRS Dragon ever created and share some special new video footage commemorating our latest 35th Anniversary Dragon.
Developing an entirely new guitar, let alone three of them, is no easy task. It takes a village to pull it off paired with a significant amount of communication, dedication, and vision. To help tell the story of bringing our McCarty 594 instruments to the S2 line, we interviewed two key PRS employees who were particularly involved in this project. In this blog we explore the inspiration behind the original PRS McCarty instruments and how we brought the spirit of the McCarty 594 models to our S2 family.
With over 280 days of sunshine a year, California not only provides a great tan, but also a prime location for supporting our West Coast artists and cultivating new relationships with musicians in the area. For that reason, we’ve built a PRS showroom nestled in LA’s CenterStaging - a premier rehearsal and backline facility. In this blog we interview PRS Director of Artist Relations, Bev Fowler, for some insight on this location, how it helps meet the needs of our artists, and how our company views relationships with musicians.