Private Stock of the Month - June 2014

Filed Under Electrics / Private Stock Electrics

“Private Stock” guitars are custom-built and made to order. The goal of Private Stock is to create the most beautiful, best playing, and best sounding guitar money can buy. A customer ordering a Private Stock can select their own wood types, pickups, electronic configuration, and so much more.

Each month we will select one of these Private Stock built guitars and feature it on this blog. We will take detailed photos and explain the components that make the guitar unique.

The customer who ordered this guitar chose their authorized PRS dealer and came to our Maryland Factory to pick the top and back woods from our Private Stock wood vault.  With the help of his dealer, he spoke directly to the luthiers building and staining his guitar to ensure the color and build would be exactly what he envisioned.

Top Wood: One-Piece Burl Maple
Back Wood: Koa

Faded Aquamarine Smoked Burst
Poly / HG Nitro

Neck Wood: Cocobolo
Fingerboard Wood: Ebony
Scale Length: 25”
Inlays: Old Birds - Chryscolla Blue/Green w/ Black Vein
# of Frets: 22
Neck Shape: Pattern
Veneer Wood: Ebony
Veneer Inlay: Old PS Eagle - Chryscolla Blue/Green w/ Black Vein

Tuning Pegs: Phase III Locking
Tuner Buttons:Ebony
Bass Pick-up: 59/09
Treble Pick-up: Modern Eagle
Electronics: V. T. 3-way toggle w/ coil tap
Hardware Color: Mixed
Bridge: Aluminum Stoptail with Brass Inserts
String Gauge: 10
Truss Rod Cover: Ebony w/ Inlay
Backplates: Cocobolo
Case: Black Leather PS

Comments (4)

Colin brittingham June 24, 2014 - 1:00pm
Speechless right now such a beauty!!!
Cliff June 24, 2014 - 10:38am
I agree with Scott, abalone is the obvious material to match this top. If you wanted to fancy it up a bit (as far as the birds go) you should have used 513 or modern birds.
Carl Bauer June 23, 2014 - 6:31pm
a true work of art. It inspires me just looking at it. WOW. Very lucky customer.
Scott June 23, 2014 - 2:36pm
Gorgeous overall. I wouldn't have gone with the blue birds, but other than that love it. This burled wood almost looks like a paisley pattern - very cool!

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