Zebrawood Private Stock

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<p>Zebrawood Private Stock</p>

This Zebrawood top and Korina back Private Stock was incredibly loud, acoustically.

Comments (4)

Tim Anderson October 14, 2017 - 4:59pm
Where does the zebrawood come from and what species of tree? Ps I'm buying one....
[email protected] September 21, 2016 - 12:37pm
Hey Zaid, not a dumb question at all! From the electronics and hardware layout, it most closely resembles our McCarty model. Copy and paste this into your browser: http://prsguitars.com/mccarty/
Zaid September 21, 2016 - 10:55am
Hi, what is the base model of this beauty? Santana or Mira? Sorry if this is dumb question, I'm trying to figure out what I like for my own private stock :) thanks, Zaid
Ian Perge August 23, 2012 - 7:35am
Beautifully looking and I assume sounding Private Stock guitar, and great tone wood choices! Both my 4 & 5-string Spector Euro Bolt-On EX (Exotic Top) Basses have Zebrawood "tops" - it's not even fair to refer to them as "tops" to the Alder "backs" - the 4 is equal, and the 5 actually has more Zebrawood that Alder! - are the most acoustically loud and punchy of all my basses*, and I actually stripped a Strap-Lok screw head during installation. Even my Tech couldn't remove it, and had to cut the screw shaft flush with the body and slooowly drill a new hole right next door to the original so it would be covered by the felt & Strap-Lok mechanics. The Zebrawood 5-string is my "go-to" Bass and while I love my custom Fretless Euro Bolt-On 5 FM (Flamed Maple) and the high-end "sweetness" that the Maple adds to its "Tonal Cocktail", I still might have built a fretless with a Zebrawood top just to hear how amazingly punchy that fretless would kick through a mix! *Not counting, of course, my Taylor AB-2 acoustic bass guitar. Between its design by the late Steve Klein & Taylor luthiers who made the body wedge-shaped to "force" the lower-frequencies down to it's non-standard placed Soundhole and it's body & top made from an also very dense Brazilian Walnut, it's one of the few ABGs I've heard audible while playing unplugged with an Acoustic Guitar.

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