PrS SE Santana, Orange Finish, With Gigbag

PrS SE Santana, Orange Finish, With Gigbag
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Price: £599.00
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The relationship between Carlos Santana and Paul Reed Smith started in 1976 when Paul went backstage at a Santana show with a guitar he'd built for another '70s star.

The Paul Reed Smith SE Carlos Santana signature is a double-cutaway electric guitar with a mahogany body, maple top and flame maple verneer. 24.5-inch scale length wide fat mahogany neck with a 22 fret rosewood fretboard with PRS Old-School Birds inlays. Other features of the Paul Reed Smith SE Carlos Santana signature electric guitar include a PRS designed tremolo, PRS designed tuners, volume and tone controls, 3-way pickup toggle switch, and dual PRS designed Santana humbucking pickups.

Carlos Santana's influence as a Paul Reed Smith guitar player led to the development of the PRS SE series of electric guitars. The new Paul Reed Smith SE Carlos Santana signature electric guitar is the first guitar in the SE series with a shorter 24.5-inch scale length and the first SE with the shape based on Santana's American-made PRS models.



PAUL REED SMITH PRS SE CARLOS SANTANA SIGNATURE ELECTRIC GUITAR FEATURES


BODY
Back: Mahogany.
Top: Maple with Flame Maple Veneer.
NECK
Number of Frets: 22.
Scale Length: 24.5-inches.
Neck: Mahogany.
Fretboard: Rosewood.
Neck Shape: Wide Fat.
Fretboard Inlays: PRS Old-School Birds.
HARDWARE
Bridge: PRS Designed Tremolo.
Tuners: PRS Designed Tuners.
Truss Rod Cover: PRS.
Hardware: Nickel.
Treble Pickup: PRS Designed Santana Humbucker.
Bass Pickup: PRS Desigend Santana Humbucker.
Pickup Switching: Volume and Tone Control with 3-Way Toggle Switch.
Orange finish.
Ships with gig bag.

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