PRS Guitars

Electric guitar body wood and neck wood: How tonewood affects your guitar’s sound

Are you building an electric guitar or trying to decide which electric guitar to buy next? Many aren’t aware of this, but the type of wood used on your guitar can actually have a big impact on how the guitar sounds. The guitar body wood and the guitar neck wood, also known as tonewood, can range in look, feel, and more importantly, sound. There are plenty of electric guitar body woods to cho...[Read More]

PRS Guitars releases lefty Custom 24

PRS recently announced that they would be releasing a small number of left handed Custom 24 guitars. The Custom 24 is the original PRS guitar, the one that Paul Reed Smith himself took to his first trade show in 1985. The guitar features a maple top, mahogany back and neck, rosewood fretboard, abalone bird inlays, 5-way blade switch, and so on. The pickups are dual humbucker and the guitar will be...[Read More]

Paul Reed Smith CE22

Paul Reed Smith started making guitars in 1985 and has since created thousands of incredible guitars. My favorite however is the CE22 ( Classic Edition, Bolt on neck). This is a great guitar; Great tone, amazing playability and looks very nice. This model started production in 1994 but has however been discontinued as of 2008. Though this model has been discontinued it is a wonderful guitar and is...[Read More]