The PRS SE P20E Limited Edition SE Parlor acoustic-electric guitar in Antique White features all the original appointments of the PRS SE P20E with the addition of an Antique White solid-mahogany top paired with natural mahogany back and sides. The Antique White PRS SE P20E is limited to 3,500 pieces worldwide.
The PRS SE P20E Limited Edition parlor acoustic-electric guitar is the smallest in the PRS acoustic guitar line-up. It features an all-mahogany body with a sound that's smooth and clear, and a tone that allows it to stand out in the mix. The small body size also makes it very comfortable to play whether you're sitting or standing.
The tone of the Paul Reed Smith SE P20E parlor guitar is focused in the midrange, without too much low-end, and projects well in the guitar mix. Additionally, it has the PRS Hybrid “X”/Classical bracing which provides an unanticipated amount of depth and sustain for a parlor-style guitar. You'll take notice when you strum it.
The 20 fret Mahogany neck frets easily and accurately and matches the guitar well, not too big or chunky, and the satin finish on the back of the neck makes hand movement effortless and gratifying.
Electronics on this Limited Edition parlor guitar include the Fishman GT1 pickup system that delivers a dynamic, and organic tone that never ceases to impress. This Fishman system features an under-saddle pickup and soundhole mounted preamp with easy-to-reach volume and tone controls, and a 1/4" output jack for connecting to your sound system or amplifier. This Fishman transducer system delivers excellent performance, versatility, and tone and has stood the test of time.
The PRS SE P20E Limited Edition parlor-style acoustic-electric guitar in Antique White is a professional level instrument at every level. It has a big voice with a sweet, midrange tone, and easy portability. It'll bring a unique voice to your acoustic guitar collection. Add it to the cart and get yours on its way.
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