PRS Guitars is an American electric guitar and amplifier maker based in Stevensville, Maryland. It was founded in 1985 by Paul Reed Smith in Annapolis, Maryland. In the beginning it manufactured rhythm and melodic electric guitars. They have since branched out into other categories such as lead guitars, lead electric basses, and electric blues guitars. There electric guitar lines are still popular today with its innovative products and fine customer service.
One of their most popular lines is the PRS Deluxe series of electric guitars. These guitars feature a maple neck, medium action, and medium-to-low tuners. They use twin needle pickups for a vintage vibe along with five-position switching, a tremolo bridge, and direct play function.
What's so great about the models you can choose from is the fact that there are no major differences between them other than the finish. One is labeled "lderley" while the other is labeled "PRS". The real difference is in the quality of play and tone. In the past, PRS guitars were always a notch above the rest. But with these new finishes, all of that is a big difference! If you've only had experience with "lderley" guitars, then you know there is a huge difference in sound.
While the two brands differ in many ways, they have both achieved critical acclaim. In recent years the "lderley" name has been bought up by well-known companies such as Squier, Fender, and Gibson. Due to the quality and reputation of these brands, you can depend on your PRS guitars for decades to come. If you're shopping for a PRS Vintage styled guitar, it's always worth checking out the factory warranty.
The guitars in the "lderley" name are produced by several different companies, but the most famous is Fender. There are several different lines of guitars that are produced under this name, including the "classic" and "se series" guitars. All of the guitars in the "lderley" series were manufactured in the original wood bowl style of the 70s, which is very comfortable to play. The "se" series guitars are made for the more advanced guitar player.
Both of the "older" guitars in the "core series" are made in the traditional hollow core design. They are also fitted with the classic Tune-O-Matic bridge and tremolo system. But rather than being covered in fingerboards, these guitars are fitted with a completely different set of core, called a "finest" core.
These guitars are fitted with new, deluxe ceramic pickups. Other features include larger bore pickups and wiring by "marvel guitar audio". The guitars in the "custom 24" series are manufactured by custom carpenters, using traditional methods rather than the automated machinery used by the factory Guitars. These guitars also use the new epitone bridge as opposed to the old style bridge.
The newest models of these guitars are fitted with what is called "metal tube" pickups. Instead of being covered in traditional wire, these are instead covered in metal, similar to what you would find on an aluminum tube. Some of the custom 24s in the Prs Guitars range even feature nickel finished tuners. However, they still use the factory standard single coil pickups. Although this does not mean that all of the models are of the same quality, it does mean that each guitar has its own distinctive sound.
One thing about the Prs Guitars is that some models have elaborate designs inlaid with mother of pearl. Other guitars, however, have more plain looking pickups. You will also notice that some of these guitars have "diamond" shaped pickups, reminiscent of a classical guitar. Some of these guitars also have "winged" pickups. What is interesting about the "winged" pickup is that it looks like a wing (hence the name), but it is actually mounted on the outside of the guitar. The sound produced is slightly different than the one produced by a single coil pickup.
Another thing that you will notice about the Prs Guitars company is that their customers are provided with a complete tool kit. This includes a tube amplifier, preamp, power cable, cordless guitar model with pickups, tremolo wah, saddle pads, tremolo armrest and a book of tone controls. This kit is designed for various styles of lead guitars. Some of the common model guitars that feature this kit include thealo, eli, harp, stratocaster and va.
What really makes this company stand out from its competitors is its attention to the customer. There are actually two main departments in which the company focuses. One department focuses on building quality musical instruments and the other focuses on making high quality electronics. The guitars made by this company are among the best you will find anywhere.