Paul Reed Smith "SE 245" in Vintage Sunburst [PRS-Designed Stoptail]
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The SE 245 will cover all the tones you need in style and is the answer for players who grew up using short-scale, single-cutaway guitars. The 24.5” scale length, Wide Fat neck is instantly comfortable, and the 245 "S" treble and bass humbuckers with dual volume and dual tone controls give the SE 245 a classic voice that is eminently recordable and gig-ready. Bird inlays and the PRS SE signature logo design come standard.
- Beveled Maple Top with Flame Maple Veneer Top Wood
- Mahogany Back Wood
- 22 Frets
- 24.5" Scale Length
- Mahogany Neck
- Wide Fat Neck Shape
- Rosewood Fretboard
- Fretboard Birds Inlay
- PRS-Designed Stoptail Bridge
- PRS-Designed Tuners
- Nickel Hardware
- 245 "S" Treble Pickup
- 245 "S" Bass Pickup
What is a PRS SE guitar?
“If you have good ingredients, and a good recipe, you end up with a guitar that looks good, feels good, and sounds good.” PRS has long adhered to the simple idea of using the finest materials in the best way possible, to create the very best guitars; made in Stevensville, MD. In 1999, Carlos Santana approached PRS about a guitar bearing his name available at a more affordable price point, and with that, the SE concept was born. PRS turned the guitar world upside down with the introduction of the very first PRS SE (Student Edition)—a new guitar concept that would offer high-end features for thousands of dollars less than the guitars they were based on. With the massive popularity of the SE models, countless other artists have placed their own style upon the SE lineage.