Offered here is one of the most flexible and beautiful guitar designs available, a PRS Hollowbody II with Piezo. This wonderful guitar was completed in 2012 and remains in excellent condition.
The Hollowbody II is a 22 fret, 25" scale guitar with flame Maple used for both the top and back. Mahogany is used for the neck and sides of the instrument. The neck carve is PRS' Pattern shape (formerly known as their Wide/Fat neck). These 2012 models also come with very nice ivoroid neck binding. The humbuckers are PRS' highly regarded 57/08's and the guitar has piezo elements built into the adjustable stoptail bridge. Controls include a three-way switch for the humbuckers, volume, tone, blend and a three way switch for the piezo. The finish on this guitar is 'Violin Amber Sunburst.'
With these electronics, you can do most any kind of music with this instrument and I've seen this model used for everything from jazz to rock to solo singer/songwriter duty. It is incredibly light and comfortable to play, weighing just 5 pounds, 12 ounces! As with every PRS guitar, this is incredibly well built, extremely easy to play and it sounds superb. Please check out the brief sound sample provided (click the SoundCloud box below).
This guitar is in excellent condition with the only flaws worth mentioning are some oxidation and wear on the pickup covers and bridge hardware (see photos provided). In all other respects this instrument is in superb condition, frets included. It comes in it's original hardshell case, also in great condition.
A new version of this instrument will cost you $5K. Get this lightly played 2012 beauty yours for a cool $2K less. We love this model and recommend it highly. Make this lovely example yours today!
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