For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 1977 PRS Pre Factory.

This amazing guitar was built by Paul Smith for Gary Cox, who was an early ambassador of PRS guitars when he played in Artful Dodger, a band signed to Columbia Records. Paul and Gary met and conceptualized the design. Gary took the guitar on the road with him and later gave Paul his feedback on design that helped Paul to take his guitar building to the next level. This guitar is a part of PRS Guitars history.

The guitar is solid Honduran Mahogany with Brazilian Rosewood used for the fingerboard. The bird in flight inlays are made from Mother of Pearl. Pickups were hand wound by Paul using Seymour Duncan bobbins. This is one of Paul's earliest guitars dating back to 1977 and sports the earliest incarnation of PRS headstock design. Comes with a '70s Gibson hard shell Les Paul case.

This fantastic piece of PRS history is also a fabulous instrument.

Condition: Good-Very Good with signs of player wear and mods by the builder

Photos of actual guitar (not stock photos).

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Garrett Park Guitars, Inc.

Garrett Park Guitars, Inc.

Near Mint
Original Hard
15 Year Member
Garrett Park Guitars, Inc.
Rick Hogue
Annapolis, MD
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Our regular hours are Monday-Thursday 10am-8pm, Friday & Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm.

We accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover cards, checks, money orders, wire transfers and (of course) cash. We also offer layway (25% down/60 days) and financing with approval.

We can ship via UPS, FedEx, Airborne Express or US Postal Service. All shipments are insured and declared for the full value of the instrument and expertly packaged.

We offer a 48 hour approval period (Discounted/Clearance Items or Special Orders are considered final sale). Please contact us within the approval period if you are unhappy with your purchase for any reason for an RA. All returns must received within 7 days of notification. We do not charge restocking fees, refunds are in full, minus shipping.