PRS Guitar Debuts SE Singlecut Korina

The guitar is PRS''s first solid korina SE

Stevensville, MD (November 25, 2009) – PRS Guitars has announced today a new addition to their SE line: the SE Singlecut Korina. The new SE Singlecut Korina is a versatile, light weight guitar with a musical tone, and is the first solid Korina SE model offered by PRS Guitars.

PRS SE Business Unit Manger Doug Shive said, “Musicians looking for all Korina guitars now have a new option within the PRS family that is unmatched in the market in terms of price, aesthetics and quality.”

The SE Singlecut Korina features include a solid Korina body, 3-piece Korina neck with 22 fret Rosewood fretboard, 25” scale length and moon inlays. Other appointments include two-humbuckers, a master volume and tone and a 3-way toggle. Vintage Amber is currently the SE Singlecut Korina’s exclusive color offering.

The guitar will carry a street price of $908.

For more information:
PRS Guitars

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