The PRS SE Series of electric guitars offer some of the most exceptional value available on the market. With features drawn directly from their American made counterparts, SE models deliver high quality design at an affordable price range.
Made in Korea under strict directions from Paul Reed Smith to assure the finest quality, these guitars are really well finished and set up beautifully. These guitars play, look and sound much more expensive than their price indicates.
Constructed from solid mahogany, this PRS SE EG Electric Guitar features a set-in mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard carved in the classic PRS profile, but with a Strat-like feel.
Featuring many of the attributes that make high-end PRS guitars so desirable to such a broad range of players, the Korean-made SE series instruments are excellent choices for players on tight budgets.
Paul Reed Smith’s revolutionary guitars were originally designed to fill a niche between Fender and Gibson, and the EG – with its trio of single-coil pickups and set-neck mahogany construction, it comes about as close as it gets to a cross-breeding of a Strat and a Les Paul Junior.
Solid mahogany body
25″ scale length
Set-in mahogany neck
Neck Radius: 10 “
Fret size: Medium
Number of frets: 22
Nut width: 1.687 in. (42.8 mm)
3 PRS SE single-coil pickups
5-way pickup switch
PRS Tremolo bridge
Volume and tone controls
Geared sealed PRS tuners
At nearly 8 lbs, the EG feels substantial, and its beefy neck fills your hand like the thick stick of a PRS McCarty. The heel block is also chunky, but its front curve fits nicely around the web of your hand, and the body’s deeply bevelled cutaway makes it easy to reach the 22nd fret. The workmanship is very good overall—the lightly polished jumbo frets are consistently crowned and tightly seated, and their ends are bevelled for a smooth feel.
The EG is a fabulously affordable PRS guitar. It is a super versatile instrument with 5 excellent pickup settings – all very useable. Many guitars in one.
This PRS SE guitar is in great condition. There is very little wear at all on this one – a little swirling on the pickguard, a couple of tiny marks not easily visible, virtually no fret wear, no buckle rash. Just a nice straight shooter with low miles on the clock, but ready to roll when you are.
Comes in its original high quality padded PRS gig bag in new condition.