The PRS SE 277 Electric Guitar is definitely a screamer! With a number of PRS firsts the guitar features a PRS designed bridge, 85/15 pickups, and neck through body construction.
The PRS SE 277 Electric Guitar utilises that classic pairing of a mahogany body and a maple top. In this instance the top features a fire red burst finish that not only looks beautiful through the guitars deep hue but also adds clarity and top end bite to the tone of the guitar. Of course the mahogany body supplies the PRS SE 277 with warm, rich tones, along with spades of resonance and sustain.
Comfort and class
A guitar that begs to be played in the upper registers the PRS SE 277 features a comfortable wide, fat maple neck topped by a bound hardwood fingerboard. The ultimate combination for high-end sizzle and supreme clarity, these woods together also provides plenty of attack in the mid range and controlled of bass tones.
With an especially deep cutaway and a minimized heel, accessing the upper frets is particular easy with the PRS SE 277. The fingerboard looks amazing as well with 24 jumbo frets complete with bird inlays.
The PRS SE 277 features PRS 85/15 pickups in the bridge and neck positions. One of PRS’s most popular pickups the 85/15 is the shredder's pickup of choice with its high end cut and fluid sustain. Slicing through any mix the 85/15 is blistering.
Volume and a push/pull tone knob along with a three-way selector switch, give control of the pickups. Equipped with a PRS-designed plate-style bridge the PRS SE 277 is readily armed for making extreme pitch changes, without losing your tuning.
Manufacturer PRS Model 2018 SE 277 Solid Body Electric Guitar Top Material Maple Back Material Mahogany Neck Material Maple Fingerboard Material Hardwood Bridge Hardtail Neck Profile Wide Fat No. of Frets 22 Position Inlays Bird Tuners PRS-Designed Bridge PRS-Designed Plate-Style Bridge, String Through Pickups Neck: PRS 85/15 “S” Bridge: PRS 85/15 “S” Pickup Configuration HH Active/Passive Passive Pickup Switching 3-Position Toggle: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickup, Position 3. Neck Pickup Controls Volume and Push/Pull Tone Control
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