Paul Reed Smith brings the bolt-on back to the lineup! The PRS CE24 boasts a bolt-on neck platform and signature f-holes that supply lush harmonic richness.
Featuring a familiar look and feel, the Silver Sky offers a host of PRS enhancements. The guitar's trio of 635JM single-coils sing with strength and clarity.
Looking for smooth tones and easy playability? Check out the PRS John Mayer Silver Sky, a modern electric with vintage-inspired specs and a solid build.
Known for his work with the genre-defying Snarky Puppy, Mark Lettieri teamed up with PRS to create an extremely expressive instrument, the Fiore.
Get heavy and chug some riffs with the PRS Dustie Waring CE24. The Mojotone DW Tomahawk pickups provide articulate sound all the way up the fretboard.
Expand your tonal horizons with the CE24. Constructed with a bolt-on maple neck, this guitar's brighter tone is tempered with a pair of PRS 85/15 humbuckers.
Get the best of both tone worlds. The PRS CE 24 combines the snap and sustain of a bolt-on neck guitar with the airy resonance of its semi-hollow body.
This USA-made version of the Iron Maiden axe-slinger's signature model includes a quartersawn maple neck and a hot DiMarzio Super Distortion in the bridge.
Built to the Iron Maiden axeman's specs, this signature San Dimas includes an ebony fingerboard, along with a smoking hot DiMarzio Super Distortion pickup.
Rip some solos and melt some faces with this Jackson! Playing up the neck is easy thanks to a 12"-16" compound radius with easy access to the upper frets.
This Jackson Rhoads model is made in Japan, sports Seymour Duncan pickups for clear tone, and a 12-16" compound radius for ultra-fast playing.
Travel back to the '90s, when Jackson guitars were exclusively crafted in Japan, with the Jackson MJ Series Dinky DKR electric guitar with ebony fingerboard!
Crafted in Japan, the Jackson MJ Series Dinky DKR electric guitar offers up a mahogany body and 5-piece maple-and-walnut neck with 12"-16" compound radius!
Jackson mixes classic style with Bare Knuckle pickups for complete tonal harmony. And with Misha Mansoor's name on it, you know this axe definitely djents.