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PRS Paul Reed Smith McCarty 594 10-Top Electric Guitar (with Case)
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PRS Paul Reed Smith McCarty 594 10-Top Electric Guitar (with Case)

The McCarty 594 hot-rods the traditional 4-control-knob guitar to perfectly suit the modern player. The 58/15 pickups stay warm with zero top-end harshness.

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Submitted February 1, 2019 by Matt Housman in Trinidad, CO
"A Very High Quality Build."
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First off I'd like to respond to the previous reviewer. He stated that there was zero sustain with the 594. The specs state that the pickups are LT which means Low Turn. The guitar was built for the vintage gang out there and these particular pickups are not high output but that's nothing that a boost pedal won't remedy. Had the previous reviewer researched this instrument, he would have found that the pickups excel in clarity and definately have the vintage vibe. What Paul was trying to do was make an instrument that would have followed the progression of a Les Paul. Also if the reviewer wanted a guitar for anything including hard rock and metal, he should have picked up the Custom 22 or 24. With that being said, I love this model and have had one for several years. I will also be buying another one but a single cut this time in March. If you want quality buy a PRS or Music Man. You just can't go wrong with PRS..
Musical Background:
Professional guitarist with over 35 years of playing.
Musical Style:
Rock, Classic Rock, Hard Rock, Classical & Jazz
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Submitted February 23, 2020 by Mark P in OTSEGO, MN
"A whole new level of guitar"
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I was apprehensive about spending this kind of money on a guitar. I own several American Fenders and Gibsons and I didn't know much about the PRS lineup. I was in love the first time I played it. The action and tone are a whole new level. This will not be my last PRS. It's gorgeous and plays like a dr team.
Musical Background:
Novice player and only play guitar.
Musical Style:
80's rock, country and Christian music.
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Submitted January 10, 2017 by Casey Craft in Columbia, SC
"Zero sustain"
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This guitar looks incredible. However, with the low output pickups, the sound starts to cut out unless you have the volume dimed. Also, any high notes played beyond the 12th fret sustain about 7 seconds. This is VERY disappointing. I have cheap guitars that preform better. For $4,200 dollars, I did expect perfection. Sad PRS, sounds like a 300 dollar guitar.
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20+ years. I play live twice a week
Musical Style:
Christian, Rock, Metal, Blues
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