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PRS SE Soapbar II Maple – At first glance, you might think this is one of the more expensive PRS models. See, the people at PRS took the popular double-cutaway style of their Custom and McCarty series and made the SE Soapbar’s body out of solid mahogany, then topped it with a gorgeous 2-piece figured maple veneer. The mahogany neck comes with the famous PRS wide-fat profile and a rosewood fingerboard. Next they added a pair of cream soapbar pickups, tone and volume controls, and a 3-way toggle switch. The only thing they didn’t add was a ridiculously high price tag!
PRS SE Standard – The SE Standard is the working man’s PRS. It starts with a double-cutaway-style solid mahogany body with a glued-in mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard with the popular PRS wide-fat profile. Then it’s equipped with a set of PRS-designed humbuckers, a 3-way toggle switch plus volume and tone controls. Finally, you get your choice of a PRS-designed stoptail or PRS-designed tremolo tailpiece. The SE Standard is finished in the popular new flat or matte colors.
Antelope Audio Isochrone DA – When working with two or more digital devices, a master clock will greatly improve the integration between the units. The Antelope Isochrone DA actually enhances sound quality while it also eliminates jitter and ensures reliable studio operation. With AES, S/PDIF, and Superclock support, the Isochrone DA can receive the source clock in four different formats and uses a unique regeneration technology to synchronize the entire digital studio, while freewheel protection guards against audio dropouts.
Yamaha HS10W Subwoofer – Let’s agree that there’s no such thing as too much bass. The low end is where we get that visceral “thump.” The Yamaha HS10W is the latest incarnation of one of the best-selling subwoofers of all time. Despite its small footprint, the HS10 pumps out enough bass for all but the most demanding applications (like if you decide to install an iMax theater in your living room). The 120-watt amplifier is paired with a long-throw 8-inch bass driver in a bass-reflex MDF enclosure. Includes all the ins and outs you might ever need, plus a phase switch, low/high cutoff and master level control. Perfect for studio or home theater use.

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