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Have you always craved a genuine Maryland-made PRS guitar? Here’s your chance to get your hands on one, without busting your budget. PRS’s new S2 series features all the hallmarks that make the manufacturer’s instruments such stellar combinations of craftsmanship and innovation. PRS devotes their renowned quality control, workmanship, and modern building techniques into making a straightforward line of American guitars that any player can appreciate.

The S2 series includes three guitar models that span a wide range of playing styles and tastes: the S2 Custom 24, the S2 Starla, and the S2 Mira. Each of these streamlined guitars uses top-notch tonewoods and quality components. You get PRS S2 locking tuners and bridges, custom-wound pickups, double-action truss rods, and more. PRS adds a vintage touch, with asymmetrical, beveled body shapes. These guitars sound fantastic, and they’re incredibly comfortable to play.

A no-nonsense version of the original PRS guitar, the S2 Custom 24 sports classic lines, a mahogany body, a classy book-matched maple top, and a fast and comfy neck carve. Add its pair of S2 humbuckers and S2 vibrato, and you’ve got an impressively expressive tone machine that plays like the legendary axe it’s based upon.

Want an S2 series axe with a bit of retro flair? Then you’ll love the S2 Starla. Its singlecut mahogany body and Bigsby tailpiece give this guitar all the character you’re looking for. Plus, the S2 Starla pickups provide crisp clean tones (plus plenty of rich overtones when you want to crank it up).

Equipped with a super-stable stoptail bridge, a thinner doublecut body design, and a clean control layout, the S2 Mira delivers incredible playing feel. Plus, its S2 Mira humbucking pickups can be coil-tapped, for a huge range of tones.

Call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer and treat yourself to an American-made PRS guitar that’s also a fantastic value!

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