Prs guitars serial dating
I am not sure of this but I do remember getting 1992 guitars delivered in 1993 etc. 1991 -- PRS stopped offering Brazilian rosewood fingerboards.
Opinions vary here but I feel that the Indian Rosewood they use is still OK and shouldn't be a reason not to buy a guitar made after 1991.
The concept of a 10 top (denoting clearly defined figure across the entire maple top with no dead spots) was introduced by PRS Guitars, and the phrase, "It´s a 10 top with birds," has become magic for both PRS players and collectors.
As in the past, quality, tone, and player performance have become the key elements on all PRS instruments.
With its classic control layout and push/pull controls for each pickup, this killer axe gives musicians the option of playing with single-coil sounds or strong, punchy humbucker tones.
It's designed with a solid mahogany body and set mahogany neck (with a rosewood fretboard) to help produce a full, rounded sound.
Combining the best aspects of vintage design traditions in modern instruments, luthier Paul Reed Smith designed a guitar that became very influential during the late 1980s.
I don't think they throw the preprinted plates away just because the year changes.Take a bit of time to get to know the instruments in this section and experience for yourself what a PRS guitar can bring to your ever-evolving musical journey.We're always adding musical instruments that can ship internationally. 1991 -- PRS stopped offering real abalone shell as the inlay material on the fingerboard.They went to a high quality, less expensive, but real mother of pearl.