Today we can offer you a really rare treat: a 2000 PRS McCarty Soapbar. It's rare to find a PRS with P90 pickups, so we're even more pleased to present this gem to you. In 1986, in the second year of production of his company, Paul Reed Smith became aware of Ted McCarty, the former extremely innovative president of the Gibson Corporation. McCarty then acted as a consultant for PRS and eventually this collaboration culminated in his own model, the PRS McCarty. A comparatively somewhat thicker body delivers here in conjunction with the super comfortable Wide Fat neck an extremely powerful, balanced and open sound. Already extremely resonant and woody sounding when dry, the McCarty shows its full strength on the amp as the Seymour Duncan-wound P90 pickups bring their characteristic, distorted slightly snotty, brilliant and dynamic sound to the fore. And the McCarty at hand not only sounds gorgeous and plays great with its perfect weight of just 3,720 grams, but it also looks really good. The top made of wonderfully mastered curly maple shows a unique flame. Kluson tuners, the deep brown rosewood fingerboard and the charming bird inlays complete the fantastic appearance. Of course the guitar has been played over the past two decades, but aside from a few minor signs of use the guitar, including the frets, is in top condition. In addition to the cream finish this PRS also comes with two black pickup caps, as well as a black toggle switch.
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