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The PRS Guitar Book - 3rd EditionItem #: HL.00331766
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Written by Dave Burrluck.
A Complete History of Paul Reed Smith Guitars. Guitar Reference. Guitar reference. With Softcover. 9.8x12.75 inches. 174 pages. Published by Backbeat Books. (HL.00331766)
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The PRS Guitar Book details every facet of the wonderful electric guitars made by PRS, the Maryland-based company founded in 1985 by musician and guitar builder Paul Reed Smith. The paperback edition is updated to include all the latest information on the acclaimed Singlecut models, as well as the intriguing story of the Santana SE - the company's first venture into overseas manufacture. An inviting narrative describes the evolution of this internationally renowned guitar maker, while dynamic color photography spotlights outstanding PRS guitars such as the Signature, signed by Smith; the Dragon, sporting opulent shell inlays; the Swamp Ash Special and Rosewood Limited, using non-standard materials; and ultra-rare models from limited and custom runs. Other featured guitars include the latest acoustic-electrics, and the Santana models that celebrate the partnership between PRS guitars and their best-known player, Carlos Santana. A special section highlights the company's famed use of highly patterned maple woods, displaying the most stunning flame-top and quilt-top examples. This definitive book also provides an absorbing photo-essay on the making of a PRS guitar, plus specifications for identifying and dating PRS instruments. The PRS Guitar Book is a must-have for any collector, PRS owner, or anyone who appreciates PRS guitars. -Guitar Digest Masterful ... tons of gorgeous, full-color photos. -Guitar Player This hefty volume of brilliantly colorful guitars made by Paul Reed Smith exemplifies the best and the brightest... -Dirty Linen A fitting tribute to a company which has, in a short time, come to symbolize a quality alternative to the 'big two' American electric guitar manufacturers. -Vintage Guitar