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PRS Santana SE, Guitar,Electric Guitar

PRS Santana SE


It’s not uncommon for guitar-makers today to take popular, high-end guitars and make cheap copies aimed at the masses. Often times the result is a disaster but on occasion a guitar maker can produce a copy worthy in its own right. Such is the case with the PRS SE Santana, an entry-level version of the PRS Santana Signature that by itself is a superb guitar.


Paul Reed Smith Guitars (PRS) and Carlos Santana are two names that grew up together. Ever since the two teamed up in the 1980’s the two have come to be recognized together. As PRS states on its website, Carlos has “done much to shape the destiny of PRS Guitars.”


It wasn’t until the early 2000’s that PRS decided to produce an SE version of its Santana guitar, the “SE” being a more affordable line of guitars built in Korea instead of the U.S. where the company is based. Thus in 2001 the PRS SE Santana was born, allowing even more guitarists the opportunity to enjoy one of the most beautiful and comfortable guitars sold today.


    -Top Wood: Maple 
    -Back Wood: Mahogany
    -Number of Frets: 22
    -Scale Length: 24.5"
    -Neck Wood: Mahogany
    -Fretboard Wood: Rosewood
    -Fretboard Inlays: Birds
    -Neck Shape: Wide Fat
    -Bridge: PRS Designed Tremolo
    -Tuners: PRS Designed Tuners
    -Hardware Type: Nickel
    -Treble Pickup: PRS SE 245 Treble
    -Bass Pickup: PRS SE 245 Bass
    -Controls: Volume and Tone Control with 3-Way Toggle Pickup Selector

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