SOLD: 2007 PRS Hollowbody II non-piezo

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  1. mkr1

    mkr1 Supporting Member

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    Excellent condition, no chips or scratches. Natural finish - flamed maple top and back, mahogany wide-fat neck and sides. PRS locking tuners. Two shallow millimeter-sized indentations, one between bridge and pickup, one on back around same location - only noticeable from a specific angle (I managed to capture front one from two angles to show how slight...).

    Duncan 59s installed, but I will include the original Paul Reed Smith Archtop pickups at no additional charge. Comes with thickly padded hardshell case and all original paperwork. Anyone who's compared PRS 10-tops to non-10 tops might agree with me that this one may have been graded too conservatively - the grain is rich and even on both sides. It's also under 6 lbs and still balances perfectly.

    $2000 Paypal'd and shipped CONUS. No trades please! Sold

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  2. teleman1

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    This has the wide fat neck?
     
  3. mkr1

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    Yes, wide-fat neck carve.


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    Beautiful guitar! Wanted one of these for years. If only the cash wasn't designated for something else.:( Good luck with the sale!
     
  5. mkr1

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    Thanks! It sounds as great as it looks.
     
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