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PRS Private Stock 8108 McCarty 594 Snarling Tiger

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Willcutt Guitars
Lexington, KY, United States
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Stunning new PRS Private Stock "Snarling Tiger" McCarty 594 carved by expert carver, Floyd Schulz. One of the most unbelievably amazing PRS guitars we have ever seen!!!

  • Model: McCarty 594
  • Neck wood: Curly maple
  • Fingerboard wood: Curly maple- stained to match with ebony binding
  • Top wood: One-piece curly maple with an ebony binding as well as a “Snarling Tiger” hand carved by Floyd Scholz
  • Back wood: Figured mahogany
  • Headstock Veneer wood: Curly maple- stained to match with ebony binding
  • Neck Carve: Pattern Vintage
  • Side Dots: Mother of pearl
  • Color / Stain: Faded Orange Tiger
  • Fingerboard inlays: Mother of pearl birds
  • Headstock veneer inlays: Mother of pearl Private Stock eagle
  • Finish type: Satin nitro
  • Pickups: Treble: 58/15 LT Bass: 58/15 LT
  • Electronics: Two volumes, two push-pull tone controls with 3-way toggle
  • Hardware: Gold/nickel PRS 2pc stoptail, phase III set screw locking tuning pegs with curly maple buttons, figured mahogany backplates as well as a bone nut
  • Set-Up: D’Addario .010
  • Case type: Private Stock Brown leather
  • Specials: Faded Orange Tiger satin nitro finish, mother of pearl bird inlays and side dots as well as ebony binding along the top, fingerboard and headstock veneer as well as a “Snarling Tiger” hand carved by Floyd Scholz on the top. The woods on this guitar were personally hand selected by the dealer from the PRS Private Stock Vault.

s/n 257845
8 lbs 4 oz.

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