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PRS Studio 22 10 Top 2022
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New PRS Studio in Dark Cherry Burst. The Studio model features a mahogany body with McCarty thickness, flame maple 10 top, pattern neck carve, and new 2013 bird inlays.

The 25” scale length Studio model electric guitar is a fresh, modern rendition of a traditional single-single-hum guitar set up with the beauty and brightness of a maple top. The possibilities are vast with PRS’s proprietary 57/08 Narrowfield pickups in the middle and bass positions in conjunction with a 57/08 humbucking bridge pickup. Screaming lead tones, crisp rhythm tones and 5-way blade switch also enhance the flexibility of this guitar in the studio or on stage.

• Mahogany body
• Figured maple 10-Top
• V12 finish
• Mahogany neck
• Pattern neck carve
• East Indian rosewood fingerboard
• 22 frets
• 2013 bird inlays
• 57/08 bridge pickup
• 57/08 Narrowfield middle pickup
• 57/08 Narrowfield neck pickup
• 5-way blade pickup switch with push/pull

s/n 200258
7 lbs. 7 oz.

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