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Stunning Private Stock McCarty 594 outfitted with a Koa Top on Mahogany body and highly figured Mahogany neck. Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard with Koa Inlays and pickup rings really make a refined statement. Koa greatly extends the midrange sweetness and roundness of the 594 design. Vintage inspiration perfected with all that PRS Modern vibe, playability and great looks!   

Model: McCarty 594

Year: 2021

Neck Wood: Figured Mahogany 

Fingerboard Wood: Brazilian Rosewood

Top Wood: Koa

Back wood: African Mahogany 

Headstock Veneer Wood: Brazilian Rosewood

Neck Carve: Pattern Vintage

Side Dots: Black

Fingerboard Inlays: Old Birds (Koa/MOP Outline)

Headstock veneer inlays: PS Eagle (Koa/MOP Outline)

Finish type: HG Nitro

Pickups:  Treble: 58/15LT                         Bass: 58/15LT 

Electronics:  2 - Volume,2 -  Tone control (push-pull) with 3-way Toggle

Hardware: Gold/nickel PRS 2 Piece Stop tail, phase III locking tuning pegs with Koa set screw buttons

Set-Up:  .010-.046

Case type: Private Stock Black Carbon Fiber Tolex

Weight: 8 Lbs. 4 oz.

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  • McCarty 594 Private Stock
  • Koa
Neck Construction
  • Set-Neck
Body Shape
  • Double Cutaway
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Bridge/Tailpiece Type
  • Stop-Bar
Pickup Configuration
  • HH
Number of Frets
  • 22

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San Antonio, TX, United States
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