I am the 2nd owner of this gorgeous instrument. This limited edition guitar is a faithful recreation of the guitars Paul Reed Smith was building in his garrett work shop at 33 West Street in Annapolis in the eighties. Only 300 1980 West Street Limited guitars will be made world wide. An artist grade Sapeli wood top is a unique update that was not available to Paul in 1980 but other features remain true to the original design. Features incude the pre-factory dragon inlay on the top of the body, the small original eagle on the headstock, a Mahogany neck with a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, green heart abalone bird inlays and Santana II electronics. HFS treble and RP bass pickup with zebra bobbins were the original pickups (included) but I had pups upgraded to 57/08’s done at the PRS Plant in Maryland—they sound incredible. There are also upgraded rosewood pickup covers and knobs, but all original pieces are included.

Solid mahogany body with Artist grade Sapele top (deeper top & horn carve), small pre-factory dragon inlaid on top of body (green ripple paua), 24 fret mahogany neck (Santana II carve) w/ Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, green abalone bird inlays & small headstock eagle, Sapele headstock veneer, Brazilian rosewood truss rod cover w/green heart abalone "OM" symbol, 24.5" scale length, 11.5" radius, Santana II electronics w/zebra bobbin HFS bridge & Alnico magnet zebra bobbin ME neck pickups, ME nut, PRS Phase II mini tuners with large nickel buttons, non-plated PRS tremolo

Neck: 24.5" scale length mahogany 24-fret neck

 Only 300 pieces are available worldwide!

Beautiful custom case included !!

Paid = over $4000 with tax

Listed9 years ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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  • 1980 West Street Limited
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  • United States

Savagewood Guitars

Northvale, NJ, United States
Joined Reverb:2014

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