Introduced in the fall of 2011, PRS Guitars' Collection Series instruments are built in small batches by the company's Private Stock department. Each Collection Series consists of one electric and one acoustic guitar made with the most exacting methods and the most prized components in the company's possession, including pernambuco necks and fingerboards, which are exclusive to the Collection program. For the fourth installment in PRS Guitars' Collection Series, Paul Reed Smith and the Private Stock team have designed two stunning instruments: the Series IV Collection Brent Mason Electric and the Series IV Collection Grand Acoustic.
These instruments are available via exclusive PRS Collection dealers: Wild West Guitars (Riverside, CA), Wild Wood Guitars (Louisville, CO), Willcutt Guitars (Lexington, KY), Sweetwater (Fort Wayne, IN), Guitar Center (Atlanta, GA and Dallas, TX locations), and Guitar Resurrection (Austin, TX). Internationally, Collection guitars will be available from The Guitar Shop in Mississauga, Canada and the following distributors: Headline (United Kingdom), Korg Import Division (Japan), Voerman (Benelux), and Roland Meinl Musikinstrumente (Germany and Austria).
Specifications for Series IV Collection instruments are as follows:
*The 408 bass pickup was designed to narrow the pickup's field to increase its focus and accent the higher harmonics. Using this pickup in the treble position is a perfect match for Brent's masterful style.
For more information and a current list of dealers, please visit, www.prsguitars.com/privatestock/collection.php.
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