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PRS SE Torero Electric Guitar  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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All the features a modern guitarist needs.

The SE Torero Electric Guitar from Paul Reed Smith features a double-cutaway solid mahogany body and a maple top faced with a beautiful flame maple veneer. The 3-piece maple through=body neck has a 24-fret ebony fingerboard and a comfortable wide-fat profile. You'll feel right at home with the 25&Frac12;" scale length. The PRS Torero is loaded with an EMG-81 pickup in the bridge position and the EMG-85 in the neck position. These low-noise active humbuckers are the pickups of choice for metal guitarists due to their power and articulation. The electric guitar's Floyd Rose 1000 tremolo bridge gives you the freedom to express every nuance of your style.

  • Double-cutaway mahogany solidbody
  • Maple top with flame maple veneer
  • 25&Frac12;" scale length
  • 3-piece maple through-body neck
  • 24-fret ebony fretboard
  • 1-11/16" nut width
  • 14" radius
  • Neck-through joint with heavy, carved heel
  • Wide-fat profile
  • Nickel hardware
  • Floyd Rose1000 tremolo bridge
  • PRS designed tuners
  • EMG-81 active humbucking bridge pickup
  • EMG-85 active humbucking neck pickup
  • Volume and Tone controls
  • 3-way toggle selector
  • Includes gig bag
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PRSSE Torero Electric Guitar

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Great deal with high quality


from Pearland, TX

Comments about PRS SE Torero Electric Guitar:

I was impressed with the quality and workmanship of this guitar. The tone sounded great and was very playable. The pickups are indeed pretty hot and smooth. The only criticism I would have is that the pickups are very close to the strings so picking right above the pickups can cause contact.

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