PRS Guitars has just announced the release of the SE Alex Lifeson Thinline Acoustic Guitar, "...a road-worthy guitar for players in need of a stage and studio-ready instrument..."
Alex Lifeson commented on the new offering:"I was very pleased when PRS presented me with my SE Angelus acoustic, a beautiful guitar of stunning quality. It was in response to the challenge of building a guitar that shared the integrity and attention to detail that the Alex Lifeson Private Stock Angelus possesses in a package more broadly accessible. The SE Alex Lifeson Thinline is that model. Carefully selected materials, expert craftsmanship and a smart approach to concept resulted in a guitar that is beautiful to look at and rewarding to play."From PRS:Carrying over unique appointments from the Private Stock Alex Lifeson acoustic, the SE features a thinner body depth than PRS’s standard Angelus model. A “Birds in Flight” inlay adorns the rosewood fretboard and pairs nicely with the unique back and sides crafted from figured Dao wood. Players will find a noticeably warm and resonate tone in the SE Alex Lifeson - even when amplified! An undersaddle pickup with both volume and tone knobs will give you all the control you need from the stage.The guitar retails for $799 but is available at several retailers at a discounted price.
Click HERE for more information on the SE Alex Lifeson Thinline Acoustic Guitar.
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Wednesday, March 18, 2015
SE Alex Lifeson Thinline Acoustic Guitar Announced from PRS Guitars
Posted by Jag2112 at Wednesday, March 18, 2015
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