The PRS SE P20E is a parlor-sized acoustic with a big voice. The PRS P20E features all-mahogany construction, and has an organic, warm voice. Featuring PRS hybrid “X”/Classical bracing, which allows the top to freely vibrate, the SE P20E projects with even, bold tone. Its smaller size makes playing for hours fun and comfortable and allows for more convenient transport.
Parlor-sized acoustics can be miscategorized because of their size but make no mistake this is a professional-grade instrument. Plug
in, and the Fishman GT1 pickup system delivers dynamic, organic tone, so whether writing, recording, or performing the P20E is sure to impress. This electronics system features an undersaddle pickup and soundhole mounted preamp with easy-to-access volume and tone controls, which essentially transforms what some may consider a “couch guitar” into a workhorse stage instrument.
Available in three satin finishes with herringbone rosettes and accents, PRS SE Parlor acoustics look as good as they sound. Other high-quality features include a solid mahogany top, ebony fretboard and bridge, bone nut and saddle, as well as PRS trademark bird inlays and headstock design. PRS SE Parlor acoustics come with a gig bag and are strung with 12-53 strings.
|Top Wood||Solid Mahogany|
|Body Depth at Neck Block||3 15/32”|
|Body Depth at Tail Block||3 7/8”|
|Bracing||PRS Hybrid “X”/Classical Bracing|
|Body Binding||Herringbone, Crème|
|Number of Frets||20|
|Neck Shape||Wide Fat|
|Tuners||Vintage-Style with Butterbean Buttons|
|Acoustic Electronics||Fishman GT1|
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PRS SE P20E TOBACCO SUNBURST
I'll start off by saying, 'WOW'. I was hesitant about buying an off shore guitar, but this guitar has changed my mind. All PRS SE guitars sold in North America are inspected by quality control at the PRS factory in Maryland USA when they arrive. The pictures don't do it justice, it looks fantastic in real life. It stays in tune real well and is really easy to play. The sound is more on the warm side than bright and that is what I prefer. If you're looking for a Parlor size acoustic guitar, look no further. I know what I'm talking about, having owned Taylors, Martins, Gibsons and Godins. PRS hit the nail on the head with this one. If it went missing I would definitely buy another one.