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An Introduction

All guitars and basses have serial numbers which start with a year prefix. The prefix is the last one or two digits of the production year, and it applies to all models below.
You can also look up your PRS guitars MODCAT code. Which is the long strange number that looks like this: SLM2FAHFIET_FR_HB-BS
You can enter your MODCAT to find the details about your guitar. To do so, follow this link:
http://www.toragraphics.com/modcat/

What you’ll Need

Serial Number
Modcat Code
PRS Hang Tag
Any of the above

All PRS guitars have a serial number that starts with a prefix that indicates the year. This prefix consists the one or two digits of the production year and applies to all models. Where to find the serial number Depending on the model you find the serial number handpainted or printed on the headstock, or printed on the neck plate. Check the year and purchase price of your musical instrument from its serial number. How To Date PRS Guitars, Amps, Basses, Cabinets. All guitars and basses have serial numbers which start with a year prefix. The prefix is the last one or two digits of the production year, and it applies to all models below. You can also look up your PRS guitars MODCAT code. Which is the long strange number that looks like this: SLM2FAHFIETFRHB-BS.

Prefix Number Year or Years
0 1990 2000
1 1991 2001
2 1992 2002
3 1993 2003
4 1994 2004
5 1985 1995 2005
6 1986 1996 2006
7 1987 1997 2007
8 1988 1998
9 1989 1999
08 2008
09 2009
10 2010
11 2011
12 2012
13 2013
14 2014
Set-Neck Serial Numbers

The serial number of a set-neck model is located on the back of the guitar’s headstock.

After the year prefix, the remaining digits indicate the sequential order of set neck models built.

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
0001 – 0400 1985
0401 – 1700 1986
1701 – 3500 1987
3501 – 5400 1988
5401 – 7600 1989
7601 – 10100 1990
10101 – 12600 1991
12601 – 15000 1992
15001 – 17900 1993
17901 – 20900 1994
20901 – 24600 1995
24601 – 29500 1996
29501 – 34600 1997
34601 – 39100 1998
39101 – 44499 1999
44500 – 52199 2000
52200 – 62199 2001
62200 – 72353 2002
72354 – 82254 2003
82255 – 92555 2004
92556 – 103103 2005
103104 – 114940 2006
114941 – 132401 2007
132402 – 146419 2008
146420 – 159132 2009
159133 – 170591 2010
170592 – 183862 2011
183863 – 196410 2012
196411 – 206059 2013
206060 – 2014
S2 Models

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
S2000001 – S2003820 2013
S2003821 – 2014
CE Models

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
7 0001 – 0270 1988
7 0271 – 1830 1989
7 1831 – 3200 1990
7 3201 – 4540 1991
7 4541 – 7090 1992
7 7091 – 8820 1993
7 8821 – 10700 1994
7 10701 – 13000 1995
7 13001 – 14680 1996
7 14681 – 17130 1997
7 or CE 17131 – 19580 1998
CE 19581 – 20749 1999
CE 20750 – 21599 2000
CE 21600 – 23199 2001
CE 23200 – 25389 2002
CE 25390 – 26399 2003
CE 26400 – 27900 2004
CE 27901 – 29377 2005
CE 29378 – 31800 2006
CE 31801 – 32783 2007
CE 32784 – 33881 2008
EG Models

The year of manufacture is determined the same way for the EG models. Like the CE models the serial number is located on the neck plate on the back of the guitar. The following number determines the model: 5 or EG for the EG models, then the sequential number for that particular model.

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
5 0001 – 0920 1990
5 0921 – 1290 1991
5 1291 – 2070 1992
5 2071 – 2870 1993
5 2871 – 3190 1994
5 3191 – 3300 1995
Swamp Ash Special Models

The year of manufacture is determined the same way for the Swamp Ash Special. Like the CE and EG models the serial number is located on the neck plate on the back of the guitar. The following number determines the model: 8 or SA for the Swamp Ash Special, then the sequential number for that particular model * the first 200 Swamp Ash Specials were given a CE serial number.

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
8 00001 – 00410 1997
8 or SA 00411 – 00760 1998
SA 00761 – 00969 1999
SA 00970 – 01179 2000
SA 01180 – 01399 2001
SA 01400 – 01899 2002
SA 01900 – 02099 2003
SA 02100 – 02287 2004
SA 02288 – 02700 2005
SA 02701 – 02800 2006
SA 02801 – 03055 2007
SA 03056 – 03256 2008
SA 003257 – 03312 2009
Bolt-On Bass: Sequential Serial Numbers

After the year prefix, these models use a code digit of “4”, indicating a bolt-on neck bass. This is followed by the sequential number for that particular model. The serial number will be located on the neck plate on the back of the bass.

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
4 0001 – 0030 1989
4 0031 – 0140 1990
4 0141 – 0200 1991
Set-Neck Bass: Sequential Serial Numbers

After the year prefix, these models us a code digit of “9”, indicating a set-neck model bass. This is followed by the sequential number for that particular model. The serial number will be located on the back of the headstock.

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
9 0001 – 0230 1986/87
9 0231 – 0350 1988
9 0351 – 0680 1989
9 0681 – 0730 1990
9 0731 – 0800 1991
Electric Bass: Sequential Serial Numbers

After the year prefix, these models use a code of “EB”, indicating Electric Bass. This is followed by the sequential number for that particular model. The serial number will be located on the back of the headstock.

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
EB 00007 – 00072 2000
EB 00073 – 00199 2001
EB 00200 – 00422 2002
EB 00423 – 00501 2003
EB 00502 – 00650 2004
SE Model Serial Numbers

The serial number on SE model guitars can be found on the back of the headstock.

The year of manufacture for SE guitars can be determined by the letter prefix prior to the sequence of numbers that follow.

Prefix Letter Year
A 2000
B 2001
C 2002
D 2003
E 2004
F 2005
G 2006
H 2007
I 2008
J 2009
K 2010
L 2011
M 2012
N 2013
O 2014
Acoustic Serial Numbers

The serial number of an acoustic is located on the label inside the sound hole of the guitar.

All acoustic serial numbers begin with the letter “A”, and are followed by the two digit year prefix.

Prefix Letter Year
A09 2009
A10 2010
A11 2011
The remaining digits indicate the sequential number of acoustics built to date.

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
0001 – 0190 2009
0191 – 0517 2010
0518 – 2011
Amplifier Serial Numbers

The serial number of an amp is located on the back of the amp in the upper right corner.

All amplifier serial numbers begin with the code “AMP” and are followed by the two digit year prefix.

Prefix Letter Year
AMP08 2008
AMP09 2009
AMP10 2010
AMP11 2011
The remaining digits indicate the sequential number of amplifiers built that year. This sequence resents each year.

Number

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
0001 – 0052 2008
0001 – 0912 2009
0001 – 0575 2010
0001 – 2011
Speaker Cabinet Serial Numbers

The serial number of an speaker cabinet is located on the back of the cabinet in the upper right corner.

All cabinet serial numbers begin with the code “SPK” and are followed by the two digit year prefix.

Prefix Letter Year
SPK09 2009
SPK10 2010
SPK11 2011
The remaining digits indicate the sequential number of cabinets built that year. This sequence resents each year.

Approximate Serial Numbers Year
0001 – 0366 2009
0001 – 0260 2010
0001 – 2011

Model History

This list has been partially compiled through the collective memories of long-term employees at PRS Guitars and may not be 100% accurate.
Excerpt from The PRS Guitars Book, written by Dave Burrluck
Models currently in production are underlined. Click on the model name for more information.

SET-NECK MODELS

Basic Features By 1985

Back angled 3 on-a-side non-veneered headstock
One-piece mahogany glued in neck, regular shape
25” scale length, 24-fret
Single-action truss rod (double action truss rod fitted from late ’91).
10” radiused Indian rosewood fretboard. (Brazilian rosewood was standard until it was phased out by early 90 – 91 on all but top-line limited models such as the Dragons, etc.)
Mother-of-pearl/Abalone moon inlays (birds optional).
One-piece mahogany body or back.
Pickups were originally Standard Treble and Standard Bass. End slugs on E & B changed in ’87 to reduce high end. Changed on CE, Custom and Standard to HFS Treble and Vintage Bass by November ’91.
PRS Tremolo System, Schaller/PRS locking tuners, low friction nut.
PRS: 1985 – 1987. Evolved from pre-’85 all-mahogany guitar, became Standard in 1987.

CUSTOM: 1985 – Current. The definitive original PRS, figured maple top, 10 top option from ’87, mahogany back and neck, volume, sweet switch and 5 way rotary offered until 1991, Brazilian rosewood fretboard until 1991, PRS Tremolo and cam-style locking tuners, stoptail offered from 1993 (or so) – 2001, Phase II tuners form 2002.

METAL: 1985 – 1987. Heavy metal version of the PRS Custom/Standard with custom striped finish. Appeared on the cover of the first color catalogue.

SIGNATURE SERIES: 1986 – 1990. The first ‘ultimate quality wood grade’ PRS, hand-signed by Paul Reed Smith and based on the Custom, extremely figured (artist grade) maple top, bird inlays, only 1,000 made.

STANDARD: 1987 – Current. See ‘PRS’.

SPECIAL: 1988 – 1991. Developed for the ‘hard rock/metal player’, wide-thin neck, trem-up routing for a full tone up, volume and tone controls with 5 way rotary, HFS Treble pickup, PRS single coil in middle, HFS Bass pickup (changed to Vintage Bass humbucker by 1989).

STUDIO: 1988 – 1991. Specs similar to the Special but with standard neck profile, Hot Vintage Treble pickup and two PRS single-coils. The studio’s single/single/hum pickup configuration was offered as an option until 1997.

Day foursugars legacy stables. LIMITED EDITION: 1990 – 1991. Signature grade woods, semi-hollow body with cedar, redwood, or maple top, gold hardware, tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece (a few tremolo equipped guitars were made), signed and numbered, only 300 made.

DRAGON SERIES I: 1991 – 1992. This was the first 22-fret PRS, featured new PRS stop-tail (wrap over bridge), increased headstock angle, Dragon pickups, wide-fat neck and gold hardware. Dragon inlay on fretboard made from 201 pieces of abalone, turquoise, and mother of pearl, limited production run of 50. Click here for a picture of a Dragon I.

PRS ACOUSTIC/ELECTRIC: 1992. Three models introduced – Mahogany Cutaway; mahogany back and sides, spruce top, rosewood fretboard, rosewood bridge and headstock veneer, natural finish, and optional gold hardware. Custom Cutaway; 3-piece figured maple back and sides, spruce top, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, Brazilian rosewood bridge and headstock veneer, bird inlays, abalone rosette, and optional gold hardware. Rosewood Signature; rosewood back and sides, master grade spruce top, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, Brazilian rosewood bridge and headstock veneer, bird inlays, abalone rosette, abalone trim around top, wooden marquetry backstrip, gold tuners and endpin, antiqued natural finish. Only 11 prototypes ever made.

CUSTOM 22: 1993 – Current. Based on Dragon Series I without the inlay, tremolo or stoptail options, wide thin or wide fat neck profiles available, 10 top option, Artist Package introduced in 1998, birds optional, non-locking tuners on stoptail outfitted guitars from March 2001 – January 2002, changed all Custom 22 instruments to Phase II locking PRS tuners 2002, left handed version offered in ’99

DRAGON SERIES II: 1993. Specs similar to the first Dragon, with a Dragon inlay on fretboard made from 218 pieces of gold, coral, abalone, malachite, onyx, and mother of pearl, limited production run of 100. Click here for a picture of a Dragon II.

DRAGON SERIES III: 1994. Specs similar to the first two Dragons. Dragon inlay on fretboard made from 238 pieces of gold, red and green abalone, mother of pearl, mammoth ivory, and stone, limited production run of 100. Click here for a picture of a Dragon III.

STANDARD 22: 1994 – Current. A 22-fret version of the Standard, wide thin or wide fat neck profiles available, tremolo or stoptail options, birds optional.

ARTIST SERIES I: 1991 -1993. Replaced Signature Series, Inlaid headstock logo on rosewood headstock overlay, wide-fat neck, exceptional woods including artist grade maple top, abalone bird inlays, special thin finish, Volume and tone control with 5 way rotary, Artist Series pickups, semi-hollow, gold hardware and stop-tail options. Click here for a picture of an Artist Series I.

ARTIST SERIES II: 1993 – 1996. Specs similar to Artist Series but with maple bound headstock and fretboard, 22 frets, stop-tail, gold-plated hardware, semi-hollow, PRS tremolo options, leather/hard-shell case. Click here for a picture of an Artist Series II.

ARTIST III: 1996 – 1997. Mahogany back with exceptional (artist grade) maple top, 22-fret wide-fat or wide-thin mahogany neck, rosewood fretboard, paua bird inlays, paua purfling on neck, headstock, and truss rod cover, Artist Series pickups, 5-way rotary, volume, tone, gold PRS stoptail and locking tuners, certificate of authenticity, leather/hard-shell case, leather/hard-shell case. Click here for a picture of an Artist Series III.

ARTIST IV: 1996 – 1997. Mahogany back with exceptional (artist grade) maple top, 22-fret wide-fat or wide-thin mahogany neck, rosewood fretboard, etched 14 carat gold bird inlays, gold purfling on neck, headstock and truss rod cover, original PRS etched gold bird inlay on headstock, McCarty electronics with gold plated nickel silver covers, gold hardware, certificate of authenticity, leather/hard-shell case. Click here for a picture of an Artist Series IV.

ARTIST LIMITED EDITION: 1994 – 1996. Only 200 made, Specs similar to the Artist Series II but with abalone purfling on neck, headstock and truss rod cover, 14-Carat gold bird inlays, mother-of-pearl and abalone eagle inlayed on the headstock, leather/hard-shell case. Click here for a picture of an Artist Limited Edition.

McCARTY MODEL: 1994 – 2007. First 100 signed and numbered, wide-fat 22-fret neck only, East coast maple top, 1/8th of an inch thicker mahogany back, stop-tail, vintage-style tuners, covered Dragon Bass PRS humbuckers, changed to McCarty Pickups in ’95 and now includes a push/pull coil-tap on the tone control, 3-way toggle pickup selector, East Indian Rosewood Neck option added in 1998

10TH ANNIVERSARY MODEL: 1995. Only 200 made, Artist Limited Edition-style with wide-fat or wide-thin neck, engraved gold abalone birds, 22-fret ebony fretboard. Abalone bound headstock and fretboard., Engraved eagle on headstock, Gold plated hardware including stoptail and McCarty Electronics. Click here for a picture of a 10th Anniversary Model.

McCARTY STANDARD: 1995 – Current. Specs similar to McCarty but with solid mahogany body. Only offered with stoptail bridge option.

CARLOS SANTANA MODEL: 1995 – 1998. Reproduces Santana’s original. First 100 signed and numbered. Pre-’85 body shape and headstock (with eagle inlay) 24 1/4” scale, 24-fret (11.5” radius) fretboard, bird inlays, maple top (with paua shell purfling) Santana humbuckers, tone, twin mini-switches. Click here for a picture of a Carlos Santana Model.

PRIVATE STOCK: 1996 – Current. Non-production instruments. Each guitar is individually made for a specific customer and comes with a letter from Paul Reed Smith documenting the history of the instrument.

ROSEWOOD LIMITED: 1996. Limited production run of 100, PRS etched Tree of Life inlay on fretboard, truss rod cover, and headstock (mammoth ivory, brown lip mother of pearl, abalone, mother of pearl, paua, coral, and gold), 22-fret wide-fat East Indian rosewood neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, mahogany back, curly maple top, McCarty style body, McCarty electronics with gold plated nickel silver covers, gold anodized PRS stoptail and gold vintage tuners or gold PRS tremolo with gold PRS locking machines, leather/hard-shell case, certificate of authenticity. Click here for a picture of a Rosewood Limited.

GOLDEN EAGLE LIMITED EDITION: 1997. Original carving by Floyd L. Scholz of golden eagle or bald eagle on a basswood body, 22-fret curly maple neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, engraved solid gold bird inlays, McCarty electronics, gold hardware, and PRS Stoptail Bridge. Limited run. Click here for a picture of a Golden Eagle Limited Edition.

McCARTY HOLLOWBODY: 1998 – Current. Hollowbody – carved spruce top with carved mahogany back and sides. Hollowbody I – carved maple top with carved mahogany back and sides. Hollowbody II – carved maple top and back with mahogany sides. All models are 1 3/4″ depth at rim, 3″ depth at bridge, 22-fret wide-fat mahogany neck, rosewood fretboard, PRS adjustable stoptail bridge, and McCarty Archtop pickups with 3-way toggle. Piezo bridge pickup option added in 1999.

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McCARTY ARCHTOP: 1998 – 2001. Archtop – carved spruce top, carved mahogany back and sides. Archtop I – carved maple top with carved mahogany back and sides, Archtop II – carved maple top and back with mahogany sides and rosewood headstock veneer. All models are 2 3/4″ depth at rim, 4″ depth at bridge, 22-fret wide-fat mahogany neck, rosewood fretboard, PRS adjustable stoptail bridge, and McCarty Archtop pickups with 3-way toggle. Piezo bridge pickup option added in 1999.

McCARTY ARCHTOP ARTIST: 1998 – 2001. Specs similar to Archtop II, but with artist grade figured maple top and back, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, abalone bird inlays with 14k gold outline. Each guitar numbered on back of headstock. Click here for a picture of a McCarty Archtop Artist.

ARCHTOP: 2002 – 2004. Carved spruce top, carved artist grade maple back with carved mahogany sides. 2 3/4″ depth at rim, 4″ depth at bridge, 22-fret wide-fat mahogany neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard and headstock veneer, Paua birds and signature, PRS adjustable piezo stoptail bridge, gold hardware, and McCarty Archtop pickups with 3-way toggle and piezo electronics. Click here for a picture of an Archtop.

McCARTY SOAPBAR: 1998 – 2007 Specs similar to the McCarty Model, but with 2 Seymour Duncan soapbar single coil pickups with 3-way toggle.

CUSTOM 22 SOAPBAR: 1998 – 2004 . Specs similar to the Custom 22, but with maple neck and fretboard, (optional rosewood fretboard) regular D neck carve, 3 Seymour Duncan soapbar singlecoils with 5-way blade selector. Click here for a picture of a Custom 22 Soapbar.

SANTANA II: 1999 – 2007. Specs similar to Carlos Santana Model, but features 3-way toggle, volume and tone, artist grade woods, Brazilian Rosewood fretboard and headstock overlay, eagle inlayed on headstock.

SANTANA III: 2000 – Current. Mahogany back, Carved maple top, 24 fret, 24 1/2” scale, 10” radius, East Indian rosewood fretboard, Abalone bird inlay, Santana wide fat neck carve, PRS Tremolo, 14 to 1, low mass locking tuners, Electronics and tremolo cavity cover, New Santana pickups with covers, 3 way toggle pickup selector, Volume control, Tone control.

DRAGON 2000: 1999. Specs same as McCarty. Brazilian rosewood neck and fretboard with no fretboard inlay, Dragon inlay on body made of 242 pieces of mastodon ivory, rhodonite, agoya, coral, onyx, sugilite, chrysacola, red, green, and pink abalone and paua. Limited edition of 50.

BRAZILIAN ROSEWOOD McCARTY: 1999. Limited run of 250 pieces, specs same as McCarty, but with Brazilian rosewood neck and fretboard. Each individually signed and numbered.

SINGLECUT: 2000 – 2006. Singlecut body shape with carved maple top, mahogany back and neck, rosewood fretboard, 25” scale length with 10” fretboard radius, optional bird inlays, Wide Fat neck carve, PRS #7 Treble and Bass pickups, two volume and two tone controls with 3-way toggle on upper bout.

MARK TREMONTI SIGNATURE MODEL: 2001 – Current. Singlecut body shape with carved maple top, mahogany back and neck, rosewood fretboard, 25” scale length with 10” fretboard radius, Mother of Pearl bird inlays with “Mark Tremonti” at the 12th fret. Wide Fat neck carve, Tremonti Treble and Bass pickups, two volume and two tone controls with 3-way toggle on upper bout.

BRAZILIAN SERIES CUSTOM 22: 2003. Custom 22, Brazilian fretboard and headstock overlay, pink heart abalone birds and signature, the word “Brazilian” is inlayed on the face of the headstock in green abalone ripple, gold/nickel hybrid hardware configuration, 10 top only. Limited run of 500 guitars all signed and numbered.

BRAZILIAN SERIES CUSTOM 24: 2003. Custom 24, Brazilian fretboard and headstock overlay, pink heart abalone birds and signature, the word “Brazilian” is inlayed on the face of the headstock in green abalone ripple, gold/nickel hybrid hardware configuration, 10 top only. Limited run of 500 guitars all signed and numbered. Click here for a picture of a Brazilian Series Custom 24.

BRAZILIAN SERIES McCARTY: 2003. McCarty, Brazilian fretboard and headstock overlay, pink heart abalone birds and signature, the word “Brazilian” is inlayed on the face of the headstock in green abalone ripple, gold/nickel hybrid hardware configuration, 10 top only. Limited run of 500 guitars all signed and numbered.

SANTANA BRAZILIAN: 2003. Brazilian rosewood neck and fretboard, 11.5” radius, 24.5” scale, Eagle on H.S. Santana fret wire, Green Ripple Abalone birds, 10 top flame, Santana II purfling, Santana III pickups, gold/nickel hardware mix – Limited Run of 200 guitars with engraved numbered backplate.

MODERN EAGLE: 2004 – 2007. Carved highly figured maple top, mahogany back, Brazilian rosewood neck and fretboard, 10” radius, 22-fret, ripple abalone bird inlays, Brazilian Rosewood headstock overlay with inlaid Modern Eagle, a new grommet version of the PRS phase II locking tuners, ultra-thin satin nitro-cellulose finish on body with 8 special colors.

513 ROSEWOOD: 2004 – 2006. Carved maple 10 top, mahogany back, Brazilian rosewood neck and fretboard, 22 (513 fretwire) frets, 25 1/4” scale, 10” radius, 513 neck carve, 513 gold mother of pearl bird inlays, Brazilian rosewood headstock overlay with inlaid gold mother of pearl signature, tremolo bridge, new grommet version of the PRS phase II locking tuners, 513 pickup system.

CUSTOM 22/12: 2004 – Current. Carved figured maple top, mahogany back and neck, 22 frets, 25” scale length, 11.5” radius, East Indian rosewood fretboard, special 12-string neck carve, stoptail, phase II locking PRS tuners with mini pearloid buttons, hum/single/hum pickup configuration with Lindy Fralin singlecoil pickup.

JOHNNY HILAND SIGNATURE MODEL: 2006 – Current. Carved maple top, mahogany back, bolt-on maple neck with maple fretboard and special Johnny Hiland inlays (large dot inlays with 513 bird at the 12th fret). Johnny Hiland Neck carve, JH Treble and Bass pickups, PRS tremolo bridge, one volume, one tone, 3-way blade switch, Phase II low mass locking tuners.

BOLT-ON MODELS

CLASSIC ELECTRIC (CE BOLT-ON): 1988 – Current. 24-fret maple neck, unfaced headstock, dot inlays, alder body, PRS Vintage pickups, tone control, and 3-way toggle selector. Rosewood fretboard, wide-thin neck options by ’89. Black headstock face and 5-way rotary switch by mid-’89. HFS Treble/Vintage Bass finalized by ’91. Maple top version- the CE Bolt-on Maple Top- added in ’89. Mahogany body/ back from ’95 as well as stop-tail option. Solid Mahogany body discontinued in 2000, stop tailpiece & regular neck profile discontinued in 2001. Offered as wide thin, tremolo only from 2001.

EG BOLT-ON SERIES I: 1990 – 1991. New squarer shape. Alder body, maple neck, 22-fret rosewood fretboard. EG3 s/s/s and EG4 s/s/h, scratchplate mounted pickups. Volume, twin tones, 5-way selector, PRS tremolo, Schaller non-locking tuners.

EG BOLT-ON SERIES II: 1992 – 1995. Rounder shape. Alder body, wide thin maple neck, 22-fret rosewood fretboard. Scratchplate mounted pickups in three formats, h/s/h, s/s/h, s/s/s, volume, tone, 5-way selector, coil taps, PRS tremolo, locking machines. EG bolt-on maple top adds three piece maple, ‘10’ option.

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CLASSIC ELECTRIC 22: 1994 – Current. 22-fret versions of CE Bolt-on and CE Bolt-on Maple-Top. Mahogany body/ back from ’95 as well as stop-tail option. Solid Mahogany body discontinued in 2000, stop tailpiece & wide thin neck profile discontinued in 2001. Offered as wide fat, tremolo only from 2001.

SWAMP ASH SPECIAL: 1996 – Current. Carved swamp ash body, PRS stoptail (discontinued in 2001) or PRS tremolo with locking tuners, 22 fret bolt-on figured maple neck and fretboard, abalone dot inlays, McCarty Bass, Seymour Duncan Vintage Rails, and McCarty Treble pickups, 3-way toggle, volume, push-pull tone (coil tap).

BASSES

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BASIC FEATURES FOR BASSES

PRS pre-amp
5 position rotary
Deep & clear tone controls
PRS hardware
BASS-4/BASS-5: 1987 – 1991. Solid mahogany body, rock maple neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, moon inlay, 3 single coil pickups, 1 hum canceling; optional: bird inlay, gold hardware.

CURLY BASS-4/CURLY BASS-5: 1987 – 1991. Maple top, mahogany back, rock maple neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, moon inlay, 3 single coil pickups, I hum canceling; optional: bird inlays, 10-top, gold hardware, quilted top.

CE BASS-4/BASS-5: 1990 – 1991. Solid alder body, bolt-on rock maple neck, rosewood or maple fretboard, dot inlay, 3 single coil pickups, 1 hum canceling.

CE MAPLE TOP BASS-4/BASS-5: 1990 – 1991. Maple top, alder back, bolt-on rock maple neck, rosewood or maple fretboard, dot inlay, 3 single coil pickups, 1 hum canceling.

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ELECTRIC BASS: 2000 – 2005 . Alder, optional swamp ash body, optional inset curly maple top with alder back, bolt-on rock maple neck, rosewood or maple fretboard, 34” scale, 21 fret, 10” radius, 20 to 1 low mass tuners, optional gold hardware, 2 PRS high inductance passive pickups (v/v/t with high end switchable audio pre-amp), optional LR Baggs Piezo bridge system with 3 band active EQ, & selector switch for Piezo (piezo option discontinued in 2001).

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