2001 Paul Reed Smith PRS Singlecut 10 Top with Solid Brazilian Neck Limited Edition 169 of 250 ~ Amber


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2001 Paul Reed Smith PRS Singlecut 10 Top with Solid Brazilian Neck Limited Edition 169 of 250 ~ Amber

You are looking at a 2001 PRS Singlecut Limited Edition, with a Violin Amber gloss finish on a sweet maple 10 top, abalone full birds fret inlays, and a gorgeous rich dark Brazilian Rosewood neck, fretboard and headstock! If you are reading this ad, you probably already know how sought after and collectible this guitar is. It’s one thing to find an axe with a Brazilian Rosewood Fretboard, but to find one with a solid Brazilian Neck… well that is just as good as it gets. With Brazilian RW on the “endangered species” list, it goes without saying, that this will surely rise in value, the longer you hang onto it.  It is also numbered #169 of 250 on the back plate. So grab this one while you can! Aside from the collectibility factor, and the obvious “eye candy” that this guitar is… the action is perfect, and the sound is super versatile! She’s 100% original and ready to rock the house down!

Here is the lowdown on the features:

  • Model: Singlecut Brazilian Limited Edition
  • Color: Violin Amber, gloss
  • Numbered back Plate: #169/250
  • Top: Carved maple 10 top
  • Body: Mahogany
  • Neck: Solid Brazilian rosewood, set neck
  • Neck Profile: Wide/fat
  • Fretboard: Brazilian Rosewood
  • Fret Inlays: Abalone birds
  • Truss Rod Cover: Brazilian Rosewood
  • Hardware: Hybrid gold/nickel
  • Knobs: Amber speed knobs
  • Pickups: PRS Brazilian # 7 bass & treble humbuckers
  • Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone, 3-way toggle
  • Bridge: PRS wrap-around stop tail, brushed gold, with silver posts
  • Tuners: PRS vintage tulip
  • Weight:  9.6 lbs.
  • Serial # 1 61742

She was born on December 14th, 2001, and has been totally babied! It has only been kept as a collectible over the years, so there are no nicks or dings  to report here. If you look under direct reflective light, you may find some light pick scratches below the treble strings… and the previous owner put a coat of poly over the number portion of the back plate, so it will not wipe off (pretty good idea actually). The neck is straight with no cracks or repairs… The frets are excellent with their entire life ahead of them… And the sound is fantastic!! Also included is the original PRS hard shell case, the case candy, adjustment tools, and bird card, just as shown in the last picture! WHOEVER brings this baby home is going to be totally STOKED!!


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