PRS Private Stock Singlecut Archtop 2022 Natural Bearclaw Spruce Top and Raspberry Lemonade Maple Back

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Just Arriving a VERY Special Private Stock Singlecut Archtop in a Smoking HOT Bear Claw Spruce Top, with a Highly Flamed Curly Maple Stained with Raspberry Lemonade. 58/15 TCI pickups installed and a VERY RARE Flamed Mahogany NECK!!

Now in Stock!  

PRS Private Stock Very RARE Singlecut Archtop, Dark Ebony Fretboard, and all the overall build is just Spectacular...

Private Stock   #9713                                                                          Serial Number:  22-337969

Specifications:

Model: Singlecut Archtop

Neck wood: Flamed Mahogany

Fingerboard wood: Ebony  

Top wood: Bearclaw Spruce

Back wood: Curly Maple

Headstock veneer wood: Ebony  

Neck carve: Pattern  

Side dots: Mother of Pearl

Color / Stain: Natural Top, Raspberry Lemonade Back

Fingerboard inlays: Mother of Pearl "J" Birds with Paua Heart Centers and Vine

Headstock veneer inlays: Mother of Pearl "J" Birds Private Stock Eagle with Paua Heart Centers

Finish type: High Gloss Nitro

Pickups:  Treble: 58/15 TCI       Bass: 58/15 TCI

Electronics: One volume, One tone control with a 3-way toggle  

Hardware: Smoked Black 2pc bridge with Ebony/Curly Maple tailpiece stained to match,

PRS Phase III set-screw locking tuning pegs with Ebony Buttons, an Ebony truss rod cover as well as a bone nut

Set-Up:  D’Addario .010

Case type: Private Stock Black Western

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