Product Review: PRS SE P20E Review

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Since 1985, Paul Reed Smith Guitars has been widely recognized as one of the world’s premier guitar and amplifier manufacturers. After several decades of focusing on electric guitar craftsmanship, the company entered the acoustic realm and began producing equally respected models with exclusive shapes and features. Check out the PRS SE P20E review.

Their newest model is the parlor-sized PRS SE P20E—a small guitar with a large presence. The all-mahogany construction gives this model a warm, mellow voice. The comfortable and compact body shape enhances the midrange and makes this guitar perfect for fingerpicking.

The PRS hybrid “X”/Classical bracing allows the top to freely vibrate, projecting a bold, even tone. This guitar is stocked with the Fishman GT1 pickup system consisting of an undersaddle pickup and a soundhole-mounted preamp, which delivers a wholly organic tone when plugged in.

With three satin finishes with herringbone rosettes and accents available, these acoustics are sure to look as good as they sound on stage. From cozy travel companion to performance workhorse, the SEP20E is a dynamic workhorse that will deliver uncompromised playability.


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