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Searching for a parlor-sized acoustic-electric guitar with a big voice? The PRS SE P20E is just such an instrument. This acoustic is jam-packed with pro-grade construction and signature PRS appointments, such as a solid mahogany top, X-brace/classical hybrid bracing, a bone nut and saddle, and an eye-catching herringbone rosette and accents. And thanks to its Fishman GT1 electronics, this A/E can easily transform from a couch strummer to a workhorse stage-ready instrument. What’s more, its crystal-clear tone and ample projection make it an all-around great-sounding studio guitar. The PRS SE P20E is comfortable, fun to play, and easy to pack up and transport. It belongs in every guitarist’s stable.
PRS's proprietary X-brace/classical hybrid bracing method blends the techniques of some of the most legendary acoustic guitar luthiers in history. This bracing pairs a resonant top with a stiff and reflective back and sides, offering a powerful tone that doesn't mask the intricacies of your playing style. The guitarists here at Sweetwater appreciate that the SE P20E also has a genuine bone nut and saddle for added tonal support and resonance, along with a gorgeous ebony bridge.
The PRS SE P20E features a parlor-sized body with a solid mahogany top and laminated mahogany back and sides. The neck of this SE P20E follows Paul Reed Smith's wide-fat neck shape and is carved from choice mahogany. A bound ebony fingerboard gives the neck a smooth feel and rich tones. And the signature bird inlays denote the SE P20E as a member of the PRS family. A herringbone rosette and accents complete the picture. The SE P20E manages to strike the perfect balance between modern, eye-catching adornments and a traditional acoustic appearance.
The Fishman GT1 under-saddle pickup system continues to win over players across genres for its pristine translation of acoustic tone. The GT1 naturally senses vibration under the saddle, giving you a clear and strong voice with good feedback rejection. In addition, soundhole controls for tone and volume let you dial in your sound to taste. And the controls' low-profile design does away with unsightly electronics dominating the look of your guitar.