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Just wondered if theres any experts on PRS that may be able to shed a bit of history on this guitar.
there was no case with the guitar but i have a few photos, thanks Rich Richard: Per the serial number prefix of "2" this could be either a 1992 or a 2002 PRS guitar.
Regards, kcbuck Hi thank you very much for your reply. not sure on model name but it maybe comparing to others a Custom 22?
Ive just taken some better photos attached, theres no bolt on neck, glued or through maybe, there are a couple of things that dont quite ring true. The PRS signature at the top some of it looks missing 2. i have determined that the date may well be 1992 however approximate dates on some websites state that 15001 to 17001 is 1993 however the serial number is clearly marked 2 15799 3. very sorry for the vagueness not an expert on electrics by any stretch of the imagination The guitar is near mint condition, but came without a case.
But in the Nineties, the company introduced a more affordable line of Korean-made PRS guitars, dubbed SE, that offer many of the features found on U.
We here at The Guitar Sanctuary have a long history with PRS guitars.its a red maple (i think) and from what ive read its from 1992 pre factory.Now this guitar is nice, but its really not my thing. I have been doing my research on PRS serial numbers pre factory etc but i am at a bit of a loss.I do collect guitars mostly acoustic, Taylor etc however i live in Qatar in the Middle east, and last saturday the local Rugby Club here raffles off guitars (please this is not a joke), i bought one raffle ticket which cost me around 8 dollars and won the guitar.I think from looking at others its a 1992 PRS custom 22, thanks Rich You will have to go to the PRS web-site and e-mail them the serial number via the "Contact Us" option and ask them.