More PRS 594’s Just Arrived!



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The 594 has already been one of our most popular models! Very hard to get at the moment but we have just had another shipment!

Black Gold
Charcoal Burst
Fire Red

All at £3295

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This is the same model that John Mayer has used on his latest recordings!

Go to 19 minutes 20 seconds on the Video to See John playing it! Click here

“The 594 is the best new guitar I’ve played in years. It has a vintage heart and soul but without the technical limitations that usually come along with an old instrument. What good is an old guitar if you can’t get all that feel out of the upper frets, or the intonation is off? To hear that old PAF sound but be able to articulate the notes in a way that only modern manufacturing could allow is so exciting. This one’s going all over my new record, because it sits so nicely between all of the sonic identities we all know and love. And it plays like a dream.” – John Mayer

There are several details that PRS has incorporated into the 594’s design that contribute to the guitar’s tone and feel, including:

A 24.594” scale length, just slightly longer than 24.5” and where the model gets its name

“58/15 LT” pickups. LT meaning low turns, which give this guitar a sweet lower output tone

2 volume and 2 push/pull tone controls positioned so players can roll off both volume knobs at the same time, and with the added versatility of coil splits for more tonal options

A new Pattern Vintage neck carve. This neck carve shares the same width measurements as PRS’s Pattern neck, but is slightly thicker front to back and features an asymmetrical carve with a little less meat on the treble side, a little more on the bass side of the neck.

Tweaked Phase III tuners that have an added set screw to pull the tuner’s shaft, gear, and worm together, but with the tuner button taken out of play, to promote tone transfer from the string directly into the guitar itself with as little energy as possible being detracted.