PRS Private Stock Guitar of the Month November Singlecut McCarty 594 Faded Royal Blue Smoked Burst #6621
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One of only 20 guitars built for the World and one of only 2 in the UK! The November Guitar of the Month.
Introducing the Singlecut McCarty 594, a vintage-inspired instrument that embraces all the benefits of modern manufacturing. “When we were developing the 594, we examined everything: the scale length, the tuners, the bridge materials, the nut material, the pickups, the neck shape...every piece of this instrument was designed to be exactly what we thought it needed to be to add up to the best instrument we could make,” explains Paul Reed Smith. By paying attention to the details and adding Private Stock’s craftsmanship and stunning designs and materials, the November Guitar of the Month looks like nothing you’ve seen before but feels like a guitar you’ve been playing forever. Like its double-cutaway brother, the Singlecut McCarty 594 can seamlessly master rich, authentic, vintage humbucking tones and nuanced, sweet singlecoil sounds.
Some unique appointments for the November Guitar of the Month include paua, mother of pearl, gold and black lip, pink mussel, and black corian “Mosaic” bird inlays on the fingerboard and “Mosaic” Private Stock Eagle with “November” engraved banner on the headstock veneer, mother of pearl side dots, East Indian rosewood binding along the top, Faded Royal Blue Smoked Burst high gloss nitro finish, and 58/15 LT treble and bass pickups.
Since its inception in 1996, the Private Stock department has been all about one thing: building the best guitars possible. Personally crafted instruments, the best materials available, custom wood combinations, insane attention to detail - these are the ingredients of a Private Stock guitar.
You may be wondering what events led to the birth of the Private Stock department? Around December of 1994, Paul Reed Smith felt the urge to try something different. He began experimenting with new combinations of woods, electronics, and layouts. These special instruments were built in very limited quantities and referred to as “Guitar Of The Month.” For two years, they crafted these unique instruments until the project grew and became Private Stock. On April 19, 1996 the first “official” Private Stock instrument was cased.
Now in their 20th year, Private Stock is paying homage to its roots with the return of Guitar Of The Month. Following in the footsteps of the program from the 90’s, all 2016 Private Stock Guitars Of The Month will stay experimental, beautiful, and uniquely treasured.
Paul Reed Smith commented on the return of this program, “I began Guitar Of The Month because I had ideas and a stack of exquisite wood 8 feet high. I knew it was okay to experiment. Innovation and specialization is still at the heart of the Private Stock program, and we are very excited to try out new ideas for our 20th Anniversary.”
You also get a free USB Key and Hardback Photobook.