Yet I am always fooling with String-Tree heights when I p/u a Strat/Tele. Hollowbody II - carved maple top and back with mahogany sides. Why are different electrics using a different headstock angle? By
Only 200 made, Specs similar to the Artist Series II but with abalone purfling on neck, headstock and truss rod cover, 14-Carat gold bird inlays, mother-of-pearl and abalone eagle inlayed on the headstock, leather/hard-shell case. Developed for the ‘hard rock/metal player’, wide-thin neck, trem-up routing for a full tone up, volume and tone controls with 5 way rotary, HFS Treble pickup, PRS single coil in middle, HFS Bass pickup (changed to Vintage Bass humbucker by 1989).
Thats basically artistic value. DRAGON SERIES II: 1993. Each guitar numbered on back of headstock.
Explorer's use an extreme angle while others like PRS use a straight string pull. Signature grade woods, semi-hollow body with cedar, redwood, or maple top, gold hardware, tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece (a few tremolo equipped guitars were made), signed and numbered, only 300 made. DRAGON SERIES II: 1993. Archtop - carved spruce top, carved mahogany back and sides. Specs similar to McCarty but with solid mahogany body. CLASSIC ELECTRIC 22: 1994 – Current.
CUSTOM: 1985 – Current. Click here for a picture of a Dragon I. PRS ACOUSTIC/ELECTRIC: 1992. Limited edition of 50. SANTANA III: 2000 – Current. Offered as wide fat, tremolo only from 2001. MODERN EAGLE QUATRO: 2010 - 2012. HFS Treble/Vintage Bass finalized by ’91.
MARK TREMONTI MODEL: 2001 - Current. At the nut it was 1 11/16". LIMITED EDITION: 1990 - 1991. Like the CE models the serial number is located on the neck plate on the back of the guitar. Maple top, alder back, bolt-on rock maple neck, rosewood or maple fretboard, dot inlay, 3 single coil pickups, 1 hum canceling. Limited run of 500 guitars all signed and numbered. Singlecut body shape with carved maple top, mahogany back and neck, rosewood fretboard, 25” scale length with 10” fretboard radius, optional bird inlays, Wide Fat neck carve, PRS #7 Treble and Bass pickups, two volume and two tone controls with 3-way toggle on upper bout. Santana fret wire, Green Ripple Abalone birds, 10 top flame, Santana II purfling, Santana III pickups, gold/nickel hardware mix – Limited Run of 200 guitars with engraved numbered backplate.
Approximate Serial Numbers Year 0001 – 0400 1985 0401 – 1700 1986 1701 – 3500 1987 3501 – 5400 1988 5401 – 7600 1989 7601 – 10100 1990 10101 – 12600 1991 12601 – 15000 1992 15001 – 17900 1993 17901 – 20900 1994 20901 – 24600 1995 24601 – 29500 1996 29501 – 34600 1997 34601 – 39100 1998 39101 – 44499 1999 44500 – 52199 2000 52200 – 62199 2001 62200 – 72353 2002 72354 – 82254 2003 82255 – 92555 2004 92556 – 103103 2005 103104 – 114940 2006 114941 – 132401 2007 132402 – 146419 2008 146420 – 159132 2009 159133 – 170591 2010 170592 – 183862 2011 183863 – 196410 2012 196411 – 206059 2013 206060 – 2014 S2 Models, Approximate Serial Numbers Year S2000001 – S2003820 2013 S2003821 – 2014 CE Models, Approximate Serial Numbers Year 7 0001 – 0270 1988 7 0271 – 1830 1989 7 1831 – 3200 1990 7 3201 – 4540 1991 7 4541 – 7090 1992 7 7091 – 8820 1993 7 8821 – 10700 1994 7 10701 – 13000 1995 7 13001 – 14680 1996 7 14681 – 17130 1997 7 or CE 17131 – 19580 1998 CE 19581 – 20749 1999 CE 20750 – 21599 2000 CE 21600 – 23199 2001 CE 23200 – 25389 2002 CE 25390 – 26399 2003 CE 26400 – 27900 2004 CE 27901 – 29377 2005 CE 29378 – 31800 2006 CE 31801 – 32783 2007 CE 32784 – 33881 2008 EG Models. Brazilian rosewood neck and fretboard with no fretboard inlay, Dragon inlay on body made of 242 pieces of mastodon ivory, rhodonite, agoya, coral, onyx, sugilite, chrysacola, red, green, and pink abalone and paua. Cheaper, not having a one piece angled headstock dramatically reduces the thickness of wood needed to make the neck. Carved highly figured maple top, mahogany back and neck, rosewood fretboard, 24.5” scale length, 11” radius, 24-fret, outlined abalone bird inlays, Rosewood headstock overlay with inlaid signature, Phase III tuners, Santana pickups, Santana neck carve, one volume and one tone control, Gen III trem. Now, there’s no ignoring the elephant on the headstock. Ask questions, show off your gear, or simply chat with fellow guitar fanatics. Maple top, mahogany back, rock maple neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, moon inlay, 3 single coil pickups, I hum canceling; optional: bird inlays, 10-top, gold hardware, quilted top. Downside of angled headstocks is that they cause a weakness in the structure of the neck/headstock that is prone to breaking. Carved maple top, mahogany back, bolt-on maple neck with maple fretboard and special Johnny Hiland inlays (large dot inlays with 513 bird at the 12th fret). Heavy metal version of the PRS Custom/Standard with custom striped finish. Lower angles result in a lower nut tension and stronger headstock (see Straight Fender style headstocks). STANDARD 22: 1994 – Current. Replaced Signature Series, Inlaid headstock logo on rosewood headstock overlay, wide-fat neck, exceptional woods including artist grade maple top, abalone bird inlays, special thin finish, Volume and tone control with 5 way rotary, Artist Series pickups, semi-hollow, gold hardware and stop-tail options.
Joe has written several thousand articles about music and musicians and has contributed to many musical products, including Apple’s Logic and GarageBand programs. 2010- Present First 100 signed and numbered, wide-fat 22-fret neck only, East coast maple top, 1/8th of an inch thicker mahogany back, stop-tail, vintage-style tuners until 2010, McCarty pickups until 2007, 57/08 pickups 2010 – 2015, 58/15 pickups 2016- present, East Indian Rosewood Neck option added in 1998. McCARTY SOAPBAR: 1998 – 2007 Specs similar to the McCarty Model, but with 2 Seymour Duncan soapbar single coil pickups with 3-way toggle. Hopefully you can now choose a headstock type for your own build based on the pros and cons and the availability of raw materials in your area. After the year prefix, these models use a code of “EB”, indicating Electric Bass. Only 200 made, Specs similar to the Artist Series II but with abalone purfling on neck, headstock and truss rod cover, 14-Carat gold bird inlays, mother-of-pearl and abalone eagle inlayed on the headstock, leather/hard-shell case. ELECTRIC BASS: 2000 – 2005 . Limited production run of 100, PRS etched Tree of Life inlay on fretboard, truss rod cover, and headstock (mammoth ivory, brown lip mother of pearl, abalone, mother of pearl, paua, coral, and gold), 22-fret wide-fat East Indian rosewood neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, mahogany back, curly maple top, McCarty style body, McCarty electronics with gold plated nickel silver covers, gold anodized PRS stoptail and gold vintage tuners or gold PRS tremolo with gold PRS locking machines, leather/hard-shell case, certificate of authenticity. DRAGON SERIES II: 1993. McCARTY SC594: 2016 - present. 863 individual pieces. The materials used include: Mother of pearl, black lip mother of pearl, gold mother of pearl, paua select, fossilized mammoth ivory, orange spiney, snake wood, ebony, gold, silver, green ripple abalone, pink abalone, and red coral. Specs similar to the Custom 22, but with maple neck and fretboard, (optional rosewood fretboard) regular D neck carve, 3 Seymour Duncan soapbar singlecoils with 5-way blade selector. Johnny Hiland Neck carve, JH Treble and Bass pickups, PRS tremolo bridge, one volume, one tone, 3-way blade switch, Phase II low mass locking tuners. Silver Sky’s creators clearly invested much time studying the nuances of Kennedy-era Stratocasters. Available in 4 or 5 string versions. MARK TREMONTI SIGNATURE MODEL: 2001 – Current. At Mayer’s request, the bridge is set up flush against the body, permitting no up-pull, though of course you can adjust to taste. Clear editor. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Wood quality, by using thinner pieces of wood it should be easier to find perfectly quarter sawn or flat sawn wood with straight grain through the length of the neck with no run out. ARTIST LIMITED EDITION: 1994 - 1996. Nut break angle, see scarf method one or angled non-jointed headstock. I've always wondered about this and never got around to asking. Maple top, mahogany body, maple neck and fretboard. All cabinet serial numbers begin with the code “SPK” and are followed by the two digit year prefix.
Custom 24, Brazilian fretboard and headstock overlay, pink heart abalone birds and signature, the word “Brazilian” is inlayed on the face of the headstock in green abalone ripple, gold/nickel hybrid hardware configuration, 10 top only. Your Pedalboards 2020: Part Deux, 1. That complexity pays dividends when you apply overdrive and fuzz. CE MAPLE TOP BASS-4/BASS-5: 1990 - 1991. Single-action truss rod (double action truss rod fitted from late ’91). 509: 2017- present. GarysBlues, November 28, 2007 in Electric Guitars. By I’ve owned an original ’63 for 30-some years, so I was able to make side-by-side comparisons.
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