Paul Reed Smith Experience PRS 2020 Modern Eagle V Limited Run – Charcoal

$5,500.00

Experience PRS 2020 Modern Eagle V

  • Charcoal Finish
  • 200 Piece Limited Run
  • Ships FREE
  • Pre-purchase today!
This item will be released August 28, 2020.

1 available for pre-ordering

Product Description

Specifications:

  • Maple 10-Top
  • Mahogany Back Wood
  • 22 Frets
  • 25″ Scale
  • Mahogany Neck
  • Pattern Neck Shape
  • Honduran Rosewood Fretboard
  • “Old School” Birds Inlays
  • PRS Patented Tremolo, Machined
  • Phase III Locking Tuners with Faux Bone Buttons
  • Hybrid Hardware
  • EXP PRS 2020 Truss Cover
  • TCI Treble & Bass Pickups
  • PRS Singlecoil Middle Pickup
  • Volume, Tone, 5-way Blade Switch
  • 3 Mini-switches
  • Hardshell Case
  • Factory Setup .010-.046 strings

The Experience PRS 2020 Modern Eagle V utilizes a hum/single/hum (five-coil) pickup configuration and introduces a new and unique switching system that gives players a vast array of tones in one gui- tar. The 5-way blade switch selects the pickups just as the 509 does (treble, treble and middle, middle, middle and bass, bass). The two paired mini-toggles separate the slug-side coils, turning the hum- buckers into true, “TCI-tuned” single coils. There is a single volume and a push/pull tone control that activates both humbuckers when engaged; this allows players to access three pickups simultaneously. Finally, there is a third mini-toggle that changes the volume pot value from 500k to 250k, which gives the guitar a different palette of tones. This electronics design puts a whole set of classic and new tones at your fingertips.

The Experience PRS 2020 Modern Eagle V will be available from a se- lect group of Authorized PRS Dealers. 200 instruments will be made in two finishes: Charcoal and River Blue.

“While Experience PRS 2020 was unable to happen at the PRS Facto- ry this year, it is important to us to still release the products we had planned to the guitar community. These Modern Eagle guitars are very sophisticated pieces of gear both electronically and mechanical- ly. They are highly musical instruments.” Paul Reed Smith