- Flame Maple Top
- Mahogany Body Back
- Violin Carve Top
- 22 Frets
- 24.594″ Scale
- Mahogany Neck
- Pattern Vintage Neck Shape
- Brazilian Rosewood Fretboard with Faux Bone Binding
- “Old School” Birds Inlay
- PRS Cast Zinc Two-Piece Stoptail Bridge
- Vintage Style Tuners
- “Joe Walsh Limited Edition” Truss Rod Cover
- 58/15 LT+ Treble & Bass Pickups
- Two Volume, Two Push/Pull Tone, and 3-way Toggle Controls
- PRS Signature 10-46 Strings
- PRS Black Paisley Hardshell Case
The McCarty family of guitars is born from passion and precision: built passionately to embody vintage soul and appointments while utilizing the precision of PRS’s modern manufacturing techniques, so you can have the best guitar we can make right out of the box. Featuring a bound, 22-fret, 24.594” scale length Pattern Vintage neck and a slightly thicker back for enhanced tone and sustain, the McCarty 594 Singlecut has been meticulously spec’d. This Joe Walsh Limited Edition builds on these specifications, adding a Brazilian rosewood fretboard with stainless steel frets to deliver incredible playability and soulful, vintage tone. Additional personalized appointments include Paul Reed Smith’s handwritten signature on the front of the headstock, and Joe Walsh’s signature on the backplate of each guitar.
The McCarty 594 Singlecut Joe Walsh Limited Edition features PRS 58/15 LT+ pickups, which offer exceptional clarity, focused midrange, and vintage character. Whether you are looking for rich, authentic humbucking tones or nuanced, sweet single-coil sounds, the McCarty 594 Singlecut can seamlessly master both sonic territories thanks to these pickups and push/pull coil taps on the tone controls. This electronics layout, a few key specifications, and PRS craftsmanship combine in the McCarty 594 Singlecut Joe Walsh Limited Edition to create an instrument that plays in tune, is intonated the entire length of the neck, and feels like a guitar that you’ve been playing forever.
“Joe’s endorsement of the McCarty 594 Singlecut Joe Walsh Limited Edition means the world to me. We work very hard to keep pushing the guitar-making craft forward without losing sight of its rich history. The McCarty models have always embodied that, and to have a player like Joe Walsh say we’ve nailed it is heartwarming,” said Paul Reed Smith.