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PRS SE Torero Electric Guitar
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Neck-through construction, EMG pickups and Floyd Rose bridge.

The SE Torero features several firsts for PRS — a Floyd Rose bridge, EMG pickups, and neck through body construction among them — that should appeal to both the existing PRS player and a new audience and musician. The minimal/unpronounced heel smoothly blends into the body and the deeper, lower cutaway gives easier and smoother accessibility to the upper frets while the pick-ups provide power, clarity, and definition.

These features all contribute to the Torero’s notable sustain, and the bound ebony fretboard with jumbo frets and no inlays paired with a mahogany body and flame-maple veneer give this guitar a very distinct look. Case sold separately.

PRS SE Torero Electric Guitar Features:

  • Mahogany body and flame-maple veneer
    Neck through body construction with minimul heel
    Bound ebony fretboard with jumbo frets and no inlays
    EMG 81 and 85 pickups
    Floyd Rose tremolo
    Case sold separately

PRS SE Torero Electric Guitar Specifications:

  • Body
    Body Wood: Bound mahogany body with flame maple veneer
    Number of Frets: 24
    Scale Length: 25-1/2"
    Neck Wood: Maple
    Fretboard Wood: Bound ebony
    Neck Shape: Wide Thin
    Fretboard Inlays: No inlay
    Bridge: Floyd Rose Tremolo
    Tuners: PRS Designed Tuners
    Truss Rod Cover: "PRS"
    Hardware Type: Nickel
    Treble Pickup: EMG 81
    Bass Pickup: EMG 85
    Pickup Switching: Volume and Tone Control with 3-way toggle pickup selector

PRS SE Torero Electric Guitar

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  • very solid guitar

    As reviewed by Matt Straubel on 5/10/2014

    I've had this guitar for about 6 months now, and I can say for the price, I got mine $650 used, you really can't go wrong. Mine was made in Korea, I don't know if this year's models still are, but PRS's korean shop has some damn good quality control. The guitar is as well built as american guitars, but for about a third of the price. The neck is not as thin as an ibanez or a jackson, but not too far off. I sanded off the lacquer on the back of the neck, I like a natural feel. The original finish isn't bad, that's just my preference. The neck is well built, allowing for low action, and the thru body neck is very comfortable playing on the high frets. The head stock does rest a little more toward the floor when held at it's natural balance on a strap than I would prefer. I like my guitars to be at a 45% angle almost, a la jackson warrior, but that's just my personal preference. The ebony fretboard is snappy and feels faster than other rosewood and maple fingerboards I've played. I use very high gauge strings and tune in drop C, and the truss rod has no problem dealing with that much string tension, it is a guitar made for heavier music. This guitar plays fast in general. I bought inlay stickers and put them on my guitar, I like to have a few lifelines when I'm playing live in lighting. I've had some minor issues staying in tune when using the whammy on the floyd, even after installing two extra springs. If I dive bomb, it goes slightly flat when i come back up, so I give it a tug in the opposite direction and it generally finds it's tuning. I'm putting a tremol-no on the floyd to deal with that, I also just think for live purposes, seeing as this is my battle axe it's easier just to stay in tune and not worry about dive bombing. If a pin point tremolo is something you are looking for, this may be something to consider. This PRS is supposed to be the company's "metal" guitar, but it still has a bright clear tone from it emg's, and is great at cutting through the mix. I'm not a huge fan of EMG's and I will switch them out for bare knuckles soon, but even the EMG's aren't bad, they allow great clarity when playing. The guitar has a nice solid weight to it, not as heavy as a les paul, but heavy enough the mahogony body rings out. Bright and snappy. The clean tones on EMGs really aren't my favorite but they sound ok on the neck pick up. I've made some mods to this guitar, but it certainly is a fine piece of wood, and for the price you seriously should consider it if you're looking at an ibanez prestige, a lower end les paul or really any guitar that will run you between 1 and 2 grand, this guitar is a steal.

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