The PRS Guitars Hollowbody II is carved inside and out with only a small block under the bridge connecting the back and top. The Hollowbody II, PRS' most popular semi-hollow guitar, has solid mahogany... Click To Read More About This Product
The PRS Guitars Hollowbody II is carved inside and out with only a small block under the bridge connecting the back and top. The Hollowbody II, PRS' most popular semi-hollow guitar, has solid mahogany rims with a solid, deeply carved flame maple top and back. With the patented PRS/L.R. Baggs Piezo System, you can plug this guitar into your PA or recording console and your amp at the same time. The piezo gives the Hollowbody II guitar a huge array of tones and simple switching possibilities. Very comfortable playing size.
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This guitar will sound however you want it to sound! Two humbuckers AND a piezo mixed with that beautiful PRS sound we all know and love... it's just too good for words. I ended up playing this guitar for two and a half hours at Guitar Center, and it took everything I had to not buy it. If you can take the plunge and buy it, there's no need to even think about it first. You will spend the first 20 minutes with it just changing between the pickups and the piezo, but you won't stay on any of them for long because you won't be able to decide which one you like more. Needless to say, the guitar feels great in your hands, it's not very heavy because it is a hollowbody, and it's just perfect in every way. It's truly a masterpiece.
I love this guitar. The neck is as good as you'd expect from a PRS; well-finished frets and superb intonation. One undocumented extra with the Piezo option is the special bridge/tailpiece with adustable saddles, guaranteeing perfect tuning regardless of what gauge strings you use. While the guitar itself is light, well-balanced, and superbly finished, the icing on the cake is the piezo pickup. This is custom designed for PRS, and is the most natural sounding piezo I've had the pleasure of using. It sounds so much like an acoustic that I've stopped taking my Taylor to our live shows. There are plenty of options - you can switch between electric and acoustic sounds, or you can play both at once, using the third knob to blend the tones. For connections, you can either run a mix of both, using one cord, or you can use the second jack to run two cords - one to your acoustic amp or the board, and one to your regular guitar amp. All in all, an excellent guitar capable of a wide range of tones, covering anything from acoustic to heavy rock.