The Mira Ltd. was created as the result of many conversations with several artists over a long period of time who love what the Mira has to offer, but want to take the vintage vibe one step further. T... Click To Read More About This Product
The Mira Ltd. was created as the result of many conversations with several artists over a long period of time who love what the Mira has to offer, but want to take the vintage vibe one step further. The 50 piece limited run Mira Ltd. shares specs with the Mira with the addition of a slightly modified Santana headstock.
The Mira is a guitar for today's players with a classic feel and tone, but with the quality and stability you've come to expect from a PRS instrument. This model features a thinner, solid mahogany body, 24-fret neck, matching pickguard and truss rod cover, Mira pickups, three-way pickup selector and a mini toggle coil tap. Includes hardshell case.
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Great playable guitar good for playing out and for just sitting at home on the couch. sounds best through a orange tiny terror combo. This guitar comes in silver, black and last but definitely not least green.
i was at the Guitar Center in La Mesa and saw this guitar a small room with high end equipment. i own a PRS guitar i got it from a pawn shop in hillcrest and it has really high output pickups with a wide thin neck with 24 fretts. i thought that PRS guitars where shredder metal player guitars until i picked this up (and later the Mcarty and custom 24 models). i was amazed how warm this guitar can get but still sound even. i preffer warm tones and did not think PRS guitars had that after i got the pawn shop PRS. that only way to discribe it is a gibson SG with a slpit coil swith. i played this guitar through a fender Blues deluxe (my main amp) and PRS's 30 amp. i really like how the mahogany body brings in that warmth like a broken-in SG but the PRS pickup are made for modern rock and metal sounds. i am hoping one day i'll maybe trade in my 1997 pawn shop PRS that guitar.
This guitar is just stunning to look at. Coil tap works great and you can get a variety of tones from playing with the pots. Frets and finish were great. Its just the overall feel feels odd. Maybe one too many Les Pauls in my hands is why I'm not completely sold on this one
I own a powder blue mira that i like a lot. This ltd is basically the same guitar but, the headstock is the same as found on the santana model. The tones out of the p-ups are absolutely incredible. You can dial in a vast selection of sounds from Les Paul to strat like tones. The only thing that takes getting used to is how the guitar hangs on your body. If you like to play low on the neck(at the nut) you have to reach out a bit more than normal. If you play a Firebird, explorer or an sg you will know what i mean. All in all the guitar sounds fantastic and that is why i highly recommend it.