New PRS S2 Series Electrics
Paul Reed Smith has announced the release of its new ‘Stevensville 2’ line up of mid-range electric guitars
Paul Reed Smith's latest retro-six strings are well worth a look. They're built in the same Mayland factory as their more expensive high-end models and both look and sound fantastic!
Check out the video below, but in the meantime, here's the info from PRS…
Meaning ‘Stevensville 2’, the S2 Series is named for a second manufacturing line created inside the PRS factory that blends new manufacturing techniques with practiced quality control and workmanship to create instruments at a new price point.
The S2 Series will be in stores in early August and will be made up of the S2 Mira (from £1095 RRP), the S2 Starla (from £1095 RRP), and the S2 Custom 24 (£1375 RRP).
“We are extraordinarily excited about the S2 Series,” said Jack Higginbotham, President, PRS Guitars. “This has been a textbook example of how a very dedicated team can come together to create not only a fantastic series of guitars, but a state of the art production line to build them on. We look forward to offering this new series of guitars to an expanded artist and customer base while giving our current customers more options.
”A diverse group of artists, from Indie to Rock to Punk, have road tested these guitars and found them to embody everything they require in an instrument. S2 Artists include Dave Knudson from Minus the Bear, Jesse Lawson from Sleeping with Sirens, Thomas Fekete from Surfer Blood and JJ Grey from MOFRO.
Continues…“This guitar has already changed the way I play,” says JJ Grey of his S2 Starla. “The sounds you can get out of it are incredible. Right out of the box the Starla's a blast. Even without an amp they're really loud and very easy to play. Probably one of the greatest things about these guitars is that they refuse to go out of tune. Staying in tune is such a big deal for me and having total confidence in a guitar is like having total confidence in the people you play with onstage. I can't say enough about these guitars!”