Just arrived today… the new for 2018 SE Mark Tremonti Standard signature model !
It comes in Black, as it should for the mean rock and roll machine that it is.
“I’m excited to re-introduce my signature SE Standard model, giving players all the features I demand with the most affordable guitar yet.” – Mark Tremonti
The PRS Mark Tremonti Standard has a powerful voice that is well suited to heavy rock rhythm playing and melodic, soaring leads. The Tremonti “S” pickups and dual volume and tone controls allow players to dial in a wide variety of tones, never losing this model’s signature articulate aggression.
Additional appointments include, an all-mahogany body, rosewood fretboard with PRS bird inlays, as well as a Wide Thin maple neck and trem-up route, making the SE Mark Tremonti Standard fast, fun, and hard to put down.
Come visit us at theNew York Guitar Show & Exposition happening this weekend – Saturday and Sunday, April 22 & 23
We’re excited to be part of the sixth annual New York Guitar Show & Exposition happening this weekend for two days – Saturday and Sunday, April 22 & 23. We will have a large selection of PRS GUITARS and MANNMADE USA parts available for purchase.
We are also excited to announce our partnership with VSquared Tremolo Systems. Founder Steve Savage and John Mann will have a PRS Guitar setup with this innovative system at our booth. This exciting new system is coupled with John Mann’s renowned MannMade USA guitar bridge. Kappa Tanabe will be be giving a live demonstration Saturday. Check our Facebook page for updated demo times.
Join us for great deals, giveaways and other fun events happening all weekend.
Go to www.nyguitarexpo.com for more information and remember to come see us at Booth 160 and 161.
Because we will be at the show, our Bedford, NH showroom will be CLOSED Friday 04/21 thru Monday 04/24
We are so excited to see our PRS Wood Library Custom 24-08 Guitars are finally arriving, almost on a daily basis now. Seven guitars have arrived… three to go! I thought it would be fun to play a little match up game. Match up the raw wood body blanks shown below to the finished guitars (click on the link).
Be careful… it’s not as easy as you “wood” think!
Post a comment with your matches! Have fun… ~ John