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PRS 2004 McCarty Soapbar with Indian Rosewood Neck, Ruby - Pre-Owned

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  • Pre-owned; Very good condition
  • 2004 McCarty Soapbar Model
  • Solid Indian Rosewood Neck
  • Seymour Duncan P90 Soapbar Pickups
  • Ruby Finish
  • Includes Original Case + Tags
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Pre-owned and in very good condition from a good customer of ours' who looks after his gear very well, this is a McCarty Soapbar model from 2004. Finished in Ruby and with a solid Indian Rosewood neck, the guitar plays comfortably and has a low and straight action. PRS only produce Soapbar models on occasion, so this is an ideal chance for a PRS that is a bit different to the mainstay Custom 24.

There are some minor signs of play on the back, with a few small indentations and surface scratch at the top of the body as well as two dings on the underside of the body near the jack plate which has exposed some of the wood, but the guitar is otherwise in good condition overall and comes with its original case and tags.


  • Body : McCarty 
  • Body Wood : Mahogany 
  • Top Wood : Figured Maple
  • Neck Wood : Solid East Indian Rosewood
  • Fretboard : East Indian Rosewood
  • Frets : 22
  • Inlays : Birds 
  • Tuners : Vintage 
  • Pickups : Seymour Duncan P90

PRS Guitars was founded by Paul Reed Smith in 1985, over 25 years later PRS is one of the leading and most respected guitar manufacturers in the world. Paul Reed Smith was inspired by the classic guitar designs of the 50’s and 60’s but, unlike many other manufactures, wanted to create a guitar that was his own design in every right. Today the classic double-cutaway PRS silhouette is as recognisable as some of the famous designs of the 50’s which is a true testament to Paul Reed Smiths design and vision. We have been selling PRS Guitars since the late 1980’s and have seen the company grow and develop but never forget their core values and dedication to quality and innovation. As PRS has grown they have maintained superior quality, something which they have become renowned for and have set the bar for other manufacturers. The PRS Custom 24 was one of Paul’s first designs and is the guitar that he took to his first trade show and is the model that really put PRS on the map. Nearly 25 years later the Custom 24 is still one of the most popular PRS models available. Over it’s long lifetime it has had many upgrades and changes to keep it at the forefront of the market. Paul Reed Smith is never complacent and is constantly trying new woods, components, construction methods and new technology. The Custom 24 is a different guitar to the model first introduced in the late 80’s but the core values and vision is still the same - create the best electric guitar possible. Today the PRS Product lineup is one of the most impressive in the market, there is a guitar for any genre, style and budget. One of the newest additions to the PRS family is the PRS Studio model. This is a model based loosely around the now discontinued Custom 22 but features the unique Studio electronics and Pickups, a 57/08 Pickup in the bridge and two Narrowfield mini humbuckers in the middle and neck. This is another example of PRS pushing the boundaries and trying new things. At Sound Affects we love PRS Guitars and are very passionate about their fabulous instruments.

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