On Monday, October 7, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will add a PRS guitar to its collection of musical instruments. Paul Smith, founder of PRS, will present a custom-made guitar to the Museum during a presentation at its Temple of Dendur, in the Sackler Wing. The presentation will be followed with a demonstration by guitarist John McLaughlin. The museum cites Smith’s company as one of the “most successful and influential guitar companies in the world,” and notes that his instruments have been used by many of the most prominent electric guitarists of the last quarter century. The guitar will “[represent] one of the most important contemporary guitar makers.” The event is free to the public with Museum admission. Learn more at metmuseum.org.