PRS Offers Collection Series II, DGT Standard


The PRS Collection Series guitars consist of one electric and one acoustic. For the second installment, the company designed instruments with David Grissom, Tony McManus, and Martin Simpson .

The Collection Series II DGT has a one-piece maple top with mahogany back, 22 fret 25” scale length pernambuco neck with Honduran rosewood fingerboard and mammoth ivory Collection Celtic inlays. Other features include Honduran rosewood headstock veneer with mammoth ivory signature and “Collection” inlay, mammoth-ivory purfling on the fingerboard, headstock veneer, and truss rod cover, DGT tuners with faux bone buttons, PRS vibrato, DGT pickups with scuffed gold covers and nickel screws, two Volume controls (one for each pickup) with push/pull Tone control and three-way toggle pickup switch, and a custom Orange Glow finish with micro-bursts.

The Collection Series II McManus/Simpson Angelus has a 15.5” Angelus cutaway body, proprietary hybrid X bracing, Sitka spruce top with paua heart/black purfling, curly maple binding, and an ebony, paua heart, green select abalone, an gold rosette. It has African blackwood back and sides with black/maple/black purfling, custom-carved pernambuco neck with African blackwood fingerboard and paua heart, green abalone, and gold Collection Celtic inlays, ebony headstock veneer with mammoth ivory signature and “Collection” inlay, paua-heart purfling on the fingerboard and veneer, ebony bridge and bridge pins with mammoth ivory inlays, bone nut and saddle, Robson tuning pegs with ivoroid buttons, and PRS acoustic system.

PRS’ DGT (David Grissom Trem) Standard is an all-mahogany version of Grissom’s signature model and maintains many of the features unique to the DGT, including Grissom’s signature neck shape, slightly larger frets and heavier strings, vibrato capability, and specially designed DGT pickups with individual Volume controls.

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