Single Coil Snap & Humbucking Power
The PRS Studio model is a modern take on a traditional single-single-hum guitar. With PRS’s proprietary Narrowfield pickups in the middle and bass positions and a 58/15 LT humbucking treble pickup, the PRS Studio offers punchy singlecoils, vintage scooped tones, and the chunky kick of a treble humbucker screaming in one instrument. This whole new scope of sounds (that are only possible with a three-pickup guitar) are easily accessible in the Studio model thanks to the push/pull tone control and 5-way blade switch. With seven combinations in all, the PRS Studio covers classic tones but maintains a unique voice making it a perfect “desert island” guitar.
PRS Patented Tremolo
Meticulous design delivering sonic fidelity, player ergonomics, and revolutionary tuning stability.
PRS Phase III Locking Tuners
Modern locking technology with vintage elegance, these tuners promote tone transfer for a louder, more resonant instrument.
PRS 58/15 LT Pickups
“Low turn” pickups with vintage warm, clear tone.
|High Gloss Nitro
|Number of Frets
|Neck Depth at the 1/2 Fret
|Neck Depth at the 12 1/2 Fret
|Neck Width at the Nut
|Neck Width at the Body
|Neck/Body Assembly Type
|PRS Patented Tremolo, Gen III
|PRS Phase III Locking
|Truss Rod Cover
|Volume and Push/Pull Tone Control with 5-Way Blade Pickup Switch
|PRS Signature 10-46
|Standard (6 String): E, A, D, G, B, E
|10 Top with Hybrid Hardware
Studio - Controls Description
5-way blade pickup switch
Position 1 (down) - treble pickup
Position 2 - treble and middle pickups
Position 3 - middle pickup
Position 4 - middle and bass pickups
Position 5 - bass pickups
Push/pull tone control
Down - activates treble humbucker in positions 1 & 2
Up - activates treble single coil pickup in positions 1 & 2
"It sounds to us less about copping the sound of a '60s Strat with a hot PAF at the bridge, and more about offering a broad spectrum of fully hum-cancelling voices that sound classy and sophisticated played clean and really quite huge but defined with some crunch and gain. Factor in the feel, the neck shape and the ergonomics and it’s like the best vintage guitar you’ve never owned, certainly not at this price anyway."