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PRS SE 277 Semi-Hollow Soapbar

Not just for metalheads, this affordable baritone from PRS is far from a one-trick pony. CHRIS VINNICOMBE saddles up…

Although PRS has built baritones in its Stevensville, Maryland facility for several artists on its roster, 2008’s Korean-made SE Mike Mushok signature model was the company’s first production instrument of this type. Staind guitarist Mushok’s thick sound typifies what many casual observers most readily associate with the baritone guitar, but the reality is that these instruments can be used for much more than just heavy rock – think Wichita Lineman or the Twin Peaks theme for starters. With the Mushok model having run its course, Doug Shive, the head honcho of PRS’s SE division, decided that it was time for an update to bring the brand’s baritone offering into line with the rest of the SE stable.

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The February issue of Guitar & Bass magazine is available in print and digital forms from Friday 8 January. Join us as we take a trip to Guitar Town, tracing the history of the Nashville music scene and profiling a who’s who of the city’s galaxy of guitar stars. We go guitar shopping in Tennessee's neon-lit state capital and talk to two of the world’s leading fretted instrument experts, George Gruhn and Walter Carter, about the state of the vintage market today and we also stop by at the Gibson Custom Shop to see the company’s True Historic Les Pauls roll off the production line and find out what makes them the company’s best guitars since its golden era. Elsewhere in the mag, our DIY Workshop shows you how to ID a genuine 1950s Stratocaster, we talk guitar with Aerosmith legend Brad Whitford and we review a stack of great new gear from PRS, Dr Z, Orange, TC Electronic, Louis Electric, Fulltone, Hartke, Smorg Pedalboards, Pigtronix and more. If that’s not enough for you, how about the chance to win one of three PRS guitars for a year and become a roving reporter for G&B in the process? Buy the February issue of Guitar & Bass magazine in print and digital forms from Friday 8 January.
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