Paul Reed Smith LTD McCarty 594 - Orange Tiger

PRS LTD McCarty Orange Tiger
PRS LTD McCarty Orange Tiger
  • PRS LTD McCarty Orange Tiger
  • PRS LTD McCarty Orange Tiger
  • PRS LTD McCarty Orange Tiger
  • PRS LTD McCarty Orange Tiger


The PRS McCarty model pays homage to a legacy of innovation.  As the President of Gibson during a true golden era of guitar building (1950-1966), Ted McCarty was a pioneer of the electric guitar and musical instrument industry. In the late 1980’s, Paul Reed Smith called on Ted to consult with him on guitar design and production techniques. He not only served as Paul’s mentor but became a great friend of Paul and everyone he met at PRS.
In 1994, PRS released the first McCarty, an instrument that incorporated the full spectrum of techniques and knowledge Paul had gained from Ted as well as his own experiences as a guitar builder.  It is in honor of Ted McCarty – his knowledge, his friendship, and his memory – that PRS reintroduced the McCarty model.
The PRS McCarty model features a slightly thicker back for enhanced tone and sustain and the 58/15 treble and bass pickups, which were personally designed by Paul Reed Smith. 58/15’s are a vintage style pickup with exceptional clarity and focused midrange. Additional appointments include a push/pull tone control with a 3-way toggle pickup switch for a complete palette of tones, a bound rosewood fretboard, and PRS stoptail bridge with brass studs for added resonance. 
Top Wood: Carved Figured Maple Back Wood: Mahogany
Number of Frets: 22 Scale Length: 24.594" Neck Wood: Mahogany Neck Shape: Pattern Vintage Fretboard Wood: Bound Rosewood Fretboard Inlay: Birds Fretboard Radius: 10"
Bridge: PRS 2-Piece Stoptail Tuners: PRS Tweaked Phase III Locking Tuners w/ Modified Collars and Set Screws Hardware Type: Nickel
Treble Pickup: 58/15 LT Treble Bass Pickup: 58/15 LT Bass Controls: Two Volume and Two Push/Pull Tone Controls with 3-Way Toggle Pickup Switch on Upper Bout
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