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All the 50's features including anodized gold pickguard, alder body with gloss nitro finish, C-shaped maple neck/fretboard with a vintage 7.25" radius, vintage frets and Alnico Precision pickups.We probably have pickup and/or bridge covers to fit this for additional cost. For this money you might expect a bass that's somewhat lackluster in tone but this bass is actually lively and sounds excellent.2002 PRS CE 22 Maple Mc Carty Burst, (front), (back), (headstock), (buckle wear), (case).Looking for a quality Core model PRS at under a grand? Not the cleanest PRS Ive had but looks good from the audience and no major cosmetic issues.The Studio Projects VTB-1 allows the user the most flexibility of any mic pre in its price class.Great for vocals of course, but also a good choice to overdrive your guitars or bass.Fender's Precision bass, so-named because its fretted fingerboard offer a precise note rather than the earlier fretless models that depended on exact finger placement.Fender used a genuine lacquer finish on this model that will age beautifully as the years go by.
Conversely, the XLR outs do feature speaker simulation in live mode, as it's assumed the signals will be routed to a P. At home on stage or studio and heard on more recordings in the past few years than probably any other preamp. Studio Projects VTB1 Tube Mic Preamp, (back), (psu) Excellent quality single-channel tube blend mic preamp, a must for any home studio, digital or analog.
Its an excellent player with a tone that will cover a wide range of Gibson and Fender tones. More than just the rackmount version of the original POD, the POD Pro had much more features including double the number of amp models (32), cabinet models can be changed from front panel, manual mode (instead of presets) is handy for many players as it's the what-you-see-is-what-you-get mode where all the tones are reflected by knob positions. In addition to the 1/4" input and stereo outs of the original Pod, the Pro features a line-level input, an unprocessed output, a TRS stereo effects loop, balanced XLR outputs, two flavors of digital outputs (S/PDIF and AES/EBU), and a digital clock input.
This model sold at discount for 39 when last produced a few years ago. The outputs are designed for two modes of operation: live and studio.
My favorite PRS of all time happened to be a CE finished in orange that I foolishly sold around 15 years ago. This one is finished in Mc Carty Burst, rather rare for a CE.
Features include carved mahogany body with carved maple top, gloss finish, Dragon II pickups, PRS tremolo, PRS locking tuners, quarter-sawn maple neck with wide-fat carve and moon inlays.
The Mc Carty was first produced in 1994 and was the closest thing to a LP that PRS made at the time. This model has all the original specs, some of which are unique to this model: a mahogany body that's 1/8" thicker than other PRS's, a headstock that's slightly thinner and with a greater headstock angle, vintage style non-locking tuners, all of which are a nod to the 50's guitar that Ted Mc Carty designed for Gibson.