In addition to the Antique White finish that gives the acoustic its name, the Antique White SE P20E features a solid mahogany top and natural mahogany back and sides.
Otherwise, this P20E is the same as its standard counterpart, with PRS' hybrid X/Classical bracing, an ebony fretboard and bridge, a bone nut and saddle, as well as PRS' trademark bird inlays and headstock design.
The acoustic also comes loaded with a Fishman GT1 pickup system, featuring an undersaddle pickup and soundhole-mounted preamp with volume and tone controls.
The PRS Antique White SE P20E acoustic guitar is available now – in a limited run of 3,500 instruments – for $579.
For more info on the acoustic, stop by prsguitars.com.
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