PRS Acoustic Guitars

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About PRS Acoustic Guitars

PRS Acoustic Guitars are built with all the same passion, expertise and precision as their electric counterparts. The range features a number of models, all built with high quality materials and hardware like solid Sitka Spruce tops, ebony fingerboards and superb Fishman electronics to translate your unplugged sound perfectly in the studio or on stage.

PRS Acoustic guitars come in a range of colour and model options, including 6 string acoustics, so there's a PRS acoustic to suit every player out there.

Why Should I Choose a PRS Acoustic Guitar?

  • Built with all of PRS' lauded passion and precision
  • High quality materials and hardware throughout
  • Solid Sitka Spruce tops
  • Fantastic Fishman electronics

Frequently Asked Questions about PRS Acoustic Guitars

Question: Are PRS acoustic guitars any good?
Absolutely! PRS acoustic guitars are built with all the same passion and precision as the rest of the PRS guitars range, with high quality materials and hardware like solid Sitka Spruce tops and Fishman electronics.
Question: If the tops are Solid Ebony, what are the back & sides of each acoustic model made from?
This depends on the PRS acoustic guitar model: guitars with a '20' in the name have layered Mahogany, '40' models have layered Ovangkol and '60' models have layered Maple.
Question: Do PRS SE acoustic guitars come with gig bags or cases?
Yes they do: all PRS SE acoustic guitars come with high quality hardshell cases.
Question: Where are PRS acoustic guitars made?
As part of the SE range, PRS acoustic guitars are made at PRS' facilities in South Korea and Indonesia.
Question: What artists play a PRS acoustic guitar?
PRS Acoustics have found their way into the hands of stunning players including fingerstyle virtuoso Tony McManus, folk legend Martin Simpson, and none other than Rush legend Alex Lifeson.