Chuck Levin's is an authorized dealer of Paul Reed Smith

Chuck Levin's is an authorized dealer of Paul Reed Smith

PRS MC594 Soapbar 10 Top Electric Guitar - Charcoal Burst

    Clean Up With Great Tone And Look Great Doing It - The PRS McCarty 594 Soapbar 10 Top Electric Guitar In Charcoal Burst

    The McCarty MC594 is a vintage-inspired instrument that is at once incredibly familiar and effortlessly playable. The electronics layout and PRS craftsmanship combine in the McCarty MC594 to create an instrument that plays in tune, is intonated the entire length of the neck, and somehow feels like a guitar that you’ve been playing forever.

    THAT SWEET TRANSPARENT SOAPBAR TONE 

    Soapbars are one of the most classic pickup designs and add another tonal option for players that is at once incredibly familiar and effortlessly playable. 

    PRS started with the Seymour Duncan Antiquity P90 for its sweet, vintage growl and cool, gritty sparkle, modified slightly so it sits at the proper height in the cavity design. Like with original Antiquity pickups, chords sound full and round, while single notes sing sweetly. A relatively low output pickup, these soapbars have a many usable voicings by simply adjusting your volume and tone controls. 

    McCarty 594 models can rival the best vintage instruments, meticulously spec’d with a 24.594” scale length, Pattern Vintage neck carve, tweaked Phase III locking tuners with modified collars and set screws, and a two-piece zinc bridge. 

    It has a 24.594” scale length, just slightly longer than 24.5” and that is where the model gets its name. It has 2 volume and 2 tone controls positioned so players can roll off both volume knobs at the same time. 

    The new Pattern Vintage neck carve, which shares the same width measurements as PRS’s Pattern neck but is slightly thicker front to back and features an asymmetrical carve with a little less meat on the treble side and a little more meat on the bass side of the neck. 

    Tweaked Phase III tuners that have an added set screw that pulls the tuner’s shaft, gear, and worm together (but take the tuner button out of play) to promote tone transfer from the string directly into the guitar itself with as little energy as possible being detracted.

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