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The bodies of most PRS guitars are crafted of mahogany, with a maple top on most models.
They often feature highly figured tops, including flame maple, quilt maple and figured maple creating the effect of tiger stripes.
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Smith set up a partnership with his wife Barbara and businessman Warren Esanu, and set up a factory in Virginia Avenue, Annapolis.
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Women in fleming co ky wanting to chat with swingers in northern lower michigan.As of 2013, they have begun making more affordable guitars in the United States with their 'S2' line.In addition to this, many other artists endorse the company, including Mike Oldfield (who has used a PRS Artist Custom 24 for studio recordings and live shows since the late 1980s), Steven Wilson, Mikael Åkerfeldt of Opeth, Paul Allender, Dave Navarro, Ted Nugent, Al Di Meola, Jennifer Turner (musician), Clint Lowery, Mark Tremonti, Steven Wilson, Bernie Marsden, Orianthi and Jakko Jakszyk of King Crimson.Early guitar players to use his hand-built guitars were Stanley Whitaker (of Happy The Man), Derek St.Holmes (of Ted Nugent's band) and Howard Leese (then with Heart), but Smith's big break came when Carlos Santana began playing the still hand-built guitars, which at the time looked like a Gibson Les Paul with a double cut-away and were made of expensive woods like curly maple.A small number of bodies feature white Limba, referred to as Korina by luthiers.