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Thread: PRS Collection Series Nylon Acoustic

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    PRS Collection Series Nylon Acoustic

    Just arrived, our Collection series Nylon guitar. Featuring a European spruce top
    and Brazilian rosewood back and sides these are sure to be sought after guitars.
    These are first nylons from PRS and only a very small amount are being built.

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    Senior Member themike's Avatar
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    Mike Byle was very passionate about these and I'm sure its an absolute jaw dropper. Something about nylon that just speaks so differently than a steel string.
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    Wow... This is an entirely different kind of want.

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    I plead once again as this is second time this guitar has shown up in this forum - someone please do a video!!!
    HBII (faded gray black 'double' 10-top), HB12 (black gold), NF3 (antique white/birds), 25th ann. Mira 245 (frost blue metallic), KL1812, Starla (vintage cherry, IRW neck, birds), 2 x 2011 'Stripped' 58 (blue crab blue & goldtop)

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    How wide is it at the nut?
    It looks much closer to classical proportions than the nylon that showed itself last year.

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    The nut is the standard classical 2"

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    Excellent.

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    Whoa... if it had a cut-away & pick, I'd be in REAL trouble.
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    Too many PRS to list in 5 lines...

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    I has a case of Classical GAS for this one!

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