“...as soon as I started playing it, I just lost it. All the stuff I was missing was there. It was so present [with a] really beefy low end, and yet I wasn’t losing anything on the high end. With every other guitar to this point, I felt like I was getting one or the other,” - Ray LaMontagne.
The Tonare Grand® offers a prominent voice as well as substantial volume and midrange. Wonderful for all-around strumming, this award-winning acoustic also lends itself well to flatpickers.
Born in the PRS Maryland shop, PRS Acoustics are heirloom-quality instruments with remarkable tone and exquisite playability. A small team of experienced luthiers handcraft all Maryland-made PRS acoustics with passion and attention to detail. PRS acoustics have a distinctive voice that can be enjoyed acoustically, with our customized pickup system, or with the Matrix Infinity pickup and preamp. The PRS Acoustic pickup system is a proprietary, full band width Piezo pick up that is combined with a proprietary 18 volt custom-voiced preamp. The Matrix Infinity pickup and preamp system is an undersaddle pickup with soundhole volume and tone controls, allowing for easily accessible adjustments.
|Top Wood||Select Adirondack Spruce|
|Body Shape||Tonare Parlor|
|Body Depth at Neck Block||4"|
|Body Depth at Tail Block||4 3/4"|
|Bracing||PRS Hybrid “X”/Classical Bracing|
|Body Binding||Curly Maple|
|Number of Frets||21|
|Scale Length||25 1/4"|
|Neck Wood||Peruvian Mahogany|
|String Spacing||2 3/16"|
|Fretboard Inlay||Mother of Pearl/Paua "Old-School" Birds|
|Strength/Truss Rod||High-Modulus Carbon Fiber|
|Pickup||Proprietary, Full Bandwidth Piezo Pickup with a Proprietary 18-Volt Custom-Voiced Preamp|
Download Our PRS Acoustic Gear Guide
PRS Guitars offers many acoustic instruments, including three body shapes and several tone wood options. To find the guitar that’s right for you, download our PRS Acoustic Gear Guide here.
"...as soon as I started playing it, I just lost it. All the stuff I was missing was there. It was so present [with a] really beefy low end, and yet I wasn’t losing anything on the high end. With every other guitar to this point, I felt like I was getting one or the other."
- Ray LaMontagne