Full, Vintage Tone
The PRS SE A60E pairs ziricote back and sides with a solid spruce top. The tone favors a full bottom end with rolled-off highs reminiscent of some vintage acoustic guitars. When matched with PRS hybrid “X”/Classical bracing, which allows the top to freely vibrate, the SE A60E’s voice projects with breathtaking volume and delicate nuance. The Angelus Cutaway body shape delivers comfort and playability, well suited for picking and fingerstyle playing.
Plugged in, the Fishman GT1 pick up system delivers dynamic, organic tone and allows players to easily take this guitar from rehearsal to the stage. This electronics system features an undersaddle pickup and soundhole mounted preamp with easy-to-access volume and tone controls.
The SE A60E is beautifully appointed with abalone and figured maple accents. Additional high-quality features include a solid spruce top, ebony fretboard and bridge, bone nut and saddle, as well as PRS trademark bird inlays and headstock design. Ships with a high-quality hardshell case.
|Top Wood||Solid Sitka Spruce|
|Body Shape||Angelus Cutaway|
|Body Depth at Neck Block||3 19/32”|
|Body Depth at Tail Block||4 3/8”|
|Bracing||PRS Hybrid “X”/Classical Bracing|
|Body Binding||Curly Maple|
|Number of Frets||20|
|Neck Shape||Wide Fat|
|String Spacing||2 7/32”|
|Fretboard Wood||Ebony w/ Curly Maple Binding|
|Fretboard Inlay||Abalone Birds|
|Neck Depth At The Nut||7/8”|
|Width of Fretboard at the Body||2 9/32"|
|Width of Fretboard at the Nut||1 11/16"|
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.
“Whether you’re into linear licks or blocked chords, and no matter if you’re a nuanced fingerstylist or a bash-it-out plectrum strummer, here’s a beautiful acoustic from a name you know that’s well worth the dough…You’d never know that this is a ‘budget’ PRS.”
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“No matter how I played the Angelus, it delivered a nicely proportioned sound, with a spanky top end layered over a controlled bass and midrange. The low end wasn’t cavernous or boomy, which helped it feel balanced across the frequency range, especially useful for fingerstyle parts on open tunings and easy to control through a loud amp.”
“After spending a few hours both in front of the instrument and behind it, I was fully prepared to take it to the gig and it did not fail…The SE Angelus is worth considering for its combination of looks, sound and utility in this price class.”
"The SE T60E was designed with vintage guitars in mind, to have a full, rounded-out dynamic range that favors the low end and midrange (something helped by the use of ziricote). The sound is big but is also spread out evenly—making it versatile without being too in-your-face and clearly lending itself to a range of styles."