Product Review: PRS SE SVN 7-String Electric Guitar

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As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 9 – Autumn 2019 – Ladies of Metal

Just like a PRS, the PRS SE SVN 7-string is smooth to the core — quality-built and providing a rich tone with a buttery-like finish in sound.

I got the chance to test this bad boy out recently when my band headlined the Seattle Pride Festival and all I can say is WOW. This guitar is true to its nature. Initially, I was concerned about the tuning of the 7-string staying in place. I am a 6-string type of gal who has had her fair share of tone issues with many guitars. Of course, you swap out pickups or even find a new set of strings to toss on your guitar, but wouldn’t it be nice to have a guitar with a perfect tone and a dash of edge?

The SE SVN has a perfect balance of style and that “dash of edge” with its mahogany back and a flame maple veneer top. The beveled edges add to its comfort, making it easy to play. I had no problems with tuning due to the String-Through Plate Style 7 String Bridge.

As a rock guitarist, I often find myself looking for a guitar tone with decent bottom to carry the depth of rhythm chords that I need. This PRS gave me the depth I was looking for, and then some. If you are a rock guitarist, or any type guitarist out there looking for a dope guitar with a classic touch, this PRS 7-string may do the job for you as it did for me.

For information and specs, visit prsguitars.com.
Street Price:  $819.00

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Guitar Gabby is a 25-year-old guitarist born and raised between Atlanta, GA and Washington D.C. With playing for over 11 years, and working with many artists over the years, she started her own band which she currently manages and plays in. The Txlips Band is an all Black Woman rock band hailing from Atlanta. Initially coming together to play for a prominent rapper named Diamond, (former Crime Mob member), The Txlips Band has expanded and grown over the past two years to represent diversity in the music industry. Guitar Gabby represents Black Women on guitar. Following in the footsteps of rock ‘n’ roll mothers such as Sister Rosetta Tharpe, she paves the way for the current and upcoming generation to step out and create their own paths in this industry.

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