Carved maple top, mahogany back, bolt-on maple neck with maple fretboard and special Johnny Hiland inlays large dot inlays with bird at the 12th fret. Specs similar to the first Dragonwith a Dragon inlay on fretboard made from pieces of gold, coral, abalone, malachite, onyx, and mother of pearl, limited production run of This affects the playability of the guitar adversely and also reduces the value of the guitar greatly. Hollowbody II — carved maple top and back with mahogany sides. Signature grade woods, semi-hollow body with cedar, redwood, or maple top, gold hardware, tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece a few tremolo equipped guitars were madesigned and numbered, only made.
Original carving by Floyd L.
PRS Serial Identification Numbers
Brazilian rosewood neck and fretboard with no fretboard inlay, Dragon inlay on body made of pieces of mastodon ivory, rhodonite, agoya, coral, onyx, sugilite, chrysacola, red, green, and pink abalone and paua. Archtop I — carved maple top with carved mahogany back and sides, Archtop II — carved maple top and back with mahogany sides and rosewood headstock veneer. Click here for a picture of a Carlos Santana Model. Sometimes they're obscured by solder though Click here to view the thread. If anyone knows the PRS dating system very well I could really use a hand finding out exactly when this guitar was built.