(STEVENSVILLE, MD) September 2012 -- Largely known as the lead guitarist for Sevendust, Clint Lowery is recognized worldwide for his raw melodies and empowering riffs. These same tones helped land him a gig as Korn’s touring guitarist in 2007. The new PRS SE Clint Lowery guitar is designed for metal and hard-rock players with attitude, and with an adjustable stoptail and 25 ½” scale length, it is perfect for dropped-tuning. In fact, at Clint’s request, the SE Clint Lowery ships tuned to C#/drop “B” .
The SE Clint Lowery comes in opaque black with white binding on the body, neck, and headstock. It also features a new and exclusive inlay pattern and body shape as well as black nickel hardware for a distinct look that’s as commanding as the music you’ll make with one.
The SE Clint Lowery features a beveled mahogany body with white binding on the body, neck, and headstock, 24-fret, 25 ½” scale length mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard and Clint Lowry designed inlays, PRS Designed SE adjustable stoptail bridge and tuners, black nickel hardware, String Gauges: 11, 18, 22p, 32, 44, 56 tuned to C#/drop “B”: C#, G#, E, B, F#, B. The guitar has a wide fat neck profile and comes equipped with SE HFS treble and Vintage bass pickups with one volume and push/pull tone control with 3-way toggle switch.
About PRS Guitars:
Paul Reed Smith Guitars is a leading manufacturer of high quality instruments in Stevensville, Maryland and has provided some of the world’s most renowned musicians with instruments since 1985. The PRS team of highly skilled craftspeople produces over 1,000 electric guitars each month, as well as acoustic guitars and amplifiers, for worldwide distribution. In the fall of 2011 PRS introduced import SE acoustic and amplifier lines to complement their import SE line of electric guitars. Carlos Santana, Linkin Park, Orianthi, Opeth, Tim Mahoney of 311, Mark Tremonti of Creed and Alter Bridge, Ricky Skaggs, Cody Kilby, Martin Simpson, Tony McManus, Warren Haynes, and Derek Trucks are among the artists currently playing PRS instruments and/or amplifiers.