I received a used 2020 PRS S2 McCarty 594 Thinline. The S2 McCarty 594 family can seamlessly master authentic humbucking tones and nuanced, sweet single-coil sounds, thanks to their 58/15 “S” pickups and dual volume and push/pull tone controls. The 58/15 "S" seems to be similar in sound to maybe a Gibson Classic '57. PRS McCarty 594. And now there's a new model in … Again, you have the incredibly versatile 58/15 “S” Treble and Bass pickups which can be coil split as well as the two Volume and two push-pull Tone Controls with 3-way toggle switch on the upper bout for tonal variety. The pre-order is for Walnut. PRS S2 McCarty 594 ThinLine McCarty Walnut This item is available for pre-order. It’s been a little while since our last PRS review on the SE Custom 22. These are stock images of the Tobacco Sunburst. A McCarty 594 for the Working Musician. A classic workhorse with a distinctive edge, the PRS S2 McCarty 594 solidbody electric guitar gives you buttery playability, exquisite tone, and stunning good looks — all packed into an instrument priced for the working musician. Gig-Ready Power The S2 McCarty 594 Thinline is an all-mahogany, thin-body guitar with a powerful voice. The 594 … Our 594, however, is a new 'core' level production model and around half the price of that earlier, limited model. The all-new S2 McCarty 594 Thinline features a thinner, one-piece, all-mahogany body and a Pattern Thin neck shape. Read user reviews for PRS S2 McCarty 594 Electric Guitar (with Gig Bag) and see over 325,000 product reviews at zZounds.com. The PRS McCarty pays homage to Ted McCarty, the President of Gibson between 1950 and 1966. There is no neck drop on this guitar (I know some peeps have asked about this). The S2 McCarty 594 Thinline edges closer towards a retro look than what you might already be familiar with from PRS, but this gorgeous guitar still incorporates their incredible construction techniques and push/pull coil split for access to both humbucker and single coil tones. So, I thought it would be a good idea to go ahead and review a PRS McCarty. These guitars cover a lot of sonic ground, true to the McCarty 594 platform, whether played straight through an amplifier or run through a pedal board. Vintage style meets modern PRS construction. If your ideal guitar is a 1950s and '60s Les Paul but you can't afford a vintage one and, anyway, want something that has more modern playability and intonation, PRS's McCarty series could be the very thing. This latest McCarty appeared in February 2016 as the second model of a year-long 'Guitars of the Month' run, made by PRS's elite Private Stock team, to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Private Stock programme. PRS S2 McCarty 594 Singlecut The PRS S2 McCarty 594 Singlecut is where vintage style meets modern manufacturing techniques. With the ever-present Custom on one side and the trending 594 on the other – not to mention Paul’s Guitar, the DGT and even the 509 or the new S2 594s – the McCarty would seem to outsiders like us to have considerable competition within PRS’s own catalogue, let alone in-store. The fit and finish seem on par with the CE24 and Silver Sky. McCarty consulted with Paul Reed Smith as a mentor and friend during the early years of PRS. Thoroughly addictive to play, the S2 McCarty 594 models feel right at home.