PRS SE Santana Electric Guitar with Maple Top (2010, Korea)

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  • Regular price £600.00
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The PRS Santana is the SE guitar that started it all. Own the dream to honour Santana's signature tone and style that becomes a reality with the SE Santana. This guitar honours Santana's skill and style better than ever and offers players great quality and value.

  • Solid mahogany body double cutaway
  • Top wood Flamed Maple with gloss
  • 24.5 in. Mahogany Neck with Rosewood fretboard 
  • 24 frets with bird inlays
  • Nut width 1.687 in.
  • Master Volume, Tone, and 3-way pickup switch
  • Two PRS SE Passive S Series Humbucker pickups
  • PRS design bridge and Tremolo / Vibrato
  • Original PRS SE Gigbag

This beautiful guitar looks, plays, feels and sounds like a masterpiece. Very enjoyable instrument to play, got a real nice feel to the neck and fretboard.

At first glance it’s actually hard to distinguish between the more expensive PRS Santana and the SE Santana.
Design specs for the two guitars are practically identical with each sporting the double-cutaway silhouette, an slight arch top and “old school” bird inlays that the Santana line has become known for.

Both guitars are made using a mahogany wood, whose lovely grain produces a nice back and neck, and they both use traditional rosewood for the fretboard. The biggest difference in terms of materials comes when you take a closer look at the guitar top.

While the PRS Santana Signature boasts a gorgeous but pricey carved figured maple, also known as a flame maple, the PRS SE Santana gets by with a thin maple top coated with what they call a “Flame Maple Veneer”.

If you’re drawn to the Santana line of guitars because of its specific design and look, the PRS SE Santana is a dead-ringer for its more expensive older brother. What most guitarists want to know, however, is whether or not the SE Santana holds up in regards to tone and playability.

Most “entry-level” guitars sacrifice too much in order to achieve a certain price point. They outsource production of the electronics and hardware, both of which make a significant impact on tone and setup.

The tremolo and tuners are also PRS-designed instead of outsourced, and the difference is noticeable. The tremolo feels solid and the tuners offer smooth accuracy. These small but important factors play a big role in how well this guitar sets up.

With the two humbucker pickups, three-way switch and volume/tone controls, it’s not hard to understand how the SE Santana functions. The guitar itself resonates well.  These pickups provide the tone you’re hoping for with the name “Santana” on it.

This guitar is in fantastic used condition. It has almost no signs of wear or use. Please look at the photos thoroughly as they constitute part of the product description. 


This item is available from our store in Exeter or by post (at an additional cost of £40 due to weight, cost of packing materials and levels of required insurance). 

If postage is selected, it will be packed very carefully and sent via Parcelforce48 within 3 working days of purchase. 

If you have any questions, please contact us before purchasing either by email or phone.