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PRS NF53 - Blue Matteo

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Blue Matteo


Inspired by one of Paul Reed Smith’s vintage guitars from 1953, the PRS NF 53 combines a swamp ash body and 22-fret, 25.5” scale length bolt-on maple neck with maple fretboard with a special set of PRS Narrowfield pickups. The PRS Narrowfield DD (Deep Dish) pickups are made with taller bobbins to fit more winds and extra metal pieces in between the magnets for a more focused, powerful tone.

“I am so pleased with the feedback from the artists who have played this guitar – everyone is telling us that we have something special here,” said Paul Reed Smith. “If you are a fan of this style and tone, the NF 53 will take you where you want to go. To me to have this kind of beautiful high end without the hum is game changing.”

Paired with a volume and tone control and 3-way blade pickup switch, the NF 53 allows players to easily dial in their sound. The steel plate style bridge, PRS vintage style tuners, and nickel hardware all work together to provide precise and reliable tuning stability while promoting sustain and powerful tone.



  • Body Construction Solidbody
  • Body Wood Swamp Ash
  • Top Carve Flat Top


  • Number of Frets 22
  • Scale Length 25.5"
  • Neck Wood Maple
  • Neck Construction Scarfed
  • Truss Rod PRS Double-Acting
  • Fretboard Wood Maple
  • Fretboard Radius 10"
  • Fretboard Inlay Birds
  • Neck/Body Assembly Type Bolt-On


  • Bridge PRS Plate Style, Steel
  • Tuners Vintage-Style
  • Hardware Type Nickel
  • Nut Bone
  • Truss Rod Cover NF 53


  • Treble Pickup
  • Bass Pickup Narrowfield DD
  • Controls Volume and Tone Controls with 3-Way Blade Pickup Switch

Pickup Switch Positions:

  • P1 (down) Treble Pickup
  • P2 Both Pickups
  • P3 Bass Pickup


  • Comes with PRS Premium Gigbag
  • FREE 70 Point Inspection & Annual Setup
  • Strings PRS Signature 10-46
  • Serial Number: TBD


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