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PRS SE Kestrel Bass - Tri-Color Sunburst

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PRS Kestrel
Tri-color Sunburst

Great vintage tones, nice comfortable neck. This bass feels like an old friend the minute you pick it up to play.

The SE Kestrel takes a traditional singlecoil bass platform and adds PRS's fit, finish, and attention to detail, delivering a new take on a classic instrument. No matter the style or decade, the Kestrel can achieve every bass part you loved growing up.

Kestrel pickups (4B "S") are extremely punchy and focused, giving player the ability to walk a low-mid focused blues line, articulate a high-mid focused fret-less style part rich with harmonics, nail the scooped mid-range and sweet top-end sound slappers favor, and wield a razor sharp blistering rock bass-line. This bass has growl to burn!
Designed in PRS's Maryland shop, the Kestrel's alder body and modern neck through construction provide sustain and evenly balanced tone. The maple/walnut neck has been meticulously designed, and the 34" scale length makes this an instantly comfortable bass for players old and new. A modern bridge allows you the choice of strings through the bridge or the body to yield even more tonal possibilities.

  • Body Wood Alder
  • Number of Frets 22
  • Scale Length 34"
  • Neck Wood 5-Ply Maple with Walnut Strips, Neck-Through Construction
  • Neck Shape SE Bass
  • Neck Depth At The Nut 25.5/32"
  • Width of Fretboard at the Body 2 31/64"
  • Width of Fretboard at the Nut 1 19/32"
  • Fretboard Wood Bound Rosewood
  • Fretboard Inlay Birds
  • Bridge Hipshot TransTone
  • Tuners Hipshot HB6
  • Hardware Type Chrome
  • Controls Two Volume Controls and One Tone Control, Pickguard Mounted
  • Strings 45-105


  • PRS SE Gig Bag Included
  • FREE 70 Point Inspection & Annual Setup
  • Serial Number: CTID73291
  • 10.1 lbs
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