The limited-edition model – the brand’s second special-run Parlor following its Antique White iteration that was unveiled earlier this year – features a spec sheet that stays true to PRS’s Parlor template, though equips the easy-playing six-string with a vibrant aesthetic pop.
Like the flagship Parlor SE models, which were the first-ever parlor-sized acoustics to grace PRS’s lineup, the Lotus Pink guitar boasts the PRS hybrid “X”/Classical bracing, which was designed in an effort to allow the top to “freely vibrate” for organic unplugged tones.
For amplified tones, the Parlor comes equipped with a Fishman GT1 pickup system, complete with under-saddle pickup and soundhole-mounted preamp with volume and tone controls.
In terms of build, the Lotus Pink guitar features the line-standard mahogany construction – comprising mahogany top, back and sides – as well as an ebony fretboard and bridge, bone nut and saddle, and a mahogany neck.
As is the case with every PRS model, the sleek acoustic flashes Birds inlays, and is also treated to further aesthetic gravitas by way of a Creme Herringbone rosette and body binding.
It’s the second limited-edition colorway to be introduced to the line, with Blacktop, Charcoal and Vintage Natural finishes serving us the six-strings’ stalwart finish options.
Of the new-look option, PRS COO Jack Higginbotham said, “This guitar should not be typecast as a ‘couch guitar’ – it is equally at home on stage.”
The Lotus Pink PRS Parlor SE is available now for $629.
To find out more, head over to PRS.