PRS Guitars announces custom-painted Mark Tremonti Guitars to celebrate 20 years of their partnership
10.11.2021

PRS Guitars announces custom-painted Mark Tremonti Guitars to celebrate 20 years of their partnership

PRS custom-painted Mark Tremonti guitars

Just 20 unique guitars are available, hand-painted by English artist Joe Fenton.

Former Creed and Alter Bridge guitarist Mark Tremonti will celebrate his 20th anniversary with PRS Guitars with a limited custom-painted line of his signature guitar model, one of the best selling models for the American guitar brand.

What you need to know:

  • 20 unique Mark Tremonti limited-edition custom guitars have been announced to celebrate 20 years of his partnership with Paul Reed Smith Guitars.
  • Features the Creed and Alter Bridge guitarist’s 22-fret, 25-inch scale length, pattern thin neck, and adjustable stoptail bridge.
  • Each guitar took Fenton 100 hours to paint.

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Tremonti became just the second guitarist to design a signature PRS model behind only Carlos Santana, and said “working with PRS for the last 20 years has been one of the great honors of my career, and we wanted to celebrate that partnership with something really distinctive”.

He first collaborated with Fenton in 2014 after stumbling across his work when looking for tattoo design inspiration.

“Joe’s artistry was an immediate choice for me,” he said.

“I love the guitar he painted for me, I play it all the time, and making more of these together is really special”.

Fenton said “creating a design for a guitar is really enjoyable”. 

“PRS guitars are a work of art in themselves, I approached designing each guitar as if I was embellishing a jewel with the shape of the guitar informing the final design,” he said.

Tremonti’s core specifications are still beneath the artwork including a 22-fret, 25-inch scale length, pattern thin neck, and an adjustable stoptail bridge with Tremonti treble and bass pickups containing individual volume and tone controls ensuring the final visual matches the sound.

Check out how they were made in the video below.

Contact Electric Factory if you are interested to try and purchase. For more information, check out the designs here, or PRS Guitars’ website.