PRS SE P20E now available in lotus pink colourway

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PRS SE P20E now available in lotus pink colourway

PRS Lotus Pink SE P20E guitar in home
Words by Sam McNiece

The parlor guitar is back with a new look.

Parlor-sized acoustic guitars aren’t as popular as they used to be, but never the less, PRS Guitars are charging forward with their SE P20E guitar, which is now available in Lotus Pink in limited numbers.

What you need to know:

  • PRS Guitars have announced a limited-edition SE P20E parlor acoustic guitar in Lotus Pink.
  • The guitar features PRS hybrid “X”/Classical bracing which allows the top to freely vibrate.
  • Less than 2,500 of these guitars will be available worldwide and are out now through selected dealers.

Read all the latest product news here.

For those unfamiliar, the PRS SE P20E parlor acoustic is a small form factor guitar that is light and provides manoeuvrability with ease. There’s a unique bracing system for the top wood panel which allows it to freely vibrate, giving off a big tone from the small guitar. Even though the guitar is small, it features a wide fat neck shape that allows for smooth playing across the fretboard while still allowing those with smaller hand sizes to feel comfortable.

“This guitar should not be typecast as a ‘couch guitar’ – it is equally at home on stage,” said Jack Higginbotham, COO PRS Guitars. “These guitars are also unique tools for writing, home-recording, and getting lost in playing for hours without ending up with a sore strumming shoulder. The P20E’s unique voice has a way of taking your music in a different direction.”

This new colourway follows PRS releasing John Mayer’s signature guitar in pink, and although this is a softer, and muted colour, is still pretty neat. There will be less than 2500 of the SE P20E Parlor guitar in lotus pink available worldwide and you can go snag one right now.

If you’d like to find out more about this guitar and how it performs, check out our review of the guitar here.

Head to PRS Guitars’ website for more information and for local enquiries, get in touch with Electric Factory.