November 2020. Our Verdict. S2 McCarty 594 Thinline Pre-Order Now On the tone-side of things, the new S2 McCarty family features 58/15 "S" pickups, which can achieve both authentic humbucking thickness and more nuanced single-coil precision at the player's discretion, and dual volume and push/pull tone controls. The Thinline version, meanwhile, has (unsurprisingly) a thinner, one-piece, all-mahogany body and a ‘Pattern Thin’ neck shape. Vintage style meets modern PRS construction. Nun ist also auch die PRS McCarty in der S2-Serie von PRS angekommen und damit ein spürbares Stück erschwinglicher geworden. With the ever-present Custom on one side and the trending 594 on the other – not to mention Paul’s Guitar, the DGT and even the 509 or the new S2 594s – the McCarty would seem to outsiders like us to have considerable competition within PRS’s own catalogue, let alone in-store. Each of the S2 McCarty 594 instruments feature 22-fret mahogany necks with bound rosewood fretboards, as well as the PRS zinc two-piece bridge and vintage-style tuners. Shares. PRS McCarty 594 review Spirit of '59 £3235; $4200; By Dave Burrluck 14 July 2016. Cons Never cheap, but then neither is what we see, feel or hear! The PRS McCarty 594 is a thing of beauty – perfectly combining that search for vintage authenticity married to modern construction, tonal/playing consistency and good looks. How do they fare in the flesh? The McCarty 594 will also have a closer scale length to the 245 as well - its 24.594" (hence the name) compared to the 24.5" you already have or the 25" of the S2. Pros Four-control classic layout and shoulder-placed toggle switch; superb build; oh-so-classic vintage single-cut tones. Not to say that the McCarty S2 594s were cheap per se. Both maple top versions, double cut and Singlecut, sport a ‘Pattern Vintage’ neck shape. PRS McCarty 594. Very well… By Dave Burrluck 26 June 2020 With the ever-present Custom on one side and the trending 594 on the other – not to mention Paul’s Guitar, the DGT and even the 509 or the new S2 594s – the McCarty would seem to outsiders like us to have considerable competition within PRS’s own catalogue, let alone in-store. PRS McCarty 594 deals. Each of the S2 McCarty 594 instruments feature 22-fret mahogany necks with bound rosewood fretboards, as well as a PRS zinc two-piece bridge and vintage-style tuners. I like my Vela, but am thinking I would probably prefer the Gibson scale on the 594 (24.595" versus the Vela's typical PRS 25" scale). Die McCarty ist in der S2-Serie angekommen . Both maple top versions, double and single cut, sport a Pattern Vintage neck shape. The all-new S2 McCarty 594 Thinline features a thinner, one-piece, all-mahogany body and a Pattern Thin neck shape. TEILEN. TEILEN. TEILEN. Test: PRS S2 McCarty 594, E-Gitarre. PRS S2 McCarty 594, S2 McCarty 594 Singlecut & S2 McCarty 594 Thinline review PRS’s trio of S2 594 models were a big hit at this year’s NAMM Show. Review. 8. The McCarty S2 594s were our best guitars of the show on the rationale that they brought PRS's boutique, top-end quality within the reach of more players, exemplifying "PRS strengths in building, with its commitment to delivering those qualities at accessible prices for more players than ever.". This is simply one of the most highly-tuned instruments money can buy. Evolved from designs Paul Reed Smith has been working on for decades and perfected after years of prototyping, the Pattern Thin neck carve is an updated version of the traditional Wide Thin neck style. The PRS S2 McCarty 594 Thinline features PRS’s Pattern Thin neck profile. I'm also looking forward to trying this model out when they finally hit the stores. The S2 McCarty 594 Thinline edges closer towards a retro look than what you might already be familiar with from PRS, but this gorgeous guitar still incorporates their incredible construction techniques and push/pull coil split for access to both humbucker and single coil tones. Issue #50. PRS's Pattern Thin neck as found on the S2 McCarty 594 Thinline is pretty close to a Gibson slim taper. Die PRS S2 McCarty 594. The 594 is fully US built - that includes the Pick-Ups that will be made in the US factory where as the S2 will be assembled in the US with imported PU's - whether that matters to you or not.