Most people know that Paul Reed Smith knows how to make a good guitar, but did you know they also know a thing or two about guitar amps? They also know something about bringing the right people in to help make good guitar amps. In this case, PRS enlisted the help of master guitar guru Doug Sewell to help bring the company’s guitar amp creations to light.
It’s difficult for a company that specializes in guitars to transition to offering high quality amplifiers. There are some great guitar companies (read: Gibson) that just never make huge forays into the amp business. Fender obviously pulled it off. And so has PRS.
Paul Reed Smith amplifiers owe their heritage to both classic American and British based designs. In a relatively brief time, PRS amplifiers have received rave reviews and have shown that an “old dog” can learn a few new tricks. Some of the company’s most cherished amps include the Sweet 16, PRS 30, and Super Dallas.