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Back before the dawn of the “boutique” gear industry, Paul Reed Smith boldly positioned himself in between the two major American solid-body guitar builders and changed music history forever. He took the sleek contours of Gibson, combined them with the pragmatic simplicity of Fender, and added a 25” scale length that he felt best complimented standard tuning. The result was an instrument that won over everyone from John Mclaughlin to Carlos Santana to John Mayer.