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Musician Pro TR B7

US $1699

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This model has been discontinued

– Limited Lifetime Warranty
– Includes custom hard case
– Arched Maple Top
– 25 1/2” Scale Length
– 1 11/16” TUSQ XL Nut
– Seymour Duncan Humbucker
– Bigsby USA B7 Vibrato
– Gold Hardware


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Case Included

Setup Included

Full Warranty

Seymour Duncan SH-1 59 & SH-4 JB Pickups

Bigsby USA B7 Vibrato and TonePros TPFP Roller Saddle

Pau Ferro fingerboard with Mother of Pearl rectangular inlay


This model has been discontinued

The Musician Pro TR is our premier thin line semi-hollow guitar. A single cutaway maple body, trans-red finish and gold USA Bigsby B7 Vibrato are just the start. We use a unique chambered center block design in this model which cuts down the weight by leaving the balance of the body chamber open. Coupled with an arched top and back, this allows for more acoustic airspace resulting in more open tones. The 25 1⁄2” scale length gives this guitar a much tighter feel while allowing the strings to ring through and sustain much longer versus a traditional 24 3⁄4” scale guitar. The Pro TR features all gold hardware and a pair of Seymour Duncan Humbuckers to give you a complete tonal range along with all the bite and gain you can hope for.



Top: Arched Maple
Body Shape: Single Cutaway, Thinline Semi-Hollow
Back Material: Arched Maple
Center Block: Chambered

Binding: Cream
Weight Relief: None
Average Weight: 9lbs
Finish: Trans Red


Neck Material: Mahogany
Neck Finish: Gloss Natural
Neck Profile: C-Shape
Scale Length: 25.5″ (647.70mm)
Thickness at First Fret: 0.85″ (21.59mm)
Thickness at Twelfth Fret: 0.95″ (24.13mm)
Fingerboard Material: Pau Ferro
Fingerboard Radius: 14″ (355.60mm)

Fingerboard Binding: Cream
Number Of Frets: 20
Frets: Medium Jumbo
Side Markers: Yes
Nut Material: TUSQ XL – Synthetic
Nut Width: 1 11/16″ (42.86mm)
Inlays: Mother of Pearl Rectangle

Hardware & Electronics

Hardware Finish: Gold
Tuner Plating: Gold
Tuning Machines: Grover 18:1
Bridge: Tonepros TPFP Roller Saddle
Tailpiece: Bigsby USA B7 Vibrato
Pickguard: Black
TrussRod: Dual Action
Truss Rod Cover: Single-ply Black
Control Knobs: Speedknob
Switch Tip: Black

Neck Pickup: Seymour Duncan Humbucker – SH-1 59
Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan Humbucker – SH-4 JB
Toggles: 2 Vol, 2 Tone, 3 way switch
Pots: A500K Alpha
Strap Buttons: Gold
Pickup Covers: Gold


Case: Deluxe plush lined hardshell
Warranty: Limited lifetime

Customer Reviews

3 reviews for Musician Pro TR B7

  1. Jamie Thompson

    Hey Fellow Guitar Fans,
    I currently have purchased 5 Prestige models! They all have a very unique voice and cover a lot of musical territory.I can’t honestly say which guitar I favour the most.The quality of workmanship and pickup selection is amazing .The setup right off the shelf is perfect,almost to easy to play! Lol I have left my PRS and Gibson guitars to other guitar owners!! Thanks Prestige!!

  2. Paul Alisauskas

    For some reason, there are few (i.e. one) reviews of this model. I don’t know why, but I want to give the folks at Prestige a commendation for a job (really) well done with this guitar.

    I’ve owned mine for almost 2 years now, so my review is not of the “still in the infatuation” stage of a new guitar. That said, I AM still infatuated.

    My particular guitar might be a bit of a mutant because, unlike the ‘official’ description on the website and in the reviews, it’s a ‘true’ hollow body (i.e. NO centre block). There is an internal mounting ‘island’ supporting the bridge posts and saddle assembly, but is otherwise completely hollow across the entire width of the guitar. I don’t know if this makes it sound much different than the semi-hollow version.

    I’ve had NO feedback problems whatsoever. In fact, I have to work at inducing feedback. On the plus side of the equation, this guitar has a HUGE sound that seemingly only hollow guitars can provide.

    My only modifications to the guitar were: 1) Upping the string gauge to .11 – .52; and 2) Installing a roller saddle. Of course, string gauge is a purely personal preference. As for the ‘roller’, I think any guitar with a Bigsby performs better with less restriction at the saddle, but you may or may not need to do that to suit yourself – it’s a cheap mod, anyway. The workmanship on this guitar is first rate. Everything ‘fits’ and works just right.

    It’s hard to accurately describe just how MANY things a hollow/archtop design brings to the table in terms of richness of tone. Not to take anything away from solid bodies (I have a pile of them), but the same shimmer, body and ‘bell’ quality of tone just ain’t the same.

    Prestige has created a beautiful, functional and eminently useful guitar that can be had for literally a FRACTION of the cost of similar models (if you can FIND anything truly ‘similar’) from the big names. Play one and try and figure out why you’d spend a pile more money for (probably) a lot less….

  3. Rand Hayden

    I have been playing guitar for over fifty years. I own Gibson, Fender, Ibanze, Vox, Dobro, National, Gretsch, Epiphone and a Gallagher. (It is a minor addiction and I can deal with it.) My Prestige is far superior to any of my other guitars. the action is smooth and slick. The Maple body with the Seymour Duncan pickups provide the cleanest tones I have ever heard. The Bigbys stays in tune no matter what I throw at it.

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