Paul Reed Smith (PRS) Guitars in Stevensville, Maryland, are creator of premium guitars and amplifiers, and they’ve been churning out masterpieces for over thirty years. Their latest creation is the Reclaimed Series of Guitars, crafted from over 100-year old Brazilian Atlantic Forest Peroba Rosa and Brauna Preto woods, which have, importantly, been reclaimed from old buildings. The guitars are available in two distinct styles: the CE24 Semi-hollow which features a mahogany back, a 24-fret, 25″ maple wood neck, tremolo bridge, and nickel hardware. The S2 Vela Semi-hollow guitar also features a mahogany back but only a 22-fret, 25″ mahogany neck. There are two pickups; a Type-D single coil at the neck and a Starla humbucking pickup at bridge. Both guitars also boast “old school” birds inlays on the fretboards. Priced at $1600 and $1250, these guitars are just the perfect gift for the music aficionado with an eco-conscious sense.