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Opinions vary here but I feel that the Indian Rosewood they use is still OK and shouldn't be a reason not to buy a guitar made after 1991.
1995 -- PRS had several hefty price increases, due to the increasing popularity of the guitar and their inability to produce enough guitars to satisfy the market.
I've been playing for a total of four years, 2 about 30 years ago, and I recently began playing again about 2 years ago. I gave it up 30 years ago because my life got complicated, and the work required to support it got in the way.
I got back into playing because my son wanted to learn how.
the newer one that is a 2 piece bolted together unit. This affects the playability of the guitar adversely and also reduces the value of the guitar greatly. This cost cutting move was especially dastardly, because it's impossible to visually tell the difference: The wood is painted opaque on most of the models.
(I offer a conversion back to original; on this call for details) 1995 -- PRS changed the wood on their Classic Electric CE model from Alder to Mahogany. I would classify this change as downright dishonesty and fraud.