PRS SE Custom 24 Electric Guitar
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A mahogany body with a maple top, PRS designed pickups and tremolo bridge.
The Paul Reed Smith SE Custom 24 features a racy flattop double cutaway body with the outstanding wood combo of mahogany back and maple top with a curly maple veneer. The 24-fret wide-thin maple neck is smooth and responsive to the most challenging riffs. It includes a PRS-designed tremolo that lets you dive-bomb like crazy and stay in tune. PRS humbuckers provide the crunch and molten tones you crave. Other touches include bird fingerboard inlays and natural maple binding. Case Sold Separately.
Paul Reed Smith SE guitars are built in Korea in a facility operated by talented craftsmen. These are among the best electric guitars in the market for the money.
- Resonant mahogany body with classic PRS body shape
- Maple top with flamed maple veneer
- Set maple neck with wide-thin contour and rosewood fingerboard
- PRS-designed humbuckers and tremolo bridge
- Case Sold Separately
Get PRS looks, sound and playability for one down-to-earth price. Order today.
SE Custom 24 Electric Guitar Specifications:
- Mahogany body
- Maple top with flamed maple veneer
- 25" scale length
- Maple 24-fret neck
- Rosewood fretboard with bird inlays
- Wide-thin neck contour
- PRS-designed tremolo bridge
- PRS-designed tuners PRS-designed Treble and Bass humbucking pickups with zebra bobbins
- Volume and tone control with 3-way toggle pickup selector
- Nickel hardware
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- Beautiful Looks
- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Pick Up
- Good Tone
- Solid Electronics
- No Casegig Bag
- Rock Concerts
- School Bands
- Small Venues
Comments about PRS SE Custom 24 Electric Guitar:
I've been an avid fan of the LP style guitars since I was 11 years old. It took me 15 years to finally afford one though. I used it exclusively for 4 straight years, but I had to change the pick-ups to get the sound I was looking for. I initially wanted the PRS SE Custom 24 as more of a back-up guitar, and for the tremolo, coil-tap pick-ups, and the 24 frets that come standard on this model. I could not have guessed that once I pulled it from it's box that I would imediately fall in love! This guitar is georgous looking, with a fast wide/thin neck and solid top notch construction. The pick-ups are absolutely amazing. Without a doubt this guitar makes me a better musician. I can get a huge variety of tones from this beast too! In the neck position with the coil-tap activated I can get great blues and thin cleans, and the coveted David Gilmour type tones. From the bridge position with the coil-tap activated I can get spanky twang classic Tele type tones, but the money is in the perfect pair of matched humbuckers (HFS bridge & Vintage Bass neck) that come stock! I play in a fairly large church, and from a musicians point of view it's like playing a steady 5 gigs a week with wide varience in crowd and music. I need to be able to provide that twangy spank sound when we do the "older" country-western type songs, and the modern singing solo type tones for more of the "rock" type songs. In my practice time at home/studio space I love playing everything from Steve Lukather to Billy Gibbons, to Steve Vai, to John Petrucci, from Vinnie Moore to Synyster Gates, and from Slash to the Foo Fighters. I do it all with this one guitar!!! If you're on the fence about this purchase let me say this...Don't be. You won't regret it! Please don't get caught up in the whole "made in Korea" thing. You're not getting a PRS "budget" guitar. You're getting a full quality, professional grade peice of musical art.