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PRS 25th Anniversary Custom 24 10-Top Standard Neck Electric Guitar
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To celebrate its 25th Anniversary, PRS is offering the Custom 24 with shadow bird inlays, anniversary headstock eagle, bound rosewood fretboard, 57/0...Click To Read More About This Product
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The guitar that launched PRS.
To celebrate its 25th Anniversary, PRS is offering the Custom 24 with shadow bird inlays, anniversary headstock eagle, bound rosewood fretboard, 57/08 pickups, a unique color palette, and a gorgeous 10-top.
25 years of building consistent guitars to extremely high quality standards centered around innovation and constant change has made the PRS Custom 24 a perennial favorite with guitar players. This is the original PRS”the guitar the company was founded on”the guitar Paul Reed Smith took to his first trade show in 1985, and the first guitar produced in the PRS factory.
Carved 10 Top flamed curly maple top
Mahogany back wood
Set mahogany neck
Standard neck shape
Bound rosewood fretboard
1-21/32" nut width
10" fretboard radius
25th Anniversary shadow birds inlays
Eagle headstock inlay
PRS 14:1 Phase II low-mass locking tuners
57/08 Treble humbucker
57/08 Bass humbucker
Volume and tone control
5-way rotary pickup selector
Position 10: Treble pickup
Position 9: Outside coils- deep and clear - parallel
Position 8: Series single coils ” Warm version of the "in between the treble and middle pickups
Position 7: Parallel single coils ” Crisp version of the "in between the treble and middle pickups"
Position 6: Bass pickup
Acrylic urethane finish
Reviewed by 4 customers
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Hi my name is david let me just tell u one thing i played a fender deluxe for years and a ibanez jem .. nothing "again" nothing beats this prs 25th i got it here from musicians friend a week ago and i didn't sleep since then ... if ur worried about the money then open a members card and pay it off slowly. (just make sure before u buy if u like the standard or wide thin neck) Rock on
After years of wanting a Paul Reed Smith, I finally got the money I needed and drove to Guitar Center in Atlanta to buy one. After playing several, this is the one I went with. It has everything I could ever want in an instrument: ease of playability, great tonal possibilities, a stable tremolo system, high quality craftsmanship, physical and musical beauty. It's just a delight to play. You can get thick, Les Paul-ish tones or bright, cutting Strat tones; you can shred up and down the neck or just hold one bend and let it sing, you can dive-bomb and yank the tremolo bar up and stay in tune, whatever you want. Crystal clean or monstrously heavy, this guitar is up to the task. And even when you're not playing, it's fantastic eye candy. It's expensive, but worth every penny. If I had the money, I'd get a second.
I dont want anyone jumping and buying this guitar. because i post a positive review. But then again why not? the PRS custom 24 has the best sound quality and tone variations on any PRS or any other guitar i have played. i was truly amazind when i first played this guitar. I explored new sounds that i hadent even heard before. I highly recomend. Yes it is a little spendy but i assure you all, it is a fanominal guitar.
Great guitar - sound and playability is superb. Only beef is that I wish there were more colors and I would have been able to select the top. You are literally taking a blind stab in the dark because you don't know what kind of top you're going to get. (Yes it's a 10 top, but there are flames, bursts, and sometimes its not uniform through the body)
Probably the best guitar I've ever played in terms of quality and sound. It just feels so comfortable in my hands. the 57/08 gives that vintage PAF sound I was looking for in a humbucker. Sounds very good in all pickup positions.
Wish I could see the top before purchasing it, althought mine has a spectacular 10 top, the figure sort of fades away on the bottom. I wish I could've seen the guitar and PICKED out a specific guitar with the exact flame.
Very pricey, but you get what you pay for, very pricey, but very much worth it if you have the money. Try to find used if you can, because it's very pricey new.