- Product 530022
PRS Custom 22 Flame Maple 10 Top, Wide Fat Neck with Bird Inlays and Tremolo Electric Guitar
- Write a Review
The Custom 22 Artist Electric Guitar has the special 25" Paul Reed Smith scale length coupled with a comfortable, wide fat neck, and gold covered D...Read More
We're sorry-this item is unavailable.
Find a similar product below or contact our experts for a recommendation of great alternatives. Call us at 800-449-9128.Customers Also Viewed:
The Custom 22 Artist Electric Guitar has the special 25" Paul Reed Smith scale length coupled with a comfortable, wide fat neck, and gold covered Dragon II pickups. The Artist 22 comes with chrome nickel hardware, tremolo bridge, low-mass locking tuners, and a figured maple top that is a PRS hallmark. Includes a hardshell case.
- Body Style: Double Cutaway
- Top Wood: 10 Top Flame Maple
- Body wood: Mahogany
- Finish: Gloss Grey Black
- Case: Hardshell
- Neck Joint: Set
- Scale Length: 25"
- Neck Wood: Mahogany
- Neck Shape: Wide fat
- Fingerboard: Macassar Ebony
- Fingerboard Inlays: Abalone Bird inlays
- Fingerboard Radius: 10"
- Number of Frets: 22
- Nut Width: 1-11/16"
- Bridge: PRS Tremolo
- Tuners: 14:1 Phase II Low Mass Locking Tuners
- Hardware Color: Chrome Nickel
- Pickups: PRS Dragon II treble and bass pickups with covers
- Controls: Volume and Tone control with 5-way rotary pickup selector
Reviewed by 1 customer
Displaying review 1
I've been playing on and off for 12 years, and played & owned a lot of guitars. I've owned the costume 22 for 4-5 years. This guitar is so pretty, I still get that new guitar exitment every time I open the case. the action is perfect, I can hit every note w/o a buzz if I look at it hard enough. The tone and sustain are unmatched. This guitar matched with elixir strings is unbeatable. Neck through body is always a plus in my book. It's very light weight so you can play all night. The only thing someone may not like is that the neck, although easy to play, is a little wide, making a stretch to play those 5 finered chords. If you a true long term instumentalist, the investment is well worth it. I still use my strat, but the custom 22 is my baby. I my get somthing from the custom shop, but we'll see how long i have to save up.