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PRS Custom 22 w/ Bird Inlays, Wide Fat Neck and Ten Top Electric Guitar
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This Paul Reed Smith Custom 22 electric guitar has a fabulous carved maple 10-Top and features a 25" scale length coupled with a comfortable wide fat...Click To Read More About This Product
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This Paul Reed Smith Custom 22 electric guitar has a fabulous carved maple 10-Top and features a 25" scale length coupled with a comfortable wide fat neck profile for exceptional playability. The 22-fret East Indian rosewood fingerboard is dressed with bird fingerboard inlays and a natural maple body body highlight the classic double-cutaway PRS guitar body.
This PRS Custom 22 guitar is loaded with Dragon II Treble and Bass pickups. These medium output pickups boast Alnico magnets for a unique tone that falls between vintage and modern pickup sounds. A 5-way rotary switch selects from the PRS guitar's multiple pickup coil combinations for an amazing variety of tones. All hardware is nickel including a PRS stoptail bridge and Phase II locking tuners. Includes a hardshell case.
- Style: double-cutaway PRS guitar
- Top: figured maple 10-Top
- Back: mahogany
- Style: set
- Wood: mahogany
- Neck shape: wide fat
- Nut width: 1-11/16"
- Fretboard: East Indian rosewood
- Inlays: bird inlays
- Fretboard radius: 10"
- No. Of frets: 22
- Scale length: 25"
- Hardware: nickel
- Tuners: PRS 14:1 ratio phase II low mass locking
- Bridge: straight stoptail
- Bridge pickup: Dragon II treble
- Neck pickup: Dragon II Bass
- Controls: volume and tone with 5-way rotary switch
- Case: hardshell
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I've played on of these for years. I own 25 guitars, this is my workhorse. Tones from deep rich Les Paul-ish to thin-high pitched Fender Strat-ish. Neck is fast, finish is highly durable. I use mine on gigs, regularly, not a scratch. I can't say enough about this guitar. The PRS is among the finest production guitars in the world. check the amps, too.