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PRS Custom 24 10-Top Flame Maple Electric Guitar
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The PRS Custom 24 Electric Guitar's flamed maple 10-Top is enough to make a grown guitarist drool”meaning, it's a perfect 10. The Custom 24 guitar is...Click To Read More About This Product
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The core of the PRS line. You know you deserve it.
The PRS Custom 24 Electric Guitar's flamed maple 10-Top is enough to make a grown guitarist drool”meaning, it's a perfect 10. The Custom 24 guitar is the core of the PRS line, it's based on the guitar Paul Reed Smith took to his first trade show in 1985. Today, the PRS Custom 24 still comes with the patented PRS Tremolo bridge, locking tuners, and the beautifully carved, figured maple top that is a PRS guitar hallmark.
Push/Pull Tone Control
Allows great tonal versatility using two PRS humbucking pickups.
Push/Pull Down Positions:
¢Toggle Down: Treble Humbucker
¢Toggle Middle: Both Humbuckers
¢Toggle Up: Bass Humbucker
Push/Pull Up Positions:
¢Toggle Down: Treble Single-Coil
¢Toggle Middle: Both Single-Coils
¢Toggle Up: Bass Single-Coil
Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.
- Carved flamed maple top with mahogany back
- 25" scale length mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard and bird inlays
- 24 fret - standard
- PRS tremolo
- PRS 14:1 Phase II low mass locking tuners
- Nickel hardware
- 24 fret - HFS treble and Vintage bass pickups
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This guitar is amazing..I never understood the hype about PRS till i played one..The pickups are great,the fretboard is nice and fast some where in between a strat and les paul..the Quality is amazing like i said before..give this guitar a try..you won't be dissapointed
Bought my PRS Custom 24 10-top (W/T neck) in 1998 and have never regretted the investment. Would actually prefer a neck-thru design, but the pure artistry of the PRS is second to none. Other than a couple fine-tunings to the set-up, all I've had to do is change strings over all these years. Playability, sound and aesthetics are unmatched.