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PRS Custom 24 with Quilt Top and Birds plus 5-Way Blade Electric Guitar
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The PRS Custom 24 Electric Guitar is based on the original classic PRS guitars. It's a bold combination of woods”quilted maple top, mahogany back and...Click To Read More About This Product
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A Custom 24 with a quilted maple top and 5-way switching.
The PRS Custom 24 Electric Guitar is based on the original classic PRS guitars. It's a bold combination of woods”quilted maple top, mahogany back and neck, plus rosewood fretboard”and perfect electronics”HFS bridge and Vintage neck pickups. The 5-way blade pickup selector gives you access to all the great PRS tones. The super-tight neck joint adds sustain and quality feel while the 10" radius fretboard on a standard neck grants very speedy freedom on the 24 fat frets. Patented PRS Tremolo bridge and Phase II low mass locking tuners ensure worry-free whammy action. All crafted by master luthiers. Includes hardshell case.
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- Carved quilted maple top
- Contoured mahogany back
- Mahogany neck
- Standard neck carve
- East Indian rosewood 24-fret fretboard
- 10" radius
- Nickel hardware
- PRS tremolo bridge
- PRS 14:1 Phase II low mass locking tuners
- Bird inlays
- HFS bridge humbucker
- Vintage neck humbucker
- 5-way blade pickup selector
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Yes I have made it I finally bought my PRS and with the wonderful help from the staff it was easy ,Fun and came to my home within 48hours.This guitar Plays it self as a Les Paul Man I was a bit worried about switching over to PRS but My Pauls are my heart But this Guitar is my Dream....It plays like butter the neck is so smooth and effortless to fly on.You have to play it to understand but then you will want it,lol.The pickup go from warm and creamy to massive and screaming and the rest what can I say its a Paul Reed Smith