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PRS Custom 24 Grey Black RW #254857
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What we say:
The Custom 24 is the quintessential PRS electric guitar. A carved, double cutaway body with a set neck and a pair of humbuckers help to define this game-changing instrument. This is the current incarnation of the guitar Paul originally marketed in the mid 80s and is considered a modern classic.
Each and every USA made PRS guitar we sell has been personally viewed and selected by us in person: we see them before we buy them and often have first pick from all models coming into the UK: this means we can choose from the very best examples to bring you a range of particularly special instruments.
The PRS Custom 24 is something of a beautiful hybrid that allows guitarists access to a range of tones from ‘both sides’ whilst being able stake out a degree individuality at the same time. The Custom 24 defines the idea of ‘PRS guitar’ in so many ways: it has the attractive figured maple top, the Bird inlays, the fantastically functional tremolo and the humbucker/split coil options.
This guitar has been finished in Grey Black, a gorgeous choice that subtly shows off the instruments figured top.
The neck has PRS’s Pattern Regular profile for a pleasingly substantial feel.
Finally the pickups themselves are PRS’s best yet: the 85/15 humbuckers found on this guitar are wound on older machines with older wire to capture the original, thrilling mid 80s PRS sound that started the whole ball rolling!
Regardless of the genres and styles you want to explore, this PRS Custom 24 will help you get there with unmatched style, finesse, quality and brilliance.
- Flame Maple Top
- One Piece Mahogany Back
- Pattern Regular Mahogany Neck
- Rosewood Fingerboard
- Bird Inlays
- 85/15 Pickups
- Volume and Tone Control with 5-Way Blade Switch
- Phase III Tuners
- Nickel Hardware
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