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PRS SE Custom 24 Electric Guitar
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A mahogany body with a maple top, PRS designed pickups and tremolo bridge.

The Paul Reed Smith SE Custom 24 features a racy flattop double cutaway body with the outstanding wood combo of mahogany back and maple top with a curly maple veneer. The 24-fret wide-thin maple neck is smooth and responsive to the most challenging riffs. It includes a PRS-designed tremolo that lets you dive-bomb like crazy and stay in tune. PRS humbuckers provide the crunch and molten tones you crave. Other touches include bird fingerboard inlays and natural maple binding. Case Sold Separately.

Paul Reed Smith SE guitars are built in Korea in a facility operated by talented craftsmen. These are among the best electric guitars in the market for the money.

PRS SE Custom 24 Electric Guitar Features:

  • Resonant mahogany body with classic PRS body shape
    Maple top with flamed maple veneer
    Set maple neck with wide-thin contour and rosewood fingerboard
    PRS-designed humbuckers and tremolo bridge
    Case Sold Separately

PRS SE Custom 24 Electric Guitar Specifications:

  • Mahogany body
    Maple top with flamed maple veneer
    25" scale length
    Maple 24-fret neck
    Rosewood fretboard with bird inlays
    Wide-thin neck contour
    PRS-designed tremolo bridge
    PRS-designed tuners PRS-designed Treble and Bass humbucking pickups with zebra bobbins
    Volume and tone control with 3-way toggle pickup selector
    Nickel hardware

PRS SE Custom 24 Electric Guitar

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  • Great guitar minor glitches

    As reviewed by Todd Dionne on 12/11/2013

    This is a fantastic guitar for the money. I absolutely love the neck, the weight and the balance. I bought the Tobacco Sunburst version and the finish is nice. The bridge pickup is very bright, but that is what I was looking personally looking for. It may not suit some players taste, especially those playing metal, etc. I bought the guitar in store and after playing it knew there would have to be some adjustments. As a matter of fact this guitar was so badly set up ( hopefully not by a GC tech) I imagine that is why it hadn't sold. Come to find out many players are having trouble with the guitar not staying in tune. There are various PRS forums about this issue. I found that my issue was the nut. After inspecting it closely the string guides in the nut were not wide enough for the E A D G strings to slide without binding. I resolved the issue myself by purchasing a micro file set from LOWE's for 2.50 and the finest metal sand paper I could find. I gingerly and gradually widened each string guide and finished with very light sanding. If you do this make sure that you do make the guides deeper! This fix absolutely solved my issue and now after lowering the saddles to their lowest height, adjusting the trem height and a minor neck tweek the action is low and smooth and this has a buttery feel and now never goes out of tune no matter how much I use the trem. Obviously, from all the people reporting the same issue there is a manufacturing/quality control issue regarding the nut, but I would start with this simple fix before replacing saddles, etc or the trem itself. Very happy with this guitar and covers a range of musical styles. I recommend even though I had those initial issues and 5 stars despite because it was such a simple fix.

    6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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    As reviewed by john Sturgill on 6/11/2012

    Sick guitar, plays like a dream. The pickups sound great! It is extremely versitile and very lightweight. I am playing it through a vox ac15c1, and let me tell you it is awesome! I bought this guitar to be my main crunchy overdrive guitar, but its clean sound is also amazing!

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • Great All Around Guitar

    As reviewed by Andy on 9/1/2011

    I picked one of these up at my local GC about 8 months ago and have been loving it ever since. The playability is second to none, the neck profile is thin yet substantial, the action can be set quite low with no dead spots, and the fretboard is silky smooth. The tone is great, and makes it sound right at home in almost any style of music. The maple neck gives it a snappy tone with tight bass, and the 24 fret neck pushes the neck pickup just a little closer to the bridge, which gives the neck pickup a little more definition. Drive sounds with this thing are killer, harmonics are a breeze and it has a nice punchy, full sound. The pickups themselves breathe tone, and are fairly hot, but clean up very nicely, running both pickups sounds very similar to the "in-between" sound of a strat, despite having humbuckers. I was actually quite surprised at how great the clean tones were on this. The only tone I have a hard time getting is a warm neck pickup blues tone, again due to the placement of the neck pickup. The setup was nearly perfect, just required some string height adjustment that was more of a personal preference thing. Other than that, no sharp fret ends, nut was good, trem was good, inlays are done perfectly, knobs and switch are rock solid, and the pots have a great taper and are very useable. This is my 2nd SE and I'll keep going for these over cheaper "budget" guitars because I know PRS stands behind the SE line and makes no compromises in quality. Unfortunately, the SE line doesn't feature coil tap and some of the other high end bells and whistles, but it's still perfectly useable, and feels and sounds great. Definitely check one out!

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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