The Core "Floyd" Custom 24 is equipped with the time-tested Floyd Rose "Original" tremolo system and PRS's 5708 (metal) pickups (uncovered). The Floyd Rose "Original" tremolo and locking nut tuning sy... Click To Read More About This Product
The Core "Floyd" Custom 24 is equipped with the time-tested Floyd Rose "Original" tremolo system and PRS's 5708 (metal) pickups (uncovered). The Floyd Rose "Original" tremolo and locking nut tuning system, is a double-locking design precision-made from high-quality steel, allows players to lock the guitar in tune at the nut and at the bridge which keeps the guitar in tune even during the heaviest dive-bombing sessions.
The Custom 24 is the quintessential PRS guitar. This iconic instrument was the first model that Paul Reed Smith brought to the public at PRS Guitars' first Winter NAMM show in 1985 and has been a top seller ever since.
Pickup Switching Positions:
Position One: Bridge humbucker
Position Two: Bridge humbucker with neck single-coil, in parallel
Position Three: Bridge and neck humbuckers
Position Four: Neck single-coil with bridge single-coil, in parallel
Position Five: Neck humbucker
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Comments about PRS Custom 24 "Floyd" Electric Guitar:
I concede that maybe this isn't the PRS fan's PRS. Most long term PRS enthusiasts look askance at Floyd Roses. But if you are like me, this is worth checking out.
I've been searching for a PRS that I wouldn't mind spending the money on. I've been looking since 1991. I've been close a few times but this one pushed me over the edge. On previous models I always got hung up on the vintage-style tremolo. How on earth could I pay thousands of dollars for something that, while well done, seemed technologically backward to me?
All I wanted in a PRS seemed simple: 24 frets, Floyd Rose, bird inlays, and an Ebony fretboard. Finally, all of these things are available!
But more than finally getting the features that I wanted in one PRS, this thing is so good (and of such quality) that it is making me rethink my relationship with my other guitars. Do I really need all of my US handmade vintage Hamers anymore? This thing has a locking nut where the bolts don't go through the neck. How are they doing that?
You can get great clean sounds to very convincing metal and many good sounds in between. I can't think of anything that this guitar can't do well. If you've always wanted a PRS but were hung up on the tremolo, this is your chance. Buy one before they disappear.