The PRS SE Custom 24 electric guitar features a mahogany body, maple top with a flame maple veneer, three piece wide-thin maple neck, rosewood fretboard and moon inlays.
Incorporating PRS designed HFS treble and bass pickups, the SE Custom 24 produces a wide range of tonal possibilities enhanced by a variety of switching options.
SE Custom 24 Model Specs Body
Back Wood Mahogany
Top Wood Maple Top with Flame Maple Veneer
Number of Frets 24
Scale Length 25"
Neck Wood Maple
Fretboard Wood Rosewood
Neck Shape Wide Thin
Bridge PRS Designed Tremolo
Tuners PRS Designed Tuners
Hardware Type Nickel
Treble Pickup PRS Designed Treble Humbucker with Zebra Bobbins
Bass Pickup PRS Designed Bass Humbucker with Zebra Bobbins
Pickup Switching Volume and Tone Control with 3-Way Toggle Pickup Selector
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Paul Reed Smith guitars were designed to find a middle ground between the instruments of two leading makers of American electric guitars, Fender and Gibson. While Fender guitars are generally seen as offering a bright, responsive tone, with a hint of "twang" from their longer scale length, Gibson guitars are seen as having a warm, rich tone, with a deep, dark low end. In comparison, PRS guitars generally have a responsive high end that does not twang, and a rich low end that is very clear. Paul Reed Smith has said in interviews that two major inspirations for his guitars were the Fender Stratocaster and the Gibson Les Paul Junior.