The Iconic Custom 24 with Roasted Maple Neck
Boasting a roasted maple neck for rock-solid long-term performance, the Paul Reed Smith SE Custom 24 Limited Edition solidbody electric guitar delivers sonic excellence at a great value. The SE Custom 24 Limited Edition’s mahogany body and maple top hold two great-sounding PRS-designed 85/15 S humbucking pickups. Its roasted maple neck features a wide-thin shape for very easy playing in any position, and the roasted maple fretboard is adorned with classic PRS bird inlays. Combining a player-favorite guitar design with a premium roasted maple neck, the PRS SE Custom 24 Limited Edition is sure to stand out in your guitar collection.
The combination of a mahogany body and maple top gives the SE Custom 24 Limited Edition a perfect balance of rich midrange and bright snap, and the beautiful quilted maple top veneer helps make this instrument a real looker. Add a pair of PRS-designed humbuckers in the bridge and neck positions, and you’ve got a recipe for thick, sustaining tones. Pull up on the tone pot, and you’ll access chiming, bell-like single-coil sounds. And the SE Custom 24 Limited Edition’s maple neck has a wide-thin carve, making it very fast and comfortable to play in any position.
PRS-designed 85/15 S humbucking pickups
The two pickups in this SE Custom 24 Limited Edition are Paul Reed Smith-designed 85/15 S humbuckers. An update on PRS’s original humbuckers, the 85/15 S is designed to sound terrific whether used in humbucking or single-coil modes. They offer you plenty of output for driving your amp hard while sounding clear and detailed when you want. These SE humbuckers closely resemble the tones of the US-made versions found in the solidbody electric guitars.
PRS quality in every guitar
All Paul Reed Smith guitars are designed for performance, right out of the case — and the SE Custom 24 Limited Edition is no exception. Constructed from high-quality tonewoods and components, PRS instruments carry on a commitment to quality that’s been the brand’s hallmark since 1985, when Paul Smith began crafting guitars for some of the most elite players in the world. In fact, you’ll often see a PRS SE in the touring rigs of the most well-respected PRS artists in the world.