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  • jerodoujerodou

    PRS CE24Published on 08/29/06 at 10:49
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    Model PRS Custom 24 cases (CU24) color royal blue (royal blue).
    It manufactures in usa t entirely montea hand.
    It possde 24 frets, with two humbucking: a vintage bass in the neck position and HFS in the bridge position. Both pickups are original, they conuent entirely by PRS for its guitars.
    The mcaniques ropes PRS is a patented system which allows mounting ropes 1/4 turn (no more cramps door handle), but you must take the hand is at the beginning galre a bit but then there wholes readily see the advantage. Deplus this system is self-locking thus favors the holding of agreement even if we are like crazy on the vibrato is really a plus for playing comfort.

    The bridge is "type fender…
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    Model PRS Custom 24 cases (CU24) color royal blue (royal blue).
    It manufactures in usa t entirely montea hand.
    It possde 24 frets, with two humbucking: a vintage bass in the neck position and HFS in the bridge position. Both pickups are original, they conuent entirely by PRS for its guitars.
    The mcaniques ropes PRS is a patented system which allows mounting ropes 1/4 turn (no more cramps door handle), but you must take the hand is at the beginning galre a bit but then there wholes readily see the advantage. Deplus this system is self-locking thus favors the holding of agreement even if we are like crazy on the vibrato is really a plus for playing comfort.

    The bridge is "type fender" with the whammy bar that slides into place, unlike Fender (s) that screws.
    The guitar is equipped with a rotating 5-way switch, volume button, and a Tone knob.

    The selector DIFFERENT modes:
    Position 5: Bridge Pickup (sound very powerful, a lot of precision, say nothing is perfect.)
    Position 4: Bridge pickup in series with the neck pickup, you lose a little pattate the osrque we just position 5, this is due to wiring in series. (A typical PRS sound. In the clear position cete rendering magnifique.Le better its clear that I personally was never heard on other guitars of commerce).
    Position 3: Micro bridge and neck humbucker in both coupls In parallel (Idale to keep a rhythm).

    Position 2: Micro coupled single coil bridge and neck pickup In parallel single bobinage.Cette position allows it really raproch the sonority of a fender with even when the sound typ PRS. (The sound quality toujour.

    Position1: Neck Pickup (sound well ... still nothing wrong.)

    The handle is al.

    USE

    The handle is very pleasant it is a trade-off between Fender and Gibson I think.
    Let me explain Gison boxes are more than the Fender srres and mache is "bomb.
    The PRS Bay distance the handle has a handle boxes Fender and Fender a compromise between the handle "C" and the handle Gibson.C'est a true Russianness, essay it is adopted .dropoff window
    The handling of this guitar is amazing, it was imprssion the handle starts at your hand immediately.

    Treble are very easy to access "Type Gibson SG" in the sprit.

    Attenetion, this guitar is its weight (a little nearly the same as a Gibson Les Paul), but that's because they have the quality of wood that is a.Allez you not your grandmas
    all the same.

    Regarding the sound, I find it exellent, there's really nothing to say except that it's perfect.

    If they are those who find it a bad sound then it really that they arrtent guitar. As against this, can not love the sonority PRS.

    SONORITS

    It suits all styles of music I do not see that it could not play.
    I think that all lamps amp is ideal for this kind of guitar with a little weakness for Mesa / Boogie amps.

    All types of sonority its authorized with this instrument biensur amp've used it for many. It adapts to you and your personality.

    My personal, I did with a group of hardcore, jazz conservatory and alternative rock with another groupe.Et the beast it's good stein route.Vraiment a versatile guitar.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for 6 years, I've had it in 2000.
    I love everything about this guitar I find nothing to fault it.

    Except little-being rotary selector that is not very easy if one executes a solo and that it changes position the flies like a Fender Stratocaster (severe acute micro -Non ) it is impossible faire.D'ailleur I do not understand why PRS did not put a knob "type stratocaster" has the option limits for those who want it (may be a result of patent) .But it is also true that the three buttons give a nice cot aesthetic playing the guitar.
    it is an instrument of quality and quality has a price.

    yes, I would do this choice without a doubt.
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  • fantomas197fantomas197

    PRS CE24Published on 03/22/10 at 12:58
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    USE

    The handle is no more. The ergonomics are quite good. The access to acute is average I think. For the price I although one hopes to find a good sound quickly. I put it 5 because for the price I have already been a lot better (even for less).

    SONORITS

    Well, it's pretty versatile, good sound Gnrale. I tried with Marshall, Peavey and Blackheart (all lamp), my Gibson is doing better. I put him 6 because it is good no more.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Well it's that of a friend who, very proud of that pay this fine, made me try. I cheeks several amps and I told her she is really good (I did not know too PRS), until such time as it gives me the price of the guitar. I am …
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    USE

    The handle is no more. The ergonomics are quite good. The access to acute is average I think. For the price I although one hopes to find a good sound quickly. I put it 5 because for the price I have already been a lot better (even for less).

    SONORITS

    Well, it's pretty versatile, good sound Gnrale. I tried with Marshall, Peavey and Blackheart (all lamp), my Gibson is doing better. I put him 6 because it is good no more.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Well it's that of a friend who, very proud of that pay this fine, made me try. I cheeks several amps and I told her she is really good (I did not know too PRS), until such time as it gives me the price of the guitar. I am sorry but the share of the manufacturing quality, woods used this guitar is good without more !!! Why such a price? For 100 years old wood with very little human ears will make the difference with others? For finishes? Microphones? Or simply the name? Frankly I do not understand, there are other brands that abuse their names, but frankly it's making fun of us !! I was in the hands of the guitars I n'tais not even worthy to set eyes but who really had their prices arguments (like MusicMan Petrucci for example). It's a good guitar, but it is not worth that price. I made him try my Gibson and my Jackson (though not the US one) and my buddy went white ... Limit he brought PRS to the store. I know that there are some who will scream on seeing my post but that's what I think. At 1500 I will say that it's a great scratch ... I say it's good ...

    Edit: I did not know that they are manufactured by hand, which explains the price but hey I do not change my mind either.
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  • tictac847tictac847

    A massacre

    PRS CE24Published on 02/04/13 at 10:30
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    Wood:
    -Mahogany body / maple table
    Channel:
    Maple-
    -Rosewood
    -24 Frets
    Mike
    -2 Humbuckers pickups in the PRS
    Vintage bass bridge in
    HFS (Hot fat scream) to handle
    -Selector 5 positions

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin enough and pleasant touch, no problem for access to acute, you can place these licks without much problem even on the last frets.
    The guitar is very slight (a little less than a strat but much more than a Les Paul).
    This gives a good sound of the first connection.
    This is a guitar that sounds very good even unplugged.
    The only complaint I would choose the potentiometer for the selection of microphones, which requires the precision when you wa…
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    Wood:
    -Mahogany body / maple table
    Channel:
    Maple-
    -Rosewood
    -24 Frets
    Mike
    -2 Humbuckers pickups in the PRS
    Vintage bass bridge in
    HFS (Hot fat scream) to handle
    -Selector 5 positions

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin enough and pleasant touch, no problem for access to acute, you can place these licks without much problem even on the last frets.
    The guitar is very slight (a little less than a strat but much more than a Les Paul).
    This gives a good sound of the first connection.
    This is a guitar that sounds very good even unplugged.
    The only complaint I would choose the potentiometer for the selection of microphones, which requires the precision when you want to go to intermediate in position to forget the passage between two micro rapid licks.
    I put an 8 because the selectors is really difficult to manage. I thought to myself with time but not ...

    SOUNDS

    I use a Mesa Boogie F30.
    What I like is the versatility of sound.
    You can have all the desired sounds by playing with the settings.
    In the HFS splitant I can get a sound close to a strat with a little less slamming (but hey you can not have everything) and sounds very hot on Vintage Bass humbucker. I can even get close to a half of the fat body in playing the tone knob.
    Even with big disco (Mesa), the sound is clean and can distinguish between different harmonics.
    After 3 years I still continued to find new sounds.
    This is clearly the strong points of this guitar
    What I prefer is the Vintage Bass Split on for Slap; With a little compression over one the impression that the sound is reworked in the studio.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years.
    I esseyé lot of strats, les paul and the Musicman, and even other models including the PRS CU24. But I had a crush on this one.
    What I like most is the versatility of sounds.
    It is true that the price is quite high, but the cost of quality.
    I would do the same NIOHC without hesitation.
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  • MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

    Paul Reed Smith CE24

    PRS CE24Published on 06/26/01 at 15:00
    $600 Used


    It seems PRS guitars speak for themselves, but here it goes. The range of tones you get are excellent. It is like having a 3-neck guitar with Strat, Tele, and Les Paul pickups on it. Truly a great range of vintage tones on a guitar with some modern features. The tremolo/tuning system is the best non-floyd rose I have played. Stays in tune perfectly through all but the most aggressive tremolo work. It plays like a dream, and looks like one.


    A glue-in neck with ebony fingerboard and bird inlays would have been nice, but I'm not complaining.


    The shape of this guitar coupled with a flame maple top, and the PRS style unstained maple stip (looks like binding) make it a bea…
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    $600 Used


    It seems PRS guitars speak for themselves, but here it goes. The range of tones you get are excellent. It is like having a 3-neck guitar with Strat, Tele, and Les Paul pickups on it. Truly a great range of vintage tones on a guitar with some modern features. The tremolo/tuning system is the best non-floyd rose I have played. Stays in tune perfectly through all but the most aggressive tremolo work. It plays like a dream, and looks like one.


    A glue-in neck with ebony fingerboard and bird inlays would have been nice, but I'm not complaining.


    The shape of this guitar coupled with a flame maple top, and the PRS style unstained maple stip (looks like binding) make it a beatiful, well constructed instrument.


    PRS is among the best of the best. When I have the money, I will buy one of their top models.


    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • hazy geohazy geo

    Guitar prestige

    PRS CE24Published on 02/17/12 at 08:47
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    handle a super nice compromise between fender and gibson with access to acute super simple.
    The mechanics are the famous winged block super precise tuning and a terrible thoroughness the only problem is changing strings takes the lead as the system of mechanical and very special so you have to do if
    Made in United States

    UTILIZATION

    super nice on the body a perfect violin prefactory bolt requires one of 93 mine is in black and sunburst 93 since the varnish has not moved a muscle, the access to acute as said before this is to a monstrous simplicity and sounds come magically even if I modified mine by putting a 3 position selector and a tone with a split I kiff

    SOUNDS
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    handle a super nice compromise between fender and gibson with access to acute super simple.
    The mechanics are the famous winged block super precise tuning and a terrible thoroughness the only problem is changing strings takes the lead as the system of mechanical and very special so you have to do if
    Made in United States

    UTILIZATION

    super nice on the body a perfect violin prefactory bolt requires one of 93 mine is in black and sunburst 93 since the varnish has not moved a muscle, the access to acute as said before this is to a monstrous simplicity and sounds come magically even if I modified mine by putting a 3 position selector and a tone with a split I kiff

    SOUNDS

    of blue metal to jazz to hardcore gore vomit partoux she dislocated there is no other word to micro vintage bass and treble are terrible even though I have plans to put the signature tremonti they are exelent clear sounds are awesome on a hugh and Ketner blues junior or a jcm 900 or 410 on a jvm or even on the mesa clean with this guitar are superb and the views of all zicos with whom I played were unanimous

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for years I do not know the exact score but at the time in converting Euro 2500 but it did for prefactory same time!!
    the only flaw of the marvel that is the mechanical winged I'll change for self-locking prs course
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  • simoulinsimoulin

    5 years ago

    PRS CE24Published on 12/30/11 at 12:55
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    United States, blue, 24 frets

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, but not too late instead.

    The weight is pretty light but the wood allows the guitar to have a very good reason. That said, I advise to always compare the same model guitar before you buy. Each guitar is unique, especially because of the composition of the wood. Parts used (rare wood and preserve) were selected, but that does not mean that there is no better than others. My tests showed me that there really are differences.

    SOUNDS

    I chose this guitar for its sound very versatile thanks to five mic positions as possible that can play in single coil.
    We just have a crystal clear sound pretty close to a str…
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    United States, blue, 24 frets

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, but not too late instead.

    The weight is pretty light but the wood allows the guitar to have a very good reason. That said, I advise to always compare the same model guitar before you buy. Each guitar is unique, especially because of the composition of the wood. Parts used (rare wood and preserve) were selected, but that does not mean that there is no better than others. My tests showed me that there really are differences.

    SOUNDS

    I chose this guitar for its sound very versatile thanks to five mic positions as possible that can play in single coil.
    We just have a crystal clear sound pretty close to a stratocaster and a powerful and well in warm humbucker. My Vintage model to a micro-level handle that allows me to play with his jazz and rock. The microphone is ideal for acute play ACDC or a plain old Doors ... I love playing with Dire Straits in picking up the microphone simple, with a good reverb, it does not pass for a fool, especially with the look of the beast.

    Small detail that is not one, the PRS is the only guitar that I know who almost never go out of tune! Mechanics offer the great advantage of block chords with a screw, which also prevents tapper to the winding rope assembly.

    For the amp, I decided (with my ears and not my eyes, because it's not really the best market for my taste), one ENGL Screamer50 I find also very versatile. Although it is intended rather typed hard / metal, it does very well in most classical records (jazz, blues, funk).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use my guitar for 5 years. I fell in love at the first meeting and is still the case today. The price is justified for me. The price is less chance ... ;)
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  • iamqmaniamqman

    What can I say?

    PRS CE24Published on 12/31/11 at 12:11
    Paul Reed Smith guitars have a great exotic look but it's very versatile and dynamic town. These guitars are generally very great to look at and have a sensational appeal in there beautifully quilted tops. These guitars feature generally a mahogany wood with a maple top which gives the guitar a very dynamic and versatile tone. They generally are equipped with humbukcer pickups or their own Paul Reed Smith mini humbucker pickups. These guitars are extremely versatile and you can easily find country artists all the way up to modern new metal guitarists play these guitars. There's something about them that has just a great feel and tone for basically every style of music. Not to mention how be…
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    Paul Reed Smith guitars have a great exotic look but it's very versatile and dynamic town. These guitars are generally very great to look at and have a sensational appeal in there beautifully quilted tops. These guitars feature generally a mahogany wood with a maple top which gives the guitar a very dynamic and versatile tone. They generally are equipped with humbukcer pickups or their own Paul Reed Smith mini humbucker pickups. These guitars are extremely versatile and you can easily find country artists all the way up to modern new metal guitarists play these guitars. There's something about them that has just a great feel and tone for basically every style of music. Not to mention how beautifully constructed and how well-built they are adds to the allure of these instruments.


    UTILIZATION

    BODY
    Top Wood Maple Top and Flame Maple Veneer
    Back Wood Mahogany
    NECK
    Number of Frets 24
    Scale Length 25"
    Neck Wood Maple
    Fretboard Wood Rosewood
    Neck Shape Wide Thin
    Fretboard Inlays Birds
    HARDWARE/ELECTRONICS
    Bridge PRS Designed Tremolo
    Tuners PRS Designed Tuners
    Truss Rod Cover "PRS"
    Hardware Type Nickel
    Treble Pickup PRS Designed SE HFS Treble
    Bass Pickup PRS Designed SE Vintage Bass
    Pickup Switching Volume and Tone Control with 3-Way Toggle Pickup Selector


    SOUNDS

    The tone of these guitars are very similar to Gibson style tone. If you've ever played any mahogany based guitar such as a Gibson Les Paul, Gibson SG, or Explorer guitar that you will find yourself very comfortable with this instrument. The funny thing about these guitars is that they sounds very chiming and clean with clean amplifier setting. I've never found a Gibson guitar give off any type of solid spanky clean tone, but these guitars find some way to balance itself out in the frequency range to give a solid clean tone. It's very remarkable to my ears to hear a guitar that can cover so much ground as these instruments can. It is an easy selling point for these guitars that gives a user such a variety of total features to operate.

    OVERALL OPINION

    These guitars are quite expensive but you can find them 40% of the new value on any type of classifieds or used section online or in some guitar retailers. I suggest getting one of these guitars used because then you allow the person who originally bought it take to hit on the expenses new price. Even though these are quiet expensive they are great guitars and hold most of their value quite well. They sound good when playing a recording session or any type of live gigging setting. Overall these are great versatile instruments that sounds fantastic.
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  • iamqmaniamqman

    Sweet Axe!

    PRS CE24Published on 12/31/11 at 09:37
    Paul Reed Smith guitars have a great feel and overall are very exotic in their construction. When you pick up a Paul Reed Smith guitar you immediately notice how well-built these instruments really are and how their construction quality is very superb. The tone of these guitars are very similar to a Gibson style voicing. That could be due to the thick mahogany wood that is used throughout their billed process. Generally these guitars will feature the exact same wood compliments and combination as any other Gibson custom or standard Les Paul guitar. So essentially when you get is a mahogany body and a mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard and generally a flame maple top or a quilted maple …
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    Paul Reed Smith guitars have a great feel and overall are very exotic in their construction. When you pick up a Paul Reed Smith guitar you immediately notice how well-built these instruments really are and how their construction quality is very superb. The tone of these guitars are very similar to a Gibson style voicing. That could be due to the thick mahogany wood that is used throughout their billed process. Generally these guitars will feature the exact same wood compliments and combination as any other Gibson custom or standard Les Paul guitar. So essentially when you get is a mahogany body and a mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard and generally a flame maple top or a quilted maple top on the. You'll get the standard two humbucker pick ups and sometimes you have a three humbug or pick up and many Paul Reed Smith guitars. But overall you get a very similar voicing as you would a Gibson Les Paul instrument.

    UTILIZATION


    PRS Custom 22 Left Handed 10 Top Limited Edition Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:

    Limited run - 1 of only 250 made
    Color: Fire Red Burst
    Amazing Ten Top maple on a rich mahogany back
    25" scale length
    22 fret mahogany wide fat neck with rosewood fretboard
    Old-school abalone bird inlays
    Nickel finished PRS low mass locking tuners and hardware
    PRS Tremolo bridge
    Uncovered 59/09 neck and bridge pickups
    Volume and push/pull tone control with 3-way toggle pickup selector

    SOUNDS


    If you've ever played a Gibson Les Paul and you're going to be very comfortable with this instrument. So the tone, saturation, and feel is going to be very similar to a Gibson Les Paul guitar. The areas that these guitars really excel in is the high gain amplification setting. But still these guitars sounds very good at clean tones as well. I think that might be one of the selling points on these guitars is their ability to be even more versatile than a Gibson Les Paul guitar in my opinion. I find it to Gibson Les Paul guitars don't really do well in a clean setting but they excel in a hard rock high gain set, whereas the Paul Reed Smith guitars can do it all. I have seen Paul Reed Smith guitars played by country musicians all the way through pop and up to nu metal guitar players. That's a lot of versatility in one type of instrument. For me that is a very high selling point on these guitars and also the ability to reach the higher fretboard because of the cutaway body on these guitars. I find it a lot easier to do soloing and riffing on the higher frets because of the cutaway which makes my playing time much more enjoyable.

    OVERALL OPINION


    These guitars are fairly expensive and can be quite a heavy burden for a budget musician. So I find that these guitars are really tailored towards the person who has been around the block a while and knows exactly what they want and also the person is a professional and has a little bit bigger bank account to afford these type of guitars. Overall these are great sounding instruments and have a great versatility with a solid sound and beautiful look. These guitars are great for recording and they're also fantastic for live stage playing as well.
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  • ericthegreatericthegreat

    grey and black wins!

    PRS CE24Published on 11/24/11 at 23:30
    Recently PRS CE24 has been making cheaper guitars and trying to change their image from a guitar maker who only makes guitars for rich dentists to a guitar maker who makes guitars for everyone. Along with making more reasonably priced guitars they have also been making signature models for people younger players would recognize. One of those players who got a signature model was Nick Catanese. Nick Catanese is the other guitar player in Black Label Society opposite of Zakk Wylde who himself is no stranger to unnecessary endorsements.


    UTILIZATION


    To my knowledge Nick Catanese did not play a PRS model before they made a signature model for them. I always remember seeing him wit…
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    Recently PRS CE24 has been making cheaper guitars and trying to change their image from a guitar maker who only makes guitars for rich dentists to a guitar maker who makes guitars for everyone. Along with making more reasonably priced guitars they have also been making signature models for people younger players would recognize. One of those players who got a signature model was Nick Catanese. Nick Catanese is the other guitar player in Black Label Society opposite of Zakk Wylde who himself is no stranger to unnecessary endorsements.


    UTILIZATION


    To my knowledge Nick Catanese did not play a PRS model before they made a signature model for them. I always remember seeing him with Les Pauls. The guitar is PRS's single cut shape but with a slightly thicker body. The body is all mahogany and has the classic EMG setup with an 81 in the bridge and an 85 in the neck. It has a Tone pros wrap around bridge. It has a 22 fret ebony fretboard with red binding. The body of the guitar is bound in red and the pickup rings are also red. On the body of the guitar is a huge Nick Cantonese logo which I had never seen before.

    SOUNDS

    Playability wise this guitar plays as good as any PRS guitar. It has PRS's wide-thin neck profile which feels a lot like a 60s Gibson profile. The Tone pros wrap around bridge is a great setup and matches well with the 25 inch scale. PRS guitars always seem to have better intonation than other guitars even with their seemingly simple bridge setups. The set neck joint is nice and slim so you can play all the way up on the neck.

    OVERALL OPINION


    This guitar could have been a lot better. If they kept the design simpler. They are losing a lot of potential customers with the huge crazy logo and the red binding. If it just had white or grey binding I think it would be really cool. And if it had to have the crazy logo on it why not make it removable or something or a finish option. Many guitar companies have them problem when it comes to signature guitars. Instead of just making a good guitar similar to what the guitarist uses they end up making 6 string billboards for that player and normal people dont want to play them live or anything because they have someone else s name plastered all over them.
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  • ericthegreatericthegreat

    grand slam

    PRS CE24Published on 11/24/11 at 21:51
    The PRS CE24 is an Amazing guitar! Before buying this guitar I had looked at a bunch of others. I was really focusing on the Billie Joe Les Paul but once I played the PRS CE24 it blew my mind away. This guitar has so many sounds in it. I can get that great rock n roll sound, and still get a great blues sound, and with a little distortion you get some great punk.


    UTILIZATION

    The split coil pickups are definitely an amazing design, I love them. And not to mention how sexy this thing looks. I have owned the exact same one as pictured and looks absolutely beautiful. I definitely recommend getting this guitar if you are willing to splurge a little cash, because they don’t come too c…
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    The PRS CE24 is an Amazing guitar! Before buying this guitar I had looked at a bunch of others. I was really focusing on the Billie Joe Les Paul but once I played the PRS CE24 it blew my mind away. This guitar has so many sounds in it. I can get that great rock n roll sound, and still get a great blues sound, and with a little distortion you get some great punk.


    UTILIZATION

    The split coil pickups are definitely an amazing design, I love them. And not to mention how sexy this thing looks. I have owned the exact same one as pictured and looks absolutely beautiful. I definitely recommend getting this guitar if you are willing to splurge a little cash, because they don’t come too cheap. Hopefully you can find this exact same color.


    SOUNDS

    This guitar leans closer to the latter, but it doesn't have the raw crunch and power of, say, a Les Paul. It's more of a guitar for progessive metal, and really 80's style rock leads, though with the right amp combo it can sound good for more general rock too. If I had to say whether or not it suited my style, I'd probably say no. But I'd be doing the guitar a great disservice to say that it didn't sound good. As far as the tones it's going for, it's got them nailed. The leads and sustain are soaring. The more well-known guys who use these guitars all use them to great effect, and this guitar is one of their better models. I must say though, I'm not a fan of the clean tones at all, they seem boring and have no pop.


    OVERALL OPINION


    The guitar just sounds great, and its exactly what use guitar players love to have in our possesion. Its not hard at all to get a nice clean sound. The top frets are really easy to reach and the high notes sound amazing. it’s a nice heavy guitar, but not too have in weight terms. With 24 frets and 2 hum buckers you cant go wrong with the PRS CE24.
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  • ektoplasmektoplasm

    PRS CE24Published on 04/25/03 at 09:16
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    UTILIZATION

    The handle is fabulous, the microphones hyper defined lgre, rings (bcp) more "heavy" it is ...
    Its fabulous in any config microphones

    SOUNDS

    The only music to which this is not scratch the tailors must be super fast shred ("it lacks a 7th chord ..." dixit a fan of the buddy style ...).
    Otherwise, nothing to say, even on a lil amp m. .. the sound is the time when I plugged into the relatively good (VAMP2 Rocktron velocity 500 + (2 * 250 Watt ...) + 4x12 Cab Marshall 1960 4x12 Cab + lead series Carlsbro) throws a strong say my drummer ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been three months that I have and I love my girlfriend and me doing…
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    UTILIZATION

    The handle is fabulous, the microphones hyper defined lgre, rings (bcp) more "heavy" it is ...
    Its fabulous in any config microphones

    SOUNDS

    The only music to which this is not scratch the tailors must be super fast shred ("it lacks a 7th chord ..." dixit a fan of the buddy style ...).
    Otherwise, nothing to say, even on a lil amp m. .. the sound is the time when I plugged into the relatively good (VAMP2 Rocktron velocity 500 + (2 * 250 Watt ...) + 4x12 Cab Marshall 1960 4x12 Cab + lead series Carlsbro) throws a strong say my drummer ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been three months that I have and I love my girlfriend and me doing the mouth ... When the branch, we just want to play all night. I searched a scraper for my 25 years for 3 weeks, cum all music stores in and around Geneva (two dozen), jou ple of a scratch, fell in love with prs Unfortunately, the price is dmentiel ... Until the day I see an ad for a 24 Custom vintage sunburst and moon inlays (eagles, was too country ...) has 1200 CHF (~ 800 euros). Voil it was me and never leave me ...
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  • rosszrossz

    PRS CE24Published on 08/02/04 at 06:36
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    Come on, now that it's been a year since I have, it is time to notice :-)
    Well, it's a PRS CE24 Mahogany body, therefore, reported in table Saddle Flamm round stocky, rosewood fingerboard. Bolt with a big plate mtallique derrire indicating the MODEL and the serial number. Obviously, it is made to US, only plant in the PRS, also I recommend watching the "PRS DVD" o there is a guided tour of the factory is trs INTERESTED, especially for budding luthiers ;-)
    In short, if the bridge is a floating tremolo, it is associated with blockages of mcaniques PRS, TRS small and lightweight, nut in I-know-what-not black, quite frets flat pitch 25 ", two humbuckers.
    Bass is a "vintage bass", …
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    Come on, now that it's been a year since I have, it is time to notice :-)
    Well, it's a PRS CE24 Mahogany body, therefore, reported in table Saddle Flamm round stocky, rosewood fingerboard. Bolt with a big plate mtallique derrire indicating the MODEL and the serial number. Obviously, it is made to US, only plant in the PRS, also I recommend watching the "PRS DVD" o there is a guided tour of the factory is trs INTERESTED, especially for budding luthiers ;-)
    In short, if the bridge is a floating tremolo, it is associated with blockages of mcaniques PRS, TRS small and lightweight, nut in I-know-what-not black, quite frets flat pitch 25 ", two humbuckers.
    Bass is a "vintage bass", friendly, and treble is a "HFS" (read "Hot, Fat and Scream"): a knob rotary switches between one and one and diffrent combinations of each split, allowing for out-of-phase sounds nice (I have no Start to compare, and I think that the aficionados of the strat would cry hrsie :-)). The shot of the button is nice to look but not very practical in live! I rarely changes of micro, so it is not a problem for me. Large strap buttons are complter all, and if not ... That's it!
    Needless to say, the look is hell I in "royal blue", so no false-binding (as found on most other colors) and black contours of microphones: changs for crme, the guitar is really beautiful, with a wooden ond of the most remarkable.

    UTILIZATION

    Then the handle is in profile "wide thin", which means typ end, without being an Ibanez not handle attention! Trs is enjoyable to touch and glides smoothly (for me anyway). Note: be careful to polish the handle: it can perform all necessary chemically with the plastic of some stand as Klawn made the exprience: can not remove, so be careful! For me no problem note, it's always in his holster comes with, and it will be ending for the wall: D
    Finally on the handle: Some have noticed in photos of the back of the guitar that the heel of the neck junction with the body is quite prominent: for my part, ca does not play at all in the comfort or 'Access in dernires boxes. In fact I can play quietly on the boxes 24 and company without feeling the heel, but some n'apprcient not ...
    For my part I do not use the vibrato, but the little I have done shows that the agreement is good, and with a 9-42 game, the strings do not move. I pass quickly in 10-46, and by a bend back against a little vibrato, and thus alter the accuracy of a few other strings until the bend is required but ... I think they do a lot of dsormais PRS with fixed bridge. Now that does not rglage individual intonation, except on the Tremonti Signature, so it's your choice!
    There is a dcoupe stomach, and the table is bomb. A special feature of PRS is the kind of edge around the perimeter of the body: ca Drout a little beginners because the arm rests on a lgre edge, but it is easy to forget Once the guitar part ...
    I am tempted to 9.5 given AC, but hey, given all, it will be 10

    SOUNDS

    Let the sound .. the principal!
    So much to say that with this combination of pickups is perfect, or almost! I play mostly rock / mtal, but also some blues, and stuff in the clear micro cartonnent. The grave is serious, but enough to not be dtach drooling is the one I like least. The knob to switch between various positions, for my part my APRS prfre is dernire (single humbucker bridge) that has a real personality and prsence an attack and a sound that j 'apprcie really, and goes well with the guitar trs. APRS, I like the sound of the off-phase medium, which should combine the indoor coil of each of the humbuckers, dphases. Trs is soft, and is well suited for bluesy plans.
    The EC22, violin identical (except that 22 boxes instead of 24) have microphones Different. I rcupr a pair of those famous "Dragon II", and I can compare the near future. My first attempt gave me an impression of less sharp, more vintage, for the Dragons, the HFS as a sharper and more rock / metal.
    Report my needs and in view of the versatile I put 10.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a year now so I use this gem, and even if I have a PRS dj, always make me something special to play a PRS CE24 that's a, a Custom, or McCarty. These are really exceptional guitar, and I saw the DVD to better understand the passion of the people who dveloppent these guitars and make them. There is a kind of thing mystrieux happens when you play it, it's really special, and I have found at various locations on any guitar, Chres as cheap ...
    Yes, it's a bit expensive for a guitar or even trs expensive. But it is a truly exceptional quality, there is NO default, and the sound is magnificent. I could see (and play) a EC22 which is 8 years old: the color is going on (all the time out of the tui in the sun), but the sound is always the quality is identical In short ... ca pte.
    In short, do not try, you will want to buy APRS ... I know that's what I did!
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  • Philou13bisPhilou13bis

    PRS CE24Published on 06/01/06 at 04:05
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    Guitar factory in the United States
    24 cases ...
    Fawn vintage tremolo Prs
    3-button selectors classic volume micro slecteur Tone
    Channel standard PRS Wide thin profile enough late round enjoyable trs
    Saddle sleeve one pice

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is extremely fast and comfortable .. I only played on the handle of Ibanez, I do not t dpays .. trs is enjoyable to play ...
    Access in acute is excellent with a perfect dcoupe
    The guitar is a normal weight, the ergonomics are perfect for small dcoupes here and the trs discrtes but super effective for both acute and Access in for jouabilit overall.
    Sound is my opinion the trs strong point of this guitar: I thought these guitar…
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    Guitar factory in the United States
    24 cases ...
    Fawn vintage tremolo Prs
    3-button selectors classic volume micro slecteur Tone
    Channel standard PRS Wide thin profile enough late round enjoyable trs
    Saddle sleeve one pice

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is extremely fast and comfortable .. I only played on the handle of Ibanez, I do not t dpays .. trs is enjoyable to play ...
    Access in acute is excellent with a perfect dcoupe
    The guitar is a normal weight, the ergonomics are perfect for small dcoupes here and the trs discrtes but super effective for both acute and Access in for jouabilit overall.
    Sound is my opinion the trs strong point of this guitar: I thought these guitars taient trs types, this is not the splits microphones make a guitar extremely versatile:
    extreme positions: the typical sound of distortion in PRS, a little flute, trs prcis;
    position 2 mics sound simple beautiful crystalline
    3 position, sound shape with 2 humbuckers intermdiaires his "Les Paul ..
    Position 4 sounds simple grave
    5 position sound very fat in the neck position of the double Manir a lespaul
    only downside handling the selector more difficult than on a Start ...

    SOUNDS

    This guitar should be all kinds of music sound a little bright saturated strata in the fawn lespaul ... The distortion is super prcise ...
    I play on a Pod Xt combinations are varied trs

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 weeks
    I like its sound, its ease of use and sustain evil .. It is extremely simple, while the hardware is superior quality, not for show
    I possd a dozen guitars, is that which is the most versatile and most endearing
    The price quality ratio is the black dot: the guitars are expensive to buy ... OCCAZ impractical or APRS winning the lottery ...
    I do not what ENTSO choice .. I will buy my sister a happy guitar
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  • FlatFlat

    PRS CE24Published on 08/19/07 at 09:18
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    USA
    24 vintage frets bass and HFS in PRS
    mine is 92 so no micro selector "knob" but a 3-position selector (neck pickup / neck + bridge / bridge) type and a split LP by lifting the Tone or 6 different sounds

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is of a happy-ment is very close to the ease of a handle strat
    large and accessible to the end
    slight enjoyable and it's very very good violin
    The sound is very clean and precise (also in distortion)
    It has impeccable every point of view

    SOUNDS

    The sound is great and the
    It works well for virtually all styles but my taste has notament vintage sounds in blues
    I have a fender (blues deville) a lamp and a marshall (jcm 900)
    all …
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    USA
    24 vintage frets bass and HFS in PRS
    mine is 92 so no micro selector "knob" but a 3-position selector (neck pickup / neck + bridge / bridge) type and a split LP by lifting the Tone or 6 different sounds

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is of a happy-ment is very close to the ease of a handle strat
    large and accessible to the end
    slight enjoyable and it's very very good violin
    The sound is very clean and precise (also in distortion)
    It has impeccable every point of view

    SOUNDS

    The sound is great and the
    It works well for virtually all styles but my taste has notament vintage sounds in blues
    I have a fender (blues deville) a lamp and a marshall (jcm 900)
    all sounds are different precise and interesting of the two crystal-clear microphone splits is really my prfr for clean sounds and double-bridge hard without getting lost in distortion is super versatile and consistently high quality br /> again just do not do blues
    it's a guitar technique in all points

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had six months
    I remake that choice right now
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  • Morphe777Morphe777

    PRS CE24Published on 11/11/07 at 07:30
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    Manufactures in the United States
    24 Freight - 2 humbucker
    Volume-Tone-5-way switch

    UTILIZATION

    This is my real guitar Premire (I speak for guitar beginners-label).
    I tried I do not know how, from start amricaine the les paul deluxe.

    And at the comfort of the handle, there is no photo, it is 100 times better for my hands. All this is only a matter of got, but when I took it in hand, I really felt QLQ thing.

    The vibrato is super convenient because the bar does not remain in the postion that he was given, and it's a shame it has to qd accder really quickly, it must be a movement bigger and gift cperd time .. CHAC in several deveint so difficult.

    Otherwise regarding t…
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    Manufactures in the United States
    24 Freight - 2 humbucker
    Volume-Tone-5-way switch

    UTILIZATION

    This is my real guitar Premire (I speak for guitar beginners-label).
    I tried I do not know how, from start amricaine the les paul deluxe.

    And at the comfort of the handle, there is no photo, it is 100 times better for my hands. All this is only a matter of got, but when I took it in hand, I really felt QLQ thing.

    The vibrato is super convenient because the bar does not remain in the postion that he was given, and it's a shame it has to qd accder really quickly, it must be a movement bigger and gift cperd time .. CHAC in several deveint so difficult.

    Otherwise regarding the weight, so good, not too heavy webbing, and form, and well me fits me like a glove. :-D

    I must admit that I had a little trouble apprhender the bte. Ds that the industry sound is beautiful, but it runs faster than a few sounds, then by taking the time to the rgler, it's crazy diffrent the sounds that they possdent. This will be a year that she owns and I still found a way to surprise me from time to time qd I find the perfect sound. I thought I had reached the limits of my guitar, and although nay, it still surprises me. And I think for the time limits do not come from my guitar, but the plutt guitarise ;-) (ie me)

    EDIT: As for vibrato, satyanouk just give me a pipe, like what we can tighten. And it works, so I have more problem of Vibrato .. yahouuu, my PRS is totally perfect ;-)

    SOUNDS

    I play rock, pop, blues, some hard rock / metal to me dfouler on a hot rod deluxe (with or without vox bulldog and ToneLab)
    So I had a versatile guitar. And I confess that for me. Not as good as a les paul in distortion, but it really dfend trs well, and not ashamed at all.

    I manage to have a crystalline (a little vintage), trs good distortion of blues, clean and really beautiful (though balance between acute-medium and severe) and distos relatively fat (not at the level of the paul, but it comes close) with pedals.

    I dtest no sound and I love all sonortis. At the moment and the top of my 8 years of scratching, it's perfect, so 10

    OVERALL OPINION

    I possde for 1 year

    I like everything, the sound, the quality of the handle (enjoyable, trs quick little buzz), its versatility.
    The only ch'tit default is the vibrato bar that does not remain in position and falls .. But it's no big deal ;-)

    Yes I tried a groin 30 guitars (Vigier, fender, gibson, lag, g & l..) (Jai put two years of purchase). Qd I admit that I bought it pleased me more than any other guitars, but after one month j'tais Fully concquis by this little wonder.

    Oh plutt twice that, and I would wait two years before not in my pay. For a time I won by a 200% purchase, I had to share it ;-).
    But it remains Obviously a personal opinion.

    EDIT: As stated above, rsolu vibrato problem, so everything is perfect:-D
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