Offered for sale;
Used 2002 Paul Reed Smith CE 24 serial number 2 CE25025.
This guitar is in very good condition, neck and frets are fine, cosmetically showing some playing time but not abuse. There are some “chips and marks” here and there.
Featuring a 24-fret bolt-on maple neck with a rosewood fretboard and dot inlays, mahogany body with carved maple top, PRS HFS bridge and Vintage Bass neck pickups with 5-way rotary pickup selector plus volume and tone knobs. Hardware on the CE 24 guitar includes a PRS tremolo and locking tuners.
The 5-Position Rotary Pickup Selector allows great tonal versatility using two PRS humbucking pickups. The switch combines the coils of each pickup to produce all of the "PRS tones".
Rotary Positions (numbers on the control knob):
• Position 10: Treble pickup - powerful with plenty of definition -
traditional humbucker tone
• Position 9: Outside coils in parallel - deep and clear sound
• Position 8: Series single-coils - warm version of in-between the treble and middle pickups.
• Position 7: Parallel single-coils - crisp version of in-between the treble and middle pickups
• Position 6: Bass pickup - warm with tons of character - traditional humbucker tone
The Paul Reed Smith CE 24 is a beautiful instrument that plays great and sounds sweet at a price that is attractive.
Non original hard shell case included.
Serial number: 2 CE25025
Body: Mahogany body. Carved maple top
Fingerboard: Rosewood with dot inlays
Scale Length: 25”
Number of Frets: 24
Bridge: PRS vibrato
Tuners: 14:1 ratio locking
Pickups: Neck: PRS Vintage Bass 8.64K ohms. Bridge: PRS HFS 15.00K ohms
Controls: Volume, Tone, 5 way rotary switch
Width at Nut: 1 11/16”
Neck profile @ 1st fret: .810”
Neck profile @ 12tht fret: .880”
Weight: 8 lbs.
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