PRS Custom 24 - Black Gold Burst
PRS Custom 24 - Black Gold Burst

Custom 24 - Black Gold Burst, Otra Guitarra Eléctrica de Cuerpo Sólido from PRS belonging to the Custom 24 model.

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iamqman 04/09/2011

PRS Custom 24 - Black Gold Burst : la opinión de iamqman (content in English)

"Nice player's guitar"

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Paul Reed Smith guitar is the boutique guitar and build quality and materials used. The also specialize in their own version of humbucker pickups and sound fantastic and my opinion. These are some very exotic looking guitars as well as a very cosmetically appealing guitars. This is going to be for a guitar player who likes the look of the guitar as well as the versatility and sound of the guitar.

This guitars pretty easy to use like any Paul Reed Smith guitar can be. The humbucker pick ups and a nice mahogany body would connect and neck with a cool flamed maple top. Give your normal volume and tone controls and pick up selector and that is pretty much about it there is it too much to figure out about this guitar there's no midi switches or anything that you push pool to get different sounds are phasing in and out it's pretty standard rock 'n roll guitar.


Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:

* Color: Smoked Orange
* Body: Mahogany back, carved flame maple top
* Neck: Mahogany
* 24 frets
* Pattern Regular neck carve
* Abalone Bird inlays
* Fingerboard: Rosewood
* Hardware: PRS Tremolo bridge, PRS low-mass locking tuners
* Treble pickup: Uncovered 59/09 Treble humbucker
* Bass pickup: Uncovered 59/09 Bass pickup
* Pickup selector: 5-way blade
* Controls: Volume and tone
* Case: Hardshell case included


The tone of this guitar is very fantastic if you like the sound of the Mahogany guitar and you will enjoy the sound of this guitar. The top maple will level out and balance out the guitar a lot better and add some necessary highest to the frequencies. It allows the guitar to breeds better and give it a lot more versatility then just the standard mahogany guitar.

These guitars are extremely versatile for pretty much any style of music. I see many country guitar players uses guitars as well as drop tuned players. These are around the county guitar that is able to be a great digging guitar and recording guitar. They sound fantastic although they are a little bit expensive compared to a couple version of a shifter or a guitar like that.


At new these guitars come in right around $2600 which is a pretty good chunk of change for a guitar. I'd love big fan of the Paul Reed Smith guitar next as they are a little bit chunkier and they just don't seem to fit my hand correctly. So I would recommend playing the guitar first if you get the opportunity to see if you even like it or not. If you are used to Fender Stratocaster or Fender telecaster's then this guitar will seem a little out of place for you but if you have played a Gibson Les Paul you probably be a little bit more comfortable with this guitar.