Paul Reed Smith CE24 Reviews
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 gr... [read more on Audiofanzine]iamqman rated this unit on 2011-12-31.
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 ... [read more on Audiofanzine]ericthegreat rated this unit on 2011-11-25.
Overall it's a great guitar! It's basically an LP/strat-hybrid guitar, that's the whole point of a PRS, so that you'd be able to get the best of both worlds in one guitar! I don't mind bolt on necks vs neck through/set neck, they're all good for their own reasons. Sustain is in the player not the neck joint. I bought this for a REAL good used pr... [read more on Audiofanzine]nickname009 rated this unit on 2011-04-04.
I like the way the guitar plays more than anything. It is more comfortable than almost any guitar I've played, especially when "shredding". I think that this guitar has been discontinued, since PRS's website no longer lists it and the only time I've seen it is used, so if you can find a remotely good deal on it, take advantage. I've tried a few... [read more on Audiofanzine]mooseherman rated this unit on 2010-01-27.
PRS is among the best of the best. When I have the money, I will buy one of their top models. [read more on Audiofanzine]Dan rated this unit on 2001-06-27.
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