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I'm still team 22 but my first PRS was a custom 24 SE I modded ;)

First impressions?
 

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Enjoy - my first PRS was also a 24 fretter.
I'm still team 22 but my first PRS was a custom 24 SE I modded ;)

First impressions?
I would usually do 22 but the 24 isn't a big deal. For the amount of time I spend up there (minimal)it hasn't thrown me off.
First impressions are good ones.
I was surprised at how heavy it was, I for some reason expected it would be lighter.
 
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Nice!
What year/model is it?

My first one was a SE as well. Bought it off of Budda in fact. I grudgingly traded that one because it
happened to be in the background of a pic of a guitar I did offer as trade bait and the seller wanted it.
I have a CE 22 wrap tail now.
 

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Nice!
What year/model is it?

My first one was a SE as well. Bought it off of Budda in fact. I grudgingly traded that one because it
happened to be in the background of a pic of a guitar I did offer as trade bait and the seller wanted it.
I have a CE 22 wrap tail now.
2002 custom 24
 

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Did you find out or are you still fussing with it?:)
 

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Nope. It’s a 1992. I just traded it in. Note the short heel and the small headstock logo. That one was built before they moved the factory to Stevensville. Super nice guitar. You are making me miss it!


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Awesome!
The good thing about keeping it here is that if you miss it too much at least you know where it is!

She will be well loved and enjoy lots of time with the other kids. I may have to have another family portrait soon haha.
 

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There is no fussing. FYI. Zero buyers remorse with this one.
Those are the kind of purchases we guitar players like. When PRS comes out with a truly wide/fat neck, I will seriously check out one of those beauties.
 

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Those are the kind of purchases we guitar players like. When PRS comes out with a truly wide/fat neck, I will seriously check out one of those beauties.
This neck size is called “the steadly.”
Please note. This is not the prs.
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I am very glad it has a good home! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. In case they didn’t tell you the volume pot is push/pull for coil tap and the tone for phase.The pickups are HFS and vintage bass. Feel free to PM me if you have any questions about it. Congrats!


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I am very glad it has a good home! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. In case they didn’t tell you the volume pot is push/pull for coil tap and the tone for phase.The pickups are HFS and vintage bass. Feel free to PM me if you have any questions about it. Congrats!


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I had went in to get it when andrew wasn't there so I didn't get the full run down, I just bought it haha.
Thanks for the extra info. Definitely good to know!
 
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