prs ce 24 vs se 24
The Custom 24 is arguably PRS’ flagship model, which has lead its Core range since 1985. Messages 387. Played a PRS SE Custom 24 and it sounded and played amazing. And for $399, I don’t know if there’s anything that can touch it, in terms of wanting a dual humbucker solid body with a thin neck. With its bird fingerboard inlays, dual humbuckers, carved top, 24 frets and ergonomic contours, the Custom 24 is considered a modern classic among guitarists. Core quality at just over the price of a new SE. But even used they’ll go for way more than that. If I saw an S2 for $600, I’d snag it in a heartbeat. I have owned several PRS SE guitars including a PRS SE Custom 24 and a PRS SE Mark Holcomb Signature. Silver Supporting Member. Since we have the more affordable SE line which has come quite a long way since their 2001 introduction with the Santana model, was curious what everyone's thoughts were on SE vs CE? M. Mtt02263. They’re suitable for all levels of play from beginner to professional, so there’s really no need to ever upgrade if you get one. The Custom 24 certainly set the precedent for PRS’ future designs, with many of its features dripping down into its other models. My '93 is my … 3 years ago The custom 24 and CE and both USA made, but the CE is a bolt on neck while the other is a set neck. Why would I want to go PRS CE 24 when the PRS SE Custom 24 is that good? In terms of overall quality, performance, and consistency, PRS SE Custom guitars are top of the line. I bought my PRS SE Custom 24 new for $399, which is close to half price. It's twice as expensive. So I was just reading a thread here that's been going for two years about the discontinued CE line where someone said they were considered the poor mans custom 24. For those that know, is the PRS CE 24 twice as good? Feb 2, 2019 #2 I would highly recommend buying an older CE 24. The SE models are made in Korea but still great quality. I've got 3 SEs and love them all (a Standard 24, a Custom 24, and a Semihollow Custom 22), but the latter 2 have had pickup-switch problems, and I hate having to worry about whether they're going to show up on any given gig.