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Paul Reed Smith PRS Special Run Black Satin Neck CE 24 Livingston Lemondrop 57/08 Pickups

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This incredible guitar is in excellent condition including the frets. It is a PRS CE24 Wild West Guitars special run and has 57/08 pickups. It has a beautiful flamed maple top that's hard to capture in a photo. The guitar also has pull/push coil spitting via the tone knob which enables it to achieve amazing humbucker and single coil tones. The tremolo bar and a PRS gig bag are included. Hard case in photo is not included.

FEATURES

ModelPRS CE 24
BuilderPaul Reed Smith PRS
Year2017
Body TypeSolid Body
Top WoodFlame Maple
Body WoodMahogany
Finish TypeV12Finish
ColorLivingston Lemondrop
Back FinishV12
Neck WoodRiff Sawn Maple
FingerboardEast Indian Rosewood
Neck CarvePattern Thin
Scale Length25"
Frets24
Neck FinishStain Black
InlaysBirds
NeckPickup57/08 TM
Bridge Pickup57/08TM
HardwareNickel/ChromeBridge
PRS-Designed Tremolo
Tuners
PRS-Designed Locking Tuners
Controls
Volume and Push/Pull Tone Control with 3-Way ToggleCase
Padded Gig Bag
Weight7.45 Pounds

This item is sold As-Described

This item is sold As-Described and cannot be returned unless it arrives in a condition different from how it was described or photographed. Items must be returned in original, as-shipped condition with all original packaging.

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ConditionExcellent (Used)
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