Since the dawn of rock and roll, the snap and response that comes from a bolt-on neck guitar has been an essential part of the mix. These attributes have, in turn, become essential to many players trying to tell their story through music. The CE 24 brings the bolt-on platform back to the main PRS lineup with some significant updates. The CE 24 pairs PRS’s traditional body combination of the mahogany back and maple top with a bolt-on maple neck and rosewood fretboard. The neck sports a Pattern Thin carve and satin nitro finish for a natural, addictive feel. To further maximize the guitar’s inherent tone and clarity, the CE 24 features PRS 85/15 pickups, which Paul designed to have remarkable clarity as well as extended high and low end. The electronics consist of a volume and push/pull tone control with 3-way toggle switch for a total of six classic sounds.
The original CE was introduced in 1988 and offered players PRS design and quality with the added snap and sparkle of traditional bolt-on guitars. Returning after nearly a decade of being out of the lineup, the CE 24 is back and better than ever. Check one out today.
Learn more about the CE 24
|Number of Frets||24|
|Fretboard Wood||East Indian Rosewood|
|Neck Shape||Pattern Thin|
|Tuners||PRS-Designed Locking Tuners|
|Treble Pickup||85/15 Treble|
|Bass Pickup||85/15 Bass|
|Controls||Volume and Push/Pull Tone Control with 3-Way Toggle|
A wide selection of PRS guitars are available for purchase from the following PRS Signature Dealers:
"Ultimately, the CE 24 begs for a test drive, especially by skeptics. This isn’t the first PRS that’s forged a bridge between differing solidbody designs, but it’s also its own animal – a serious professional instrument that can cover all the bases...a formidable piece of American guitar-making.”
- Vintage Guitar
"Sonically, the CE 24 hit all of the marks...Exploring all the options would probably have taken me days (or weeks), and I doubt I’d find a tone that the CE 24 couldn’t emulate effectively.”
- Guitar Player
...there’s a character here that leans just a little towards a good Fender, a percussive edge or subtle flavor that is what attracted so many of us to those original CEs...
If I were the type to limit myself to just one guitar (hint: I’m not), I could easily do an entire gig with just the CE24 running from classic rock, to indie rock, to alt-country, and on.
The CE 24 is available in the following colors: