I have a 95 CE-22 with what feels like a Regular neck profile. Did PRS make them with this profile in the mid-90s? Thanks all!
http://www.prsguitars.com/csc/neckprofiles.html. As far as I know, the Regular was also referred to as the "Standard" neck profile. This nut width sure feels narrower to me than a W/F or W/T.
I want to say CE22's only came WF or WT, I could be wrong though.
That is awesome, I really like the regular.
If its got a regular neck on it then its pretty rare, and badass. Its possible- they did make one offs in the 90s as well. Any photos? It might say something about it in the pickup cavities if it is a one off of some kind. What does it measure at the nut?
Last edited by rabidhamster; 09-21-2013 at 03:15 PM.
From what I recall, CE22 was wide fat and CE24 was wide thin. But that was later in the 90's.
And I'm the new owner. Small world! Thanks again by the way!
1990, 91, & 92 CE24s | 1991 CU24 | 2000 CU22 Semi-Hollow | 2004 & 05 SE EGs
2008 SE Semi-Hollow Soapbar | 2011 CU24 GC Throwback | 2012 Signature Limited x2
2013 408 Brazilian | 2013 Paul's Guitar | 2013 Hollowbody II | 2013 CU24
2013 XPRS 408 Semi-Hollow | 2014 CU24 Semi-Hollow | 2015 S2 Vela
Thanks guys! I'll post a NGD thread as soon as it's in my hands.
Ce-24 maple top is regular.
Ce-24 mahogany is wide thin.
Ce-22 maple top. is wide fat.
Ce-22 mahogany is wide fat.
Received the guitar today in excellent shape. It is indeed 1 21/32" at the nut. It's also lighter than my last CE22. Feels lovely! Pics to come tomorrow.