The CE24 was re-envisioned to deliver the snap and sparkle of traditional bolt-on guitars with increased playability and an updated sound.

Stevensville, MD (September 30, 2016) -- In January of this year, PRS Guitars unveiled the return of a classic: the CE 24 Bolt-On. After nearly a decade of being out of the lineup, the CE24 was re-envisioned to deliver the snap and sparkle of traditional bolt-on guitars with increased playability and an updated sound. The new CE24 Standard Satin continues to build on that bolt-on platform with a thin satin finish to enhance the vintage vibe while delivering a natural, smooth-playing feel.

The CE 24 Standard Satin combines a mahogany body and bolt-on maple neck – all finished with a thin layer of satin nitro. The mahogany body lends warmth to the snap and response that comes from bolt-on construction and the satin nitro finish provides an addictively playable neck and stunning resonance and clarity.

To further maximize the guitar’s inherent tone, the CE 24 Standard Satin 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.

Additional specifications include: 25” Scale, Pattern Thin maple neck with East Indian rosewood fingerboard and PRS bird inlays, PRE-designed locking tuners, and PRS-designed tremolo.

Finishes available: Charcoal, McCarty Tobacco Sunburst, and Vintage Cherry.

Designed with the gigging musician in mind, the CE24 Standard Satin provides sonic versatility, enviable style, and effortlessness playability.

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