PRS Guitars Introduces Floyd Rose-Equipped 30th Anniversary SE Custom 24

The guitar that started it all with the edgy update of a Floyd Rose 1000 Series tremolo.

Stevensville, MD (July 16, 2015) -- The SE 30th Anniversary “Floyd” Custom 24 celebrates many things: 30 years of PRS, the growth that has allowed PRS to deliver quality instruments to players at the most affordable levels, and the guitar that started it all with the edgy update of a Floyd Rose 1000 Series tremolo.

"The SE line continues to provide players worldwide with an affordable guitar of excellent quality,” said Doug Shive, SE Line Business Manager. “The new 30th Anniversary SE “Floyd” Custom 24 is yet another great value guitar and one that allows players to dig in, rock out, and dive away in style.”

The 30th Anniversary SE Custom 24 features the striking 30th Anniversary commemorative bird inlay package, quilt maple veneer, SE HFS and SE Vintage Bass pickups and a push/pull tone control for coil-tapping with 3-way blade switch in a gig-ready package. The guitar also comes equipped with a “1000 Series” Floyd Rose tremolo, which is made to the exact specifications and with the same high-quality materials as the “Original” Floyd. Available finishes include: Black Cherry, Grey Black, Santana Yellow, Trampas Green, and Whale Green.

Since the SE project began in 2001, the goal has been to provide quality instruments at more affordable prices that guitarists of all levels don’t have to fight to play and that they won’t grow out of. Played by beginners, gigging players, and touring artists all over the world, the SE line of electrics, acoustics, and basses offers the perfect combination of playability, sound and craftsmanship at an extraordinary value.

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