The eye-catching, new-for-2021 finish adorns this unique version of PRS' ever-popular SE Custom 24, which features two mini-toggle coil-tap switches that split either or both humbucking pickups into single coils.
In addition to the announcement of the SE Custom 24-08 in Eriza Verde, PRS also added Faded Blue Burst, Black Gold Burst, and Bonnie Pink finishes to the SE Custom 24.
For 2021, PRS has also brought Narrowfield pickups back to its Core lineup. The company's Special Semi-Hollow model now features a humbucker/Narrowfield/humbucker configuration with volume, tone, and five-way blade controls, while the Studio model now features a Narrowfield/Narrowfield/humbucker layout, with volume and push/pull tone knobs, and a five-way selector switch.
For more info on these updates, and all things PRS, stop by prsguitars.com.
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