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Up-Date:    This guitar is  SOLD.    Click the “PRS Guitars” link above to see the rest of my active PRS listings!!!

1990 Paul Reed Smith

CE-24

The Early Metal Flake Blue Finish PRS Calls

PEARL BLUE

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A highly desirable pre-factory CE with a maple top and alder body. I’ve gigged this guitar and it’s a SCREAMER!!!

Here are some things to think about as you look through the pictures. Read more at the bottom of the page.

• A collectable pre-factory guitar

• Original white label HFS & Vintage Bass pick-ups

• A really clean wide/thin neck that feels even thinner than most with minimal fret ware

• Super Low Action

• One-piece Mil-Com bridge

 

 

 

      

    

  

CE guitars coming from the factory are sequentially numbered in the 40,000 range. This one is number 1952 off the original Annapolis shop line, putting it in the top 4% of all the CE’s ever made. The guitar has been played and up close it has its share of light surface marks on the top edges and back. It is generally in great condition however. Sounds great. Plays great. No major, unsightly cosmetic digs. I’ll give it an 8.3 cosmetically There is only the faint beginnings of discernable fret scalloping as photographed. The action is really low however with no buzzing or fretting out. The tone pot has been replaced but everything else is original. Comes with PRS hard case, the original tremolo bar and the truss wrench.

I no longer sell on e-Bay since their fee’s have become INSANE!!! This guitar would cost $300 more than the current asking price if listed on e-bay. Check my e-Bay ID (dm-2) to see my 10 year history with 100% positive feedback selling PRS guitars. Selling Price….$1,250 SOLD!!!

You want it…. You can afford it…. Pull the trigger.

This guitar is listed on other sites and was just placed on consignment in a local music store so it may be gone at any time. Send me your questions and we’ll talk.

 

 

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