The Custom 24 is the quintessential PRS guitar, the iconic instrument that started it all back in 1985. The Custom 24-08 keeps many of the foundational specs as the original Custom – maple top, mahogany back and neck, 24 frets, 25” scale length, the PRS patented Gen III tremolo – but adds a new level of versatility with its TCI pickups and intuitive switching system. Featuring two mini-toggle coil-tap switches, the Custom 24-08 has eight different pickup settings that provide an array of humbucking and single coil tones, including a dual single coil option. For classic PRS playability, reliability, and tone with ultimate flexibility, check out the Custom 24-08.
For 2024, PRS Guitars is updating the tuning machines on many of our Core guitars. While, aesthetically, our new Wing buttons are designed to echo the 12th fret bird wingspan design, they were first and foremost designed for tonal reasons all the way back in 1982. Because these buttons are lighter weight than their metal predecessors, they are subtracting less energy from the vibrating strings, thus helping the guitar ring longer and at a more musical note.
PRS Patented Tremolo, Gen III
Meticulous design delivering sonic fidelity, player ergonomics, and revolutionary tuning stability.
PRS Phase III Locking Tuners with Wing Buttons
Modern locking technology with vintage elegance, these lightweight tuners promote tone transfer for a louder, more resonant instrument.
PRS TCI Pickups
Musical pickups that offer versatile tones from spanky singlecoils to full soapbars.
|Number of Frets
|Neck Depth at the 1/2 Fret
|Neck Depth at the 12 1/2 Fret
|Neck Width at the Nut
|Neck Width at the Body
|Neck/Body Assembly Type
|PRS Patented Tremolo, Gen III
|PRS Phase III Locking Tuners with Wing Buttons
|Truss Rod Cover
|Volume & Tone Control w/ 3-Way Toggle Pickup Switch and Two Mini Toggle Coil-Tap Pickup Switches
|PRS Signature 10-46
|Standard (6 String): E, A, D, G, B, E
|10 Top with Hybrid Hardware
Custom 24-08 - Controls Description
3-way toggle pickup switch
Position 1 (down) - treble pickup
Position 2 - treble and bass pickups
Position 3 (up) - bass pickup
Down - humbucker mode
Up - single coil mode