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PRS : Left Handed Guitars 2012

For the last couple of years Paul Reed Smith Guitars have offered a very limited run of left handed Custom 24s and McCartys.  This year PRS have decided to really give the southpaw market a little more choice…as long as it’s a Custom 24 you’re after ;)

Between May 15th and June 15th 2012 you will be able to order a left handed PRS Custom 24 in ANY of the available Custom 24 finishes through your local dealer.  That’s a choice of a whopping 21 different finishes!  Kudos to PRS for finally throwing us a bit of a bone.

2012 PRS Left Handed Custom 24 Guitar

PRS Custom 24 2012 Left Handed Guitar Lefty

Body : Mahogany with Figured Maple Top (optional 10 Top Flame or Quilt)
Neck : Pattern Regular Mahogany Neck with Rosewood Fingerboard
Scale Length : 25”
Bridge : PRS Tremolo
Tuners : Locking PRS Phase III Tuners
Pickups : 59/09 Treble and 59/09 Bass
Hardware : Gold or Hybrid

For more information:
2012 Left Handed PRS Custom 24 Page

7 replies
  1. Jameso
    Jameso says:

    I love the fat PRS neck, personally. Comes from playing Gibsons I suppose. If I can ever afford and older 22 or 24 I will jump all over it!

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  2. Gaskell Europe
    Gaskell Europe says:

    Love PRS’s. Nice idea, shame it could backfire on any dealers who were good enough to us lefties to buy some stock of the previous “Limited Editions” – notice GuitarGuitar still have some of the 2010/11 Custom 22 models (at reduced prices)

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  3. Tracy goldstein
    Tracy goldstein says:

    As it turned out I purchased an eriza verde Custom 24 but the color in the flesh was more than I could take so I exchanged it for A Gold Burst quilted 10 top. custom 24 with hybrid hardware

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