The SE in PRS SE stands for Student Edition, and was created out of necessity for guitarists to have the option of a more affordable PRS guitar yet still offering the superb playability of more expensive instruments

PRS Custom SE 24 Guitar - Professional Quality. Classic PRS Design.

The PRS SE 24 custom range from PRS also has a custom 24. Built in Korea to the high quality that you expect from a Paul Reed Smith guitar.

The SE Custom 24 features a maple top, mahogany back, wide thin maple neck and rosewood fretboard with bird inlays. The instrument is a modern classic with roadworthy durability, addictive playability, and wide array of tones. The PRS patented molded tremolo bridge and 85/15 ‘S’ pickups are paired with a volume, push/pull tone control, and 3-way blade pickup selector. The guitar has been played by internationally touring artists, gigging musicians, and aspiring players. The guitar is a perfect workhorse that has a wide range of tones, making it a perfect well rounded instrument.

PRS - SE Hollowbody II

The PRS SE Hollowbody II combines the power and stability of a solid-body electric guitar with the captivating resonance of a hollowbody instrument. The 58/15 “S” pickups deliver clarity and balance that sound big and musical in the hollowbody platform. Designed to look as good as it sounds, the SE Hollowbody II also features a figured maple top and back and mahogany sides as well as a mahogany neck (set-neck construction) with PRS trademark bird inlays. Both hollowbody and solidbody players will feel at home with the SE Hollowbody II.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are PRS SE guitars known for?

PRS SE guitars are renowned for their exceptional quality, playability, and affordability. Designed as a more accessible line from Paul Reed Smith, these guitars maintain high standards in craftsmanship and tone, making them popular among both beginners and seasoned players.

2. What makes the PRS SE Custom 24 guitar a popular choice?

The PRS SE Custom 24 guitar is a favorite among guitarists for its versatile tone, comfortable playability, and iconic PRS design. Featuring 24 frets, a wide-thin neck, and PRS-designed pickups, it's suitable for a wide range of musical styles, from rock and metal to jazz and blues.

3. How does a PRS SE compare to a traditional Acoustic Guitar?

A PRS SE, being an Electric Guitar, offers a different experience compared to an Acoustic Guitar. Electric guitars like the PRS SE are known for their ability to produce a wide variety of sounds through amplification and effects, whereas acoustic guitars offer a natural, warm tone ideal for folk, country, and acoustic rock.

4. Are PRS SE guitars available at Musicstreet?

Yes, Musicstreet, considered one of the best guitar shops in the UK, offers a selection of PRS SE guitars. Whether you're looking for the Custom 24, another model, or even advice on the best PRS SE guitar for your needs, Musicstreet can help.

5. Can I play Classical guitar pieces on a PRS SE guitar?

While you can play classical-inspired pieces on a PRS SE guitar, it's worth noting that classical music traditionally relies on the nylon strings and specific body design of a Classical guitar for its distinctive sound. However, the PRS SE's versatility makes it suitable for a wide range of musical styles, including adaptations of classical pieces.

6. Does Musicstreet offer Bass Guitar options alongside PRS SE guitars?

Indeed, alongside a comprehensive range of PRS SE guitars, Musicstreet also offers an array of Bass Guitars. Catering to the diverse needs of musicians, Musicstreet ensures that both guitarists and bassists can find quality instruments suited to their playing style and musical genre.