|Comments||Today we’re featuring a 1990 PRS Standard 24 Brazilian in Midnight Blue. This is one of the last guitars produced with the Brazilian rosewood fingerboard.
Paul Reed Smith rapidly went from being a small independent builder to one of the major success stories of the guitar world, one of the few to challenge Fender and Gibson for brand awareness and acceptance.
This 1990 Standard model is in great playing condition, and is ready to rock! The dark blue metallic finish is really quite striking.
|Serial Number||0 8268, built during 1990 in Stevensville, Maryland USA.|
|Pricing||$1,950 CAD including original case.|
|Neck||Mahogany neck with Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, mother of pearl / abalone dot markers in the PRS style; 25 inch scale length.|
|Frets||Moderate wear on original frets.|
|Body||Solid mahogany body with carved top.|
|Finish||Deep blue metallic finish in good condition. There are a few small chips and dings, and some minor scratches on the back. It’s quite a striking finish.|
|Hardware/electronics||Original hardware – PRS/Schaller cam-lock tuners and trem bridge, Standard humbuckers, master volume, selector switch, minitoggle.|
|Playability/Action||Plays quite well as is, and it’s very comfortable.|
|Case||Original hardshell case.|
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