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1991 Paul Reed Smith Standard 24 – PRS $1 Start –

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-02-13)
Price : US $1,300.



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1991 Paul Reed Smith
Standard 24
** Hand Made – Pre-Factory Guitar **
** Beautiful Natural Mahogany Finish **
** Tremolo and  Wide/Thin Neck **
$1.00 Start - NO RESERVE.
The Warmer Tone of Solid Mahogany
Superb Player, Incredible Sound

*Flat Rate Insured Shipping & Handling with DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE*
***Please be certain to read and understand the shipping terms***

A beautiful clear-coat Mahogany finish with all of the advantages of a pre-factory piece.  Hand made with all of the discontinued appointments such as the short neck heel, one-piece MilCom tremolo, small headstock signature, hand wound pick-ups, single set screw on the D & G tuning keys and a Brazilian fret board.

A true player with the added aspect of being a pre-factory collectable.  An extremely solid instrument made from a single block of Mahogany which gives it warmer tone than the more common maple top Customs.  A screaming tone monster that is somehow head and shoulders louder than any other guitar in my house.  The guitar has its share of dings around the outer edges, some on top, a patch of buckle rash on the back and a small finish crack at the low E tuner screw.  I’ve included close up pictures with enlargement capability for your evaluation.  As you can clearly see in the pictures, the finish crack is not structural damage.  I’ve marked the beginning and the end of the line for you.  In direct view, the clear-coat finish allows you to see that it does not wrap around or go through to the wood.  I’ve also included a picture with the serial number in which you can see that the finish mark does not show up at all.  I knew the various dings and marks were there when I bought the guitar and I’ve enjoyed it just the same.

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Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-02-13)



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