PRS Guitars Reintroduces the Custom 22

I’m not sure if this is specifically NAMM related, but PRS Guitars announced the news this month that they are reintroducing the Custom 22:

Reintroduced for 2013, the Custom 22 is a classic workhorse with all the tones you’ve come to expect from your PRS and a distinctive, musical, warm midrange. Along with its standard features – maple top, mahogany back, mahogany or rosewood 25” scale length Pattern or Pattern Thin neck, and rosewood fretboard – the Custom 22 and 24 are now both offered with the choice of 57/08 pickups or HFS treble and Vintage bass pickups wired for a redesigned 5-way blade switch, which offers a unique dual humbucker option.

I used to own a Custom 22, and it was and is one of the best made guitars I’ve ever owned. I only sold it to purchase another PRS. I’m glad to see that they’re reintroducing it.



  1. says

    I love the PRS guitars…I have only one but it is awesome. The bird inlays are cool, and what a sweet sounding guitar. Coupled with a great amp and its hard to beat. Just ask Santana

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