What are the Dimensions of the PRS Custom 24?
Body length and width is about 14" x 12.5". Entire guitar top to bottom is roughly 38".
At the body's widest point between the upper and lower bout, you have about 12.5 inches. From where the fretboard goes into the body to the top of the body (where the strap hooks up) is about 14 inches. The entire guitar top to bottom is roughly 38 inches.
Note that dimensions for the PRS Custom 24 will be appreciably similar to several other guitars under the PRS brand including, but not limited to, the following:
- PRS CE 22
- PRS CE 24
- PRS Custom 24
- PRS SE Custom 24
- PRS S2 Custom 24
The PRS Custom 24 dimensions provided here are estimates, some of which we've taken ourselves with in-house guitars. But keep in mind that these are just approximate and that the actual dimensions of your guitar can vary depending on a number of factors.
PRS Custom 24 Dimensions and Estimates
For those that just want a rough estimate, here's what we have for the PRS Custom 24 American made version:
- Overall length: About 36-37"
- Scale length: 25"
- Nut width: 1.6875"
- Radius: 10"
- Width of body at widest point: About 12.5 inches
- Width of body from end of fretboard across: About 14 inches
For what it's worth, I asked Chat GPT to return PRS Custom 24 dimensions and it was all over the place.
PRS provided info
Most of the numbers above were crowdsourced from several sources, including community members, manufacturer documentation, and our own measuring of a few guitars. Most manufacturers, including PRS, limit the dimensions they provide to the following :
- Nut width
- Scale length
Those three numbers in the above list were taken straight from PRS.
24 frets and other body styles
Other dimensions have to piece together, but we can get numbers that are close and should apply to most PRS guitars that have a 24 fret neck. Guitars that might differ more significantly would be those with different body shapes, like the Hollowbody and McCarty models.
Keep in mind that exact dimensions will vary, depending on the year in question, not just the model.
For example, a 2018 Custom 24 might have slightly different dimensions than one made in 2010, or 2005, like mine.
If you have one of these, or even something similar like the CE 24 or SE Custom 24, take some measurements and leave them in the comments section. If we can keep pooling information, we can start to establish a more reliable record of guitar dimensions.
Because guitar dimensions and weight are mysteriously hard to find.
See you in the comments.
Written by Bobby Kittleberger on Electrics & Roundups
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