Custom 22 reviews— 12 total
12 user reviews of Custom 22 by Paul Reed Smith
The wide fat is a little too fat for me.
As a guitar player I probably identify myself as a prog rock type of player.
Buy a 22 for covering a lot of ground; look at the 24 for music leaning more toward modern rock...
Nearly perfect for me. It would be perfect if it had the same pickups but 24 frets.
I've been playing for about a year, but I'm already recording in a band as lead guitarist.
I play rock/metal, it's solid for anything I want to play.
The feature I love the most is the thiness of the guitar it makes it so comfortable to play.
Other than that, it is indeed the perfect guitar.
I also own a '76 Les Paul Custom that I use as my Custom 22's backup.
I have played for seven years. If this guitar was stolen I would buy another one then track down the son of a b--ch that stole it and get my f--ing guitar back.
The diversity in tone is wonderful. I've been playing for 3 years and i own a Fender Fat Strat Texas Special.
Been Playing For Over 13 Years And This Is By Far The Best Guitar I Have Ever Picked Up!.