Welcome aboard, Rick.
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Welcome aboard, Rick.
Paco was definitely an inspiration to me to try stepping up my game, guitar-wise. R.I.P- he will definitely be missed.
Been awhile since I posted here. Here are a couple tracks I finished not too long ago using a couple PRSi I have on hand:
The Black Cherry looks smashing.
Here's a song I wrote with my Custom 24 and some Bareknuckle Painkillers. -Hope you enjoy:
This is good.
They're similar, though. In any case, I am a fan of both.
Simple- PRS had what I wanted in a guitar, and the other brand(s) didn't.
I've always fallen back to these Jazz III's. They're the right size for me, and they're the only ones so far...
Welcome aboard, and congrats on the new Tremonti.
My new year resolution is too low: 144p is obviously not good enough.
Of the people I have encountered that shunned PRS guitars- a good chunk of them expect it to be exactly a Les Paul, when it's a different beast with its very own identity.
Thank you for the kind words, Reginald- and welcome to the forum.
Thank you, kindly!
I just got a simple MIDI mouse as a basic channel switcher, and I got to (finally) catch up on sleep after finals. I'll take it. :)
Hi everyone, hope you are having a smashing time this holiday season. Not much else to say on my part, so I shall leave you a couple Christmas-oriented offerings for you to dig/endure.
I'm liking this so much, Sergio.
As much as possible, I'd suggest trying it out in person first- not just at a shop, but if you can- with you own rig, as well.
I suppose I could say that a couple experiences with PRS buys were...
Welcome aboard, man- and nice Tremonti/Petrucci
That's quite the collection of white singlecuts! I jelly, man.
Some more silliness on my part that I'll share:
My ideal Singlecut would have a 25" scale, tremolo, 24 frets, ebony board, some \m/ pickups, and a wide-thin neck.
Wow, well that was definitely quick! Glad they have Floyds on some of the US models, now.
I cannot tell what is the difference between the sound from a 2 piece and one piece bridge of the same mass, since there are so many other variables that can influence the sound of a guitar. But I'm...