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    Auth. PRS Dealer Mad Music Ecuador's Avatar
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    What artists are using PRS amplifiers?

    Can you help me to create a list? I wanna know who is using them?

    Thanks.

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    The guys in the pics are from the band Uncle Lucius, but the PRS stack belongs to Seth James of Cody Canada (former Cross Canadian Ragweed frontman) and the Departed.

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    Here are four names off of the top of my head:

    Derek Trucks
    Warren Haynes
    David Grissom
    Brad Whitford
    Last edited by Em7; 08-29-2012 at 10:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Em7 View Post
    Here's four names off of the top of my head:

    Derek Trucks
    Warren Haynes
    David Grissom
    Brad Whitford
    I saw Dave Weiner (Steve Vai), Xandao (O Rappa) and Sergio Vallin (Mana) using PRS amps live

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    As in another thread, Brad Whitford of Aerosmith...

    I use one on my ad work (probably not impressive, huh?). LOL

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    I gotta be honest, I've seen Aerosmith live. Thought they were awesome. Never noticed Whitford. Had pleanty of chances to say hello at a few NAMM shows but didn't.

    Then... I saw him play by himself at the Hendrix Experience last March. I was really blown away. He has such tasteful phrasing, killer tone, and he knows how to leave a few well-considered holes in the song.

    Needless to say, I'm a fan now. Better late than never.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    I gotta be honest, I've seen Aerosmith live. Thought they were awesome. Never noticed Whitford. Had pleanty of chances to say hello at a few NAMM shows but didn't.

    Then... I saw him play by himself at the Hendrix Experience last March. I was really blown away. He has such tasteful phrasing, killer tone, and he knows how to leave a few well-considered holes in the song.

    Needless to say, I'm a fan now. Better late than never.
    Someone please correct me if I'm wrong. From what I understand Brad Whitford went to Berklee college of music in Boston. He had the chops, but Joe Perry had the looks. So, in the beginning he helped Joe with what to play. Yes, Joe is a great guitarist in his own right, but in the beginning......
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    a lot of people here are pretty excited about Joey Santiago of the Pixies


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    Nicky Moroch and the cat from The Doobie Brothers, Tom Johnston is his name, I think...
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    Thanks.

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