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    PRS CAD Amp and Cab Pic thread!

    Per Jester's suggestion from another thread, let's post our PRS CAD creations here!

    I'll start. My new Custom MDT (based on Paul's MDT) with a 4x10, in Paisley with Black Gold Maple:



    TGS Blistertone 1x12 Combo, with the effects loop option, 1 of 5 from Brent's run he did, also Paisley with Black Gold:



    I also have a CAD 2-Channel H with Doug's Boost Mod with a 4x10 with Gold Burst Maple, up in Ottawa where I rehearse and gig, haven't played through it yet, will post pics in a couple of weeks.

    I love the CAD program!! Awesome to be able to pick the cover and Maple, and do custom mods! Thanks Doug and Paul...
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    I've acquired a few PRS Custom Amps......


    HXDA with "Kitchen Sink Mods" which allow both parallel and series operation:








    Here, with the custom flamed cover I will eventually install (Santana yellow):



    Here with one of the two PRS cabs it goes into:



    Here is the Sweet 16+





    And here is the custom cover I will eventually install (Jade Glow to match my PS #3340):



    I use an SE extension cab with this one:



    To be continued!

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    Blistertone combo into PRS 4X10 extension cabinet:





    2 Channel "H" combo into vintage PRS 4X12 extension cab:




    Custom MDT....TGS 410B:




    Custom Dallas....with boost and tone stack lift:












    That's all, folks.

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    I want a Blistertone!!!







    In neon green tolex.









    With an Eriza Verde maple front panel.


















    On top of TWO neon green 4x12 cabs!!!!
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    doc:

    You are the king of PRS CAD Amps!!

    I am doing my best to catch up to you, but I have a long way to go!

    -Pete

    P.S. Jade Glow rocks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    I want a Blistertone!!!







    In neon green tolex.









    With an Eriza Verde maple front panel.


















    On top of TWO neon green 4x12 cabs!!!!
    That would be something, both visually and tonally!

    I am digging the Blistertone more and more as I get used to it. I got a combo, but I am going to convert it to a head, I really like it through the 4x12.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MA Pete View Post
    doc:

    You are the king of PRS CAD Amps!!

    I am doing my best to catch up to you, but I have a long way to go!

    -Pete

    P.S. Jade Glow rocks!
    Turnabout is fair play Pete...I'm trying my best to catch up to YOUR playing ability. If I had a dollar for everyone who said that my collection is wasted on my talent....

    .....I could buy another custom amp!!

    PS...I "stole" the thread." and brought it to VR..hope you don't mind!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    On top of TWO neon green 4x12 cabs!!!!
    Okay, but that would put the top of the head at about 71-72", easy to reach the knobs, but tough to read the labels on the controls on the top of the amp head.

    I know this because a full-stack idea came to my mind as well, so I did the math!
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    Quote Originally Posted by docbennett View Post
    Turnabout is fair play Pete...I'm trying my best to catch up to YOUR playing ability. If I had a dollar for everyone who said that my collection is wasted on my talent....

    .....I could buy another custom amp!!
    I know how you feel, my gear collection far exceeds what my modest skill level warrants, but we need hobbies, right?
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    When it comes to amps, I prefer the tolex fronts to the flamed maple, by far. I guess I'm alone in this amongst the wood freaks who inhabit this forest!

    My amp came from dealer stock with the maple front...but if I ever order a second model, it'll be None More Black.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MA Pete View Post
    I know how you feel, my gear collection far exceeds what my modest skill level warrants, but we need hobbies, right?
    You don't have to be a Formula One driver to own a Ferrari, either. There's no test to see who qualifies, other than whether you can pony up the cash!


    Quote Originally Posted by MA Pete View Post
    Okay, but that would put the top of the head at about 71-72", easy to reach the knobs, but tough to read the labels on the controls on the top of the amp head.

    I know this because a full-stack idea came to my mind as well, so I did the math!
    You know, the cool guys would simply tilt the amp on its front so they could operate the controls, and not worry about seeing the face plate, right?
    Last edited by LSchefman; 08-29-2012 at 03:11 PM.

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    CAD Dallas w/gain boost, tone stack lift, master volume, and reverb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSchefman View Post
    You know, the cool guys would simply tilt the amp on its front so they could operate the controls, and not worry about seeing the face plate, right?
    And the vain guys would be worried about scratching the Maple Panel!!
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    And the vain guys would be worried about scratching the Maple Panel!!
    Pete, the OCD guys and the cool guys belong to different clubs, get different women...

    Priorities, man!

    Besides, (looks around to see if anyone's watching) you could just fold up a towel and put it under the amp face plate and not tell anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post




    Cross posting to get this thread back on track!!

    Nice rig, Hans!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel View Post
    Very nice, Daniel!
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    Daniel's rig is classic. I love that cab too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    Daniel's rig is classic. I love that cab too.
    Agree! I have seen that head a bunch of times, but usually on a black cab. The matching set looks GREAT! Classy...

    (Nice Ted, as well! )
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