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Thread: John Mclaughlin converstion with PRS and Guitar

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    John Mclaughlin converstion with PRS and Guitar Specs

    I really enjoyed this years Experience, the atmosphere, weather, artist and music was inspiring.

    On Saturday I missed PRSh's conversation/Clinic with John McLaughlin. (I was stuck on the bridge for 2+ hours in traffic, also missed Grissom and Knowles as well as Skaggs and Kilby). I was hoping someone captured this on audio or video? If so please let me know, I would really appreciate it.


    Does anyone know the specs on John McLaughlin's guitar. It appeared to have DGT electronics but I was curious what pickups were in it (53/10?), neck; number of frets. The craftsmanship was amazing.


    If you missed him playing Friday night you missed an inspirational experience. It was trully amazing. The tone in his hands is unreal. To hear him speak before hand showed how humble and genuine he truly is. Thanks so much to PRS, Bev and All PRS Employees for providing another superb event.

    Thanks,
    Last edited by Soul&Tone; 09-19-2012 at 07:47 PM.

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    McLaughlin is such a great musician, there just aren't enough superlatives to describe his body of work!

    Very interesting that both he and Carlos, with whom he recorded "Love, Devotion, Surrender", play PRS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSchefman View Post
    McLaughlin is such a great musician, there just aren't enough superlatives to describe his body of work!

    Very interesting that both he and Carlos, with whom he recorded "Love, Devotion, Surrender", play PRS.
    I agree there are not enough superlatives to describe the depth or the mastery of his work.

    I believe before PRSh plugged him into his MDT 100, he was playing from his pedal board straight into the soundboard. The tone really was in his hands.

    I really hope his clinic with PRSh was recorded. I wish I could have been there.

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