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    PRS clinic at GC Natick, MA

    So I had the pleasure to meet the man himself. Pretty awesome.

    Here he's showing some really nice amps. Man those notes really jumped out of that cab!



    A sweet prototype bass they brought with them. Sorry these pics didn't come out the best.



    He brought his current #1, one of "Paul's Guitars". It sounded great. I was so jealous when he pointed out the brass inserts being used in the stop tail.

    I don't know why I raised my arm for the picture. I think it was to get the bird tattoos in the picture. In hindsight not a great idea.


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    When was this? Recently? And if so, why was I not there?
    -I'm no expert, but it seems to work and I haven't electrocuted myself yet. Which is pretty much the standard I live by.

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    Good times. And nice Custom 22!

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    I wish there was a "Paul On Tour" part of the website because a lot of these events arent advertised properly
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    Cool! Congrats to you, Chris. Thanks for posting these pics. I'd love to attend one of these things someday. Seems like a great way to spend some time to me.

    I've been told by a number of the staff at the GC here in Amarillo that their (GC's) corporate offices consider this city to be a 'secondary market', and because of that it's rare to see anything new and US made from PRS in the store. I haven't stopped by there in several months, but the last time I went they only had a couple of SEs. They say they can order pretty much any model someone is looking for, but that's not the same as having some on hand to try IMO. Granted, we're not exactly DFW up here, but still...

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    Hey Chris, nice post!
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    Thanks for sharing Chris. I like that Custom 22. And don't beat yourself up over the picture.

    I would however change that shirt. PEPSI?! WTF DUDE. COKE!!!

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    There seems to do a disconnect on annoucing these events. I happen to me in MA at the time and unaware. What gives PRS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buildermike View Post
    There seems to do a disconnect on annoucing these events. I happen to me in MA at the time and unaware. What gives PRS?
    Ditto.

    However, I forgot to mention, very cool Chris!
    -I'm no expert, but it seems to work and I haven't electrocuted myself yet. Which is pretty much the standard I live by.

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