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    Damon Johnson
    He is a freaking amazing guitar player and is involved with several prominent recording and touring artists. Brother Cane, Alice Cooper, Thin Lizzy(recording as Black Star Riders).
    A Signature SC245 would be ideal as he is an LP junkie...


    DJ Ashba
    Stellar guitar player/song writer and would give the brand great exposure to a sizeable demographic. He's in Guns N Roses and Sixx AM.
    408 MT Trem would be versatile enough to cover all the ground he treads...


    Doyle Bramhall II
    I'd just echo the sentiment above.
    DC3 or 305...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful Sinner View Post
    Damon Johnson
    He is a freaking amazing guitar player and is involved with several prominent recording and touring artists. Brother Cane, Alice Cooper, Thin Lizzy(recording as Black Star Riders).
    A Signature SC245 would be ideal as he is an LP junkie...


    DJ Ashba
    Stellar guitar player/song writer and would give the brand great exposure to a sizeable demographic. He's in Guns N Roses and Sixx AM.
    408 MT Trem would be versatile enough to cover all the ground he treads...


    Doyle Bramhall II
    I'd just echo the sentiment above.
    DC3 or 305...
    When I saw that, thought, wow, I can play a little but a endorsement i'm not that good, then I re-read it and the 1st name was wrong... close but no cigar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird View Post
    1. Pete Loeffler
    2. Chevelle is an accomplished band with a prominent guitar sound, and he's loyally sported PRS's since their first album.
    3. An American made baritone.
    This,

    or....

    1. Tim Mahoney
    2. No more Standard line and no 24 fret stoptail.
    3. US made Standard 24 stoptail to match Tim's light blue guitar.

    Or....

    1. Ben Burnley
    2. Popular band (Breaking Benjamin) and very unique model
    3. 24 fret Baritone Hollowbody
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyMoonsRJT View Post
    i went with a HB spruce top and P90 combo based on his Collection of Epiphone casino's with P90's.....especially that candy apple red one with the chrome P90's.....mmmmmmmmm....I also like the piezo addition although I originally didn't....either that or give him an Angelus sig as well....check out his mellower clips.
    Yeah, after I re-read your guitar choice I really liked it. It would seemingly be ideal for him......heck, I'D LOVE a spruce P-90 HB myself, especially in SC form!

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    Trey Anastasio
    Obvious-plus he experimented with a Fender on his new solo cd; he has a Martin sig acoustic
    Hollow Body of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyMoonsRJT View Post
    1.)Tim Reynolds
    2.) Dude is Badass on either an electric or an acoustic
    3.) Whatever electric he wants...for acoustic Tonare Grand.
    Great choice.

    I'd go a with...

    1. Kevin Cadogan (original guitarist for Third Eye Blind)
    2. He's incredibly tatalented
    3. Hollowbody II or better yet a KC signature model.
    He isn't too active anymore, but has a loyal fanbase and is a monster player. I'd buy a KC sig in every color.

    Mike Einzinger of Incubus has been back playing PRS after a notable hiatus. May be a good time to bring him back into the fold for good.
    Chasing Fragile Harmonics...

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    Nalle Colt
    Vintage Trouble is an awesome band - and I'd love to see them at Experience
    SC 245 (or NOS Stripped 58)
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    Too late now but I would have liked to have heard Gary Moore through a Modern Eagle with 57/08's. I know he played a PRS briefly early but it was his metal phase, would have loved to heard his blues through an Eagle.
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    I too would like to see Keith Urban hooked up with a PRS - I'm sure people would buy his guitar.

    I'd also submit Ian Thornley. He has such a powerful voice it is easy not to notice how good he is on guitar. I wouldn't presume to pick for him, but suspect he might like a swamp ash with a 3 pack of narrow fields.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carpincowboy View Post
    Gilmour playing a PRS. now thats a beautiful dream. just think of the tone that man could get with a great guitar instead of a Strat.(not a Strat fan)
    Yeah....like his current tone is in need of real improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    If the PRS Artist Relations Manager (Bev) called you and asked you to recommend 3 guitarists you think they should chase...

    1) Who would you suggest?
    2) Why?
    3) What is the PRS Model you would recommend?
    1) Neil Young

    2) Cause old Black needs to be retired....and "Z" needs a new reason to be enthusiastic over the PRS line


    3) a Black Singlecut with a Bigsby

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    What about a guy like Andy Timmons. I know he plays some old Ibanez but put him and a 408MT together and look out !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by south89 View Post
    What about a guy like Andy Timmons. I know he plays some old Ibanez but put him and a 408MT together and look out !!!
    He plays his signature model AT100CL and AT10P which is in current production, i'm not going to link another manufacturer on the PRS forum.

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    I'm going with three acoustic players. (Acoustic guitar of their choice)

    1) Marcus Mumford (Mumford and Sons) - Because they're huge
    2) Ben Gibbard (Death Cab For Cutie) - New solo CD, Postal Service reunion tour, new Death Cab CD coming soon.
    3) Colin Meloy (Decemberists) - Just because he's awesome

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    I think Pete Loeffler is the most deserving and longest overdue.

    And Keith Urban would rock a PRS. PRS guitars are increasingly popular in that genre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post
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    3) Colin Meloy (Decemberists) - Just because he's awesome
    Doesn't he play an ugly Gretsch as well? Give the man a JA15!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    If the PRS Artist Relations Manager (Bev) called you and asked you to recommend 3 guitarists you think they should chase...

    1) Who would you suggest?
    2) Why?
    3) What is the PRS Model you would recommend?
    1) Jess Lewis (upcoming talented young lady from the UK)
    2) She's the real deal - chops, feel, and comfortable in multiple music styles
    3) Custom 22


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    1)Adam Dutkiewicz of Killswitch Engage and Times of Grace
    2)Great player, songwriter, producer; popular metal/metalcore band(s)
    3)Custom22, Custom24, Maybe a jacked up/rodded NF3 or 305

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    1) Dennis Casey of Flogging Molly

    2) Huge following HUGE...and PRS is totally missing the punk groups. The fact that I can buy a US made PRS at a cheaper price than a US made instrument from Nashville AND the PRS is far superior in the quality department should start to get some of these other bands on board. I love seeing Dave Knudson, Tim Mahoney, and Brad Delson using PRS Guitars...we just need to keep getting the word out!

    3) Probably a Custom 22 or McCarty




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    I like Shawn's choices too....you've listed three of my favorite bands!
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