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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post
    About a month a go I posted a video of Lenny playing Clapton's "Let it Rain" and no one noticed he was using the P22 Trem.
    Sneaky sneaky.
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    So do they really come with Dirt Birds? Or is that just a Prototype?

    AND when do they start shipping?
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    Cool! A piezo trem was a must for the PRS line!
    (Although I already have my self made P24 Trem )
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    Thanks for clarifying, Shawn. I guess that "Fretboard Option: Rosewood" is just a typo on the website. I am glad to see that PRS/LR Baggs Piezo tremolo. That opens up so many more Private Stock options.

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    Can a P24 Trem be far behind? I hope not.

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    ...and if the PTC ever offers a retro-fit for solidbody guitars (already available for hollowbody models), I'd imagine there will be a flood of guys taking the plunge.

    Put a Piezo on an SAS with trem or a 513 and you truly have the Swiss Army Knife of gigging guitars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    Put a Piezo on an SAS with trem or a 513 and you truly have the Swiss Army Knife of gigging guitars.
    I just peed a little!

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    I love how probably the most anticipated model wasn't released at NAMM or Experience...... but whenever the heck they wanted! I freaking love it! \m/
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    And this is when being a lefty sucks! I could totally use this guitar...

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    Quote Originally Posted by themike View Post
    I love how probably the most anticipated model wasn't released at NAMM or Experience...... but whenever the heck they wanted! I freaking love it! \m/
    Musikmesse (in Frankfurt) got it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geese_com View Post
    Thanks for clarifying, Shawn. I guess that "Fretboard Option: Rosewood" is just a typo on the website.
    It is "Neck Option; Rosewood" and the webpage has been updated.

    Thanks for the headsup
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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    Musikmesse (in Frankfurt) got it.
    Ah true, I always forget about that one!
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    Just when I was about to pull the trigger on a DGT...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmac65 View Post
    Just when I was about to pull the trigger on a DGT...
    P22 Trem + find DGT pickups used = UT OH!
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    J Hayes at MusikMesse in Germany doing a P22 Trem demo. Sounds great J!

    http://www.musicradar.com/news/guita...22-trem-573544

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    Anyone played the either of the P22 with 57/08s in it? Wondering how it sounds compared to the 53/10s haven't played anything with the 57s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post
    J Hayes at MusikMesse in Germany doing a P22 Trem demo. Sounds great J!

    http://www.musicradar.com/news/guita...22-trem-573544
    Ive seen J demo tons of gear and I must admit, he seems pretty giddy about this guitar! I love it haha
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    I was just getting ready to pull the trigger on a P22 AP. Now I'm going to wait, because this is exactly what I was hoping for. Well, that and 2 extra frets. Is it asking too much to hope it is available in the Artist Package program? Woohoo!

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