Last edited by Shawn@PRS; 04-09-2013 at 07:23 AM.
Good read. Thanks for the link.
That was an awfully interesting interview.
If something is too hard to do, then it's not worth doing. You just stick that guitar in the closet next to your short-wave radio, your karate outfit and your unicycle and we'll go inside and watch TV.
-- Homer J. Simpson
That was a very good interview. Thanks for pointing it out.
Great stuff!!! Thanks for posting this...
I clicked on the link at home this morning before leaving for work, and I read part of it, and I was going to finish it here at work.
Now I get a Page Not Found [ #404 ] error, then another page pops up in its place.
What happened to the article?
"What is the most expensive guitar you ever made?
A double-necked Dragon and a specific Private Stock guitar took us a year to make."
First time I've heard of a mega-PS being made. Does anyone have any other details on that one?
Question: The aliens have come down and found the PRS time capsule. Inside it are three of the best guitars you've ever built. Which three guitars are in there?
PRSH: Carlos Santana's wedding guitar that was given to him for his wedding that was made by Private Stock.
Paul Reed Smith 7 - S t r i n g A c t i v i s t | Fueled by P T C
Just finished the article, very well written.
I like how Carlos was blown away from the quality of the first SE Santana, and he thought it was Maryland made.
The SEs are even better now than when that first model was introduced.
I am still blown away when I play any of my SEs.
So what is going to happen the first time I play my new 408?
He he he, I will put some Depends on so I can keep playing.
This line is what stuck out for me:
"Making a guitar that has the possibility of magic."
Probably not the most interesting or ground breaking thing he said, but it's really what it all boils down to for me. I wouldn't play them, if I didn't feel that.