Tony McManus is a monster guitar player. Made me want to buy an acoustic today. It was a nice clinic.
Nice to meet Vaughan as well.
I'm so bummed I missed it!!
"He's kind of like a bear at a campsite...you think he's cute and kind of want to hug him, but in the end you know he's dangerous and is going to stomp on your tent and eat all your food..." - martysnarf
I got to meet strat63. Nice meeting you Don.
I saw you and there and wondered if you might have been a forum member.Originally Posted by leeasam
The thing I took away most from yesterday was how much the unplugged acoustic properies of an electric carry over to when it's plugged in. I've always know it to some extent, I'm just glad when I sit and play an electric unplugged that it's telling me what I want to know for the most part. That and how great loud electric sounds played in the acoustic room(and Paul's fascination with it). It is pretty amazing that no matter what note is played, the acoustics reverberate that note even though all those guitars are somewhat out of tune. It's pretty awesome.
Sounds like it was an awesome time. Not that there was ever a doubt. Glad those that made it had an excellent experience. Rock on guys!
Guitars - PRS
Amps - PRS, Orange, Bogner, 5150 III
That said, I'm glad Paul and PRS has decided to "get" the neck tone, while "improving" the bridge. Works for me.
What I like about Paul is he is always thinking bout how to impove or just aware of things around him. When he heard the reverb from all the acoustic guitars he was like a kid! I noticed that the gears were turning too when he heard that. Kind of like HOW do I capture this. I knew about acoustic properties being important on an electric but was a bit surprised to hear what it sounded like unplugged was prettry much what you heard plugged in. I think Paul really liked that 54 Tele. Maybe if Paul were to say give him all of the huge inventory Dave`s just got in maybe Dave would give him the tele lol. ( then again probably not ! ) talking to Dave afterwards before heading home said they still have like 90 PRS guitars in storage not out on floor yet.!
2010 Taylor 816CE
2012 PRS P22 in black gold wrap around