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    Paul's Guitar : Sound Clip

    Hi all,

    Now almost a month has past since I have my Paul's Guitar as per this

    http://prsguitars.com/forum/showthre...-Paul-s-Guitar

    A lot of my friends has asked me for the sound sample, so I made this quick clip for them and thought I would share it here too
    This was just to show the Paul's guitar in real life situation with effect and backing track. I chose this song because it seems to match the sound of this wonderful guitar perfectly

    But my playing is nowhere near perfect, so pardon my sloppy playing...

    Equipment used :

    PRS Paul's Guitar : Bridge pickup in humbucking mode
    Mesa Boogie Mark V head
    Mesa Boogie Rectifier 2x12 cabinet
    Zoom A2.u for delay effect

    Recorded using Zoom H2n directly in front of the speaker

    And here it is...

    https://soundcloud.com/headbanger76/...ry-moore-cover

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suppalak Klabdee View Post
    Hi all,

    Now almost a month has past since I have my Paul's Guitar as per this

    http://prsguitars.com/forum/showthre...-Paul-s-Guitar

    A lot of my friends has asked me for the sound sample, so I made this quick clip for them and thought I would share it here too
    This was just to show the Paul's guitar in real life situation with effect and backing track. I chose this song because it seems to match the sound of this wonderful guitar perfectly

    But my playing is nowhere near perfect, so pardon my sloppy playing...

    Equipment used :

    PRS Paul's Guitar : Bridge pickup in humbucking mode
    Mesa Boogie Mark V head
    Mesa Boogie Rectifier 2x12 cabinet
    Zoom A2.u for delay effect

    Recorded using Zoom H2n directly in front of the speaker

    And here it is...

    https://soundcloud.com/headbanger76/...ry-moore-cover

    Good job! Sounds excellent!

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    Nice sound
    Nice playing
    Pretty hard to go wrong with a Boogie and a PRS
    PRS Family - SCT, 408, 305, CU22, MEII
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    Amps - Mesa MK2B , Egnater Tweaker 15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tag View Post
    Good job! Sounds excellent!
    Thank you very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rider1260 View Post
    Nice sound
    Nice playing
    Pretty hard to go wrong with a Boogie and a PRS
    Thank you very much!

    It's really is difficult to go wrong with either of them on their own, but together, I am in tone heaven!

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    Very nice!

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    I really enjoyed your playing and the tone is terrific! Nice work! Really nice feel and timing, too.
    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.
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    Sounds great!
    I am getting to the point now that I can tell what a PRS sounds like.
    I already know Fenders and Gibsons, but PRS have their own unique sound.

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    Thanks for sharing that! Very nice, great feel
    If I thought I was going to live this long I'd have taken better care of myself!

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    Very nice.
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    Wow, sounds VERY nice! Wasn't sure if the narrow 408 bridge would have too much treble but that was super smooth!
    -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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    Thank you for your kind comments krab!

    I was kind of skeptical for the narrow 408 in the bridge position too. When playing alone, without any other instruments, it is kind of a little over the top on the high, and a little thin (compare to the rich, full body sound from neck position). However, like PRSh said, once in the mix, it sits really well. Focused, crisp, with more than enough richness to make it stand out.

    Every time I turn on the amp with this Paul's guitar connected, I really am in tone heaven!

    BTW, the Boogie Mark V was set up in Channel 3, Mk IIc+ mode. I normally used this channel in Mk IV mode for that butter smooth Petrucci sound (with Musicman JP6, I was pretty close!) but this Paul's Guitar really encourage me to lower the gain, to the point that I even change the mode to Mk IIc+ for more expressive "PRS" sound.

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