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    Your fav PRS artist

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    Re: Your fav PRS artist

    Tough call. I like many of the artists. Mike Scott is way up there for me.
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    Re: Your fav PRS artist

    I think it is Emil Werstler. Great riffs, amazing solos, great guy and a fantastic teacher. I love his approach to playing and it always makes me want to practice and write

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    Re: Your fav PRS artist

    Carlos Santana,Opeth and Alex lifeson
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    My far and away favorite is David Grissom. Carlos Santana and Howard Leese are also high on my list.

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    Howard Leese. But being a dear friend of mine, I may be biased.

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    It would be Howard Leese and Martin Barre. Also Orianthi, as it's great to see an Aussie flying the PRS flag.

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    Mike Scott and Bernie Marsden.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aqualung View Post
    It would be Howard Leese and Martin Barre.
    Wow, I didn't know Martin Barre played PRS, he's an incredible musician!!!
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    Mark Tremonti and Emil!
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    Gerry Leonard, AKA "Spooky Ghost." Not very well known, but he's a killer session/touring guy...plays with David Bowie, Duncan Sheik, Suzanne Vega, etc etc. His playing style/sound is truly unique...I've seen him with a few PRSi, but usually a white Hollowbody.

    I'd say David Grissom is a close second.

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    Even though he doesn't play them often, probably Adam Gontier of Three Days Grace, and Daniel Johns of Silverchair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    Tough call. I like many of the artists. Mike Scott is way up there for me.
    Any word on how Mike is doing? I know he had some health concerns last year and haven't heard anything since.
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    Any word on how Mike is doing? I know he had some health concerns last year and haven't heard anything since.
    No idea. Didn't know he was dealing with anything.

    I don't really "follow" people or bands anymore so I'm usually the last to know.
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    Santana, Orianthi (great role model for my daughters), Alex Lifeson... I think, having grown up a Michigan boy, it would have to be Uncle Ted... He and Santana were the first PRS players I was aware of back in the day

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    Jimmy Herring on his hollowbody. Emil working on breaking the basic laws of nature and physics.
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    Even though some of these guys don't play PRS exclusively - here are my favorites that do play PRS:

    Joe Walsh, Neal Schon, Tom Johnston, David Grissom, Howard Leese, Kurt Allison, Alex Lifeson, Brent Mason, Bruce Kulick, and Pat Travers.

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    Dave Baksh (Though he's not really playing PRS as much these days from what I can gather)

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    Thanx for including me in your lists of artist. Honored.

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