Les Paul GT ( Grand Touring- one of 700 made)
Les Paul Standard Limited- Ebony neck- SD 59/JM pups- Classic rock machine
Fender 50th anniversary American Deluxe
Fender Lead 2 ( 1979 )
Parker Fly Deluxe Pre-refine ( 1996)
ESP Flying V- Alexi Model ( Heavy Metal all the way)
PRS C22 10 top (...
it starts with MUSIC- this happened in the 80's - late 80's LOTs of people moving to beat box/drum machines, rap and depesche mode crap. then came grundge to reinvigorate the guitar- driven music- we'll be back. Thanks Ed Sheron, Taylor Swift and others.
They re awesome. PLayed out last Saturday night and EVERY SINGLE TIME I take the PRS to a gig, I get multiple people saying "wow, that sounds great! What is that!!!" Same with my Amp too. Good quality toys are fun!
This past weekend, the left latch on my Private stock case broke off!! Argh! How do I get this fixed? As I am sure anyone with a Wood Library/ Private stock knows, these cases are pretty nice. I'd like to get it fixed- before replacing the case- but it's riveted in and not sure how to get it...
This is a PRS Forum- Don't ALL PRS guitars have locking tuners? (Joking- although I don't actually know) I have them on all of mine and the Gen 1 locking tuners on my 1996 PRS C22 are awesome- no winding required and it stays in PERFECT tune all of the time.
That's a cool little box. I have a couple of processors- AxFX and Eleven rack that i've used live in the past as well. When using them LIVE, I don't use an amp at all. We use IEM's and I just run to the house. You could have a mix bussed back to your monitor and avoid all of the 4-cable stuff...