He's a great player. Super in depth knowledge of the instrument. Another video of his that is cool while funny..
What's funny about it is how he keeps describing the chords as "very simple" in regards to "B flat over C" or "Em9" and all the inversions...
Ohio - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
(which seriously gives me goose bumps every time I hear it, especially when you read the story about how they cut it live in like 3 takes and after the final one - they literally broke down in tears, and they knew that this one was the keeper.)
I think the birds thing is getting played out. I think additional animals should be available. Perhaps even mammals and reptiles. Speaking of, Dragons aren't that far away from dinosaurs so might as throw them in the mix also. Well, NAMM 2014 isn't too far away...:laugh:
I played brand new MESA in a GC once that had just been taken out of the box and literally caught on fire and smoke came out of it. So it can happen to any tube amp and who knows where / when the issue crept in. Could be FedEx droppin it too many times though.
I have to say the maple neck on it feels really great. Whatever finish PRS is using on the back of the maple, it feels half-way between no finish at all and say what would be your typical PRS neck finish. It's just so fast and silky smooth. Anyone considering this option on their...
What else can be said. To my eye a just about PS quality quilty top, flame maple neck in Patten Regular, ebony headstock cap, cool mixed hardware, 57/08's!, insanely cool birds, and a beefy 8 lbs. = wow.
The typical/standard Custom 24 setup of Pattern Thin neck with 59/09’s just hasn't worked...
Just saw this commercial and did a search and found this thread. Guitar was poppin alright!! It's the only thing in color in the commercial, everything/everyone else is in black and white. Then a big bright blue flame top PRS.
Recently got a chance to get hands on with one and really put it through the paces. Turn and burn baby! This thing rips. Tried it with the fat back 2x12, and it can get anything from vintage to modern rock, to metal (depending on what guitar and pickups you use with it). I noticed it really lets...
It's a really good amp. Especially in the half stack format. I had been sort of unimpressed with PRS' amp offerings, until getting a chance to play through the H head/cab, and for the price it's really really cool.