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Discussion in 'PTC - PRS Tech Center' started by [email protected], Jan 28, 2013.
Hey! Someone's been breaking into my dreams. :bawling:
Kevin Walker stopped by so the PTC could give his bass some TLC. Here he is giving it a test drive.
Kevin is SUCHHHHHHHHHH a nice guy. Paul had him up at the mini Experience and Rudy's in NYC and he was a blast to hang out with. So down to earth and talented.
Wow, I just watched the video. I dont even comprehend what he's doing - I didn't know you could slide a harmonic like that! haha
He does it at the beginning a little - there's a great slide at around 0:55.
I LOVE the goldtop...but, you already knew that.
If I played bass, I would need a PRS Bass.
Any modding required for that mini hum pickup mounting?
Shawn? I'm assuming so since a LP Deluxe uses mounting plates under the pup. The mounting screw spacing is wider than a P-90 and the vintage minis have permanently mounted fine thread screws.
Wow! That's the coolet guitar I've ever seen. I want one!!! Please make a Wes Borland sig.
A mounting plate is required
I can't believe you made me listen to 55 seconds of this song.
That one video made me want to learn bass
On the contrary, I told you where the part was so you wouldn't have to. But if it'll make you feel any better, I contacted my pusher in Texas and am looking forward to a 4-string
OK, that does make me feel a little better. thank you
Richard Williams from Kansas sent his guitar to the PTC for some TLC.
He's been rocking this Custom since 1986.
Headstock shows typical wear and tear of a touring guitar
The plating has worn from the saddles
Richard's guitar has seen many different pickups, but he just went with a set of old school zebra 59/09's