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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Andrew Paul, Sep 23, 2021.
Just teasing you Rick. I guess the two pickups make up a p270
He should have put a fourth in, made a P360, and just gone full circle.
Or half a one and he’d have a p45!
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oh, I know… but teasing back is the way!
But wouldn’t it be a Saucer-er’s Apprentice then?
So where was that video shot? Is that a room at the Stevensville factory? My God, you could spend a month there oogling guitars!
It sphere-y possible.
Agreed I can get lost in that for months..... maybe years...
Agree with those interested in a limited replica run.
I think they mention doing the next video on the Frampton “first birds” guitar. Having just acquired one of the recent replicas…I’m waiting for that video and Paul’s comments…and maybe a sound demonstration like this video.
They call it the "Archive". I was fortunate enough to get a 1 on 1 tour from Shawn in 2018. That room was incredible. I was seriously afraid of dropping something.
[email protected] yeah! Bangin’!
Logged in specifically to see if this was posted. Only blue guitar I would not spray paint.
Its like, really inspiring to see those guitars! The Dragons look like they built the guitar around the inlay. Thanks for posting those!
You could do a vinyl wrap to it. Like the ones they put on cars.
Unofficial PRS Forum event #2? I rode with Jamie and others to Garrett Park. Rick had someone’s rare collection for sale. This one, many others. One that floored me was a Dragon II or III with a tremolo.
That’s going to be a cool vid!
AHHHH SOOO AWESOME!! I think you posted a couple of those pics. I specifically remember that dragon doubleneck…. Totally drool worthy!
Yeah, I've posted some before. Anytime they're appropriate, cuz who doesn't love guitar porn!
Paul should get Bryan to get all up in those 25-27 frets!
When I went in to film, I did two quick passes of this loop improv for them to choose from, I did play up on the highest frets in one of the passes, and completely forgot on the other. I didn't see Paul's footage until the video came out otherwise I would have played some slide up in the doggie whistle range.
Wow @bodia , wiked pix!!! I had seen a couple of them, but more than the dragon inlays, I LOVE those bird sound holes!!! Any details you can share on that one? Thanks for the drool material!!!
Great vid! I love seeing the back story on these legendary pieces!! Thanks for sharing!!!