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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Shawn@PRS, Apr 20, 2017.
Here we go, final assembly!
Awesome stuff Shawn! Thanks for posting the series.
Will Paul be doing this with another group of employees? And you'll be recording and posting it??
Paul will continue to hold the weekly classes, but I won't be documenting them like I did with this project. However, I'm still documenting my 15 year employee guitar build process, so there are a few more videos coming in the near future.
This was a cool journey! Much appreciated it. Thanks for taking the time to document and post it Shawn.
Need to catch up with a lot of this, but thanks, Shawn. I love watching this kind of stuff.
It would be cool to gat an update on where this guitar finally ends up...
I just want to know when the auction is.
This is the correct question. You need another guitar.
I spoke with Johns Hopkins today and I was told that the guitar will be auction off during the annual PRS sponsored concert. No date has been set for the convcert yet, but I told them there was interest in online bidding, so as soon as I get more info, I will post it here.
well thats sounds l dam good idea hope it goes well
So we finally wrapped up this session of Paul's Guitar building classes and here is a shot of the completed guitar.
Moving forward, we've decided that each of us will build our own guitars with Paul overseeing each of our builds. One person wants to make a 25.5" scaled guitar with a bolt on neck, one guy wants to make a fretless bass, another person is considering making an electric cello. This is going to be a completely new set of challenges for all of us, but it should be an amazing experience for all involved. We are expecting this to take at least a year to complete.
Stunning. Well done everyone at PRS!
That looks fantastic!!
Holy crap, that thing turned out great! I also LOVE the concept of each doing a build. That is terrific!
Gawd, that thing is gorgeous!!!!
I think that might be the most beautiful PRS I've ever seen.
I'm usually not a big fan of quilt over flame, but it's PERFECT for this. It looks like real flames (not flame, FLAMES)
it is a piece of art Wonderfull well done