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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by [email protected], Dec 7, 2012.
Thanks for the kind words. I use a Canon 5diii and either a Sigma Art 35 or Sigma Art 50 lens. I'll edit with a custom preset that helps me handle the funky factory lights. You should see what happens on disco Thursday at PRS.
That spalted burl Paul's would look SWEET with a smokeburst. Best shot of the day. Thanks, Hunter!
Oh yeah..... Team America!!!
Well done, sir-gio.
Big thanks to the PRS crew for another round of the sickest guitar thread on the planet. Makes me miss tooling around in the factory, big time.
Wonder what's up with this one? Relic?
that is a very easy problem to solve.
a solid gold golden oldie.
You think they're working on December's GotM already?
Great shots...as always!!!
Diggin' the B&W pic of Elvis Reed Smith.........Thank-ya-very-much!!
Dammit. Should have snapped the pick of 11Top playing my SE One. Yeah, it happened.
My guitar closet is bursting at the seams. I need to figure something out and soon.
We live in an age of mass-produced everything. Old-world craftsmanship is hardly ever found in anything. It's so great to see that it's alive and well at PRS. It reminds me of the violin shops I've seen in Cremona, Italy. Nowadays there's a blending of automation and handwork. Some C&C and laser equipment can do certain jobs better than can be done by hand. However, many operations can ONLY be done well by hand. I've got to tour the factory. The aroma of the wood, the colors, the attention to detail. This is a happy world to inhabit. There's a great line in a James Taylor song when he sings "The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time." I think they've got it! PRS private stock special instruments are unequaled. Thanks a million for posting the photos.
Now this is what I call looking at Porn !
Actual gold leaf, like gilt?