PRS CAD Amp and Cab Pic thread!

MA Pete

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Per Jester's suggestion from another thread, let's post our PRS CAD creations here!

I'll start. My new Custom MDT (based on Paul's MDT) with a 4x10, in Paisley with Black Gold Maple:

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TGS Blistertone 1x12 Combo, with the effects loop option, 1 of 5 from Brent's run he did, also Paisley with Black Gold:

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I also have a CAD 2-Channel H with Doug's Boost Mod with a 4x10 with Gold Burst Maple, up in Ottawa where I rehearse and gig, haven't played through it yet, will post pics in a couple of weeks.

I love the CAD program!! Awesome to be able to pick the cover and Maple, and do custom mods! Thanks Doug and Paul...
 
I've acquired a few PRS Custom Amps......


HXDA with "Kitchen Sink Mods" which allow both parallel and series operation:

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Here, with the custom flamed cover I will eventually install (Santana yellow):

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Here with one of the two PRS cabs it goes into:

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Here is the Sweet 16+

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And here is the custom cover I will eventually install (Jade Glow to match my PS #3340):

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I use an SE extension cab with this one:

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To be continued!
 
Blistertone combo into PRS 4X10 extension cabinet:

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2 Channel "H" combo into vintage PRS 4X12 extension cab:

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Custom MDT....TGS 410B:

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Custom Dallas....with boost and tone stack lift:


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That's all, folks.
 
I want a Blistertone!!!







In neon green tolex.









With an Eriza Verde maple front panel.


















On top of TWO neon green 4x12 cabs!!!! :eek:
 
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doc:

You are the king of PRS CAD Amps!!

I am doing my best to catch up to you, but I have a long way to go! ;)

-Pete

P.S. Jade Glow rocks!
 
I want a Blistertone!!!







In neon green tolex.









With an Eriza Verde maple front panel.


















On top of TWO neon green 4x12 cabs!!!! :eek:

That would be something, both visually and tonally! ;)

I am digging the Blistertone more and more as I get used to it. I got a combo, but I am going to convert it to a head, I really like it through the 4x12.
 
doc:

You are the king of PRS CAD Amps!!

I am doing my best to catch up to you, but I have a long way to go! ;)

-Pete

P.S. Jade Glow rocks!

Turnabout is fair play Pete...I'm trying my best to catch up to YOUR playing ability. If I had a dollar for everyone who said that my collection is wasted on my talent....

.....I could buy another custom amp!! :D

PS...I "stole" the thread." and brought it to VR..hope you don't mind!
 
On top of TWO neon green 4x12 cabs!!!! :eek:

Okay, but that would put the top of the head at about 71-72", easy to reach the knobs, but tough to read the labels on the controls on the top of the amp head. ;)

I know this because a full-stack idea came to my mind as well, so I did the math! :D
 
Turnabout is fair play Pete...I'm trying my best to catch up to YOUR playing ability. If I had a dollar for everyone who said that my collection is wasted on my talent....

.....I could buy another custom amp!! :D

I know how you feel, my gear collection far exceeds what my modest skill level warrants, but we need hobbies, right?
 
When it comes to amps, I prefer the tolex fronts to the flamed maple, by far. I guess I'm alone in this amongst the wood freaks who inhabit this forest!

My amp came from dealer stock with the maple front...but if I ever order a second model, it'll be None More Black. ;)
 
I know how you feel, my gear collection far exceeds what my modest skill level warrants, but we need hobbies, right?

You don't have to be a Formula One driver to own a Ferrari, either. There's no test to see who qualifies, other than whether you can pony up the cash!


Okay, but that would put the top of the head at about 71-72", easy to reach the knobs, but tough to read the labels on the controls on the top of the amp head. ;)

I know this because a full-stack idea came to my mind as well, so I did the math! :D

You know, the cool guys would simply tilt the amp on its front so they could operate the controls, and not worry about seeing the face plate, right? ;)
 
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And the vain guys would be worried about scratching the Maple Panel!! :D

Pete, the OCD guys and the cool guys belong to different clubs, get different women...

Priorities, man!

Besides, (looks around to see if anyone's watching) you could just fold up a towel and put it under the amp face plate and not tell anyone. ;)
 
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Daniel's rig is classic. I love that cab too.

Agree! I have seen that head a bunch of times, but usually on a black cab. The matching set looks GREAT! Classy...

(Nice Ted, as well! ;))
 
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