PRS Family Photos thread

Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by HANGAR18, Oct 26, 2014.

  1. sergiodeblanc

    sergiodeblanc Get in, loser, we’re going shopping.

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  2. ViperDoc

    ViperDoc Plugged In.

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    59/09 in that McCarty?
     
  3. dmatthews

    dmatthews Dave's not here...

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    Need a new group shot with the P22...


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  4. Atomic

    Atomic Who Dat

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    58/15
     
  6. Tosca

    Tosca Death by a million mini-toggles...

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    Testing if I can post pics now with a partial family pic....

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    Did it work?
     
  7. alantig

    alantig SSBMA

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    Oh yeah - that definitely works for me!



    Picture came through, too. ;)
     
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  8. dmatthews

    dmatthews Dave's not here...

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    Nice grouping!!!
     
  9. JonW

    JonW ...as seen in the PRS company magazine

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    Artsy! Great collection, especially the 594 DC, Super Eagle and HB in the middle. :cool:
     
  10. goat-n-gitter

    goat-n-gitter Dismembered

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    Lots of changes in my studio/jam room/gear collection of late. Added my violet CU24 piezo, sold lots of old FX, guitars, etc.

    Here are the PRS siblings:

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    Here they are with the extended family (photo replaced to show newly added sound foam):

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    Here's a shot of the whole room including drum and bass world (this room doubles as the home theater, the sofa faces my big screen):

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    Lastly, here is my control room looking out:

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    I need to order some 1' studio foam squares to mount around the hanging guitars, I had to take several old large panels down that were deteriorating, but that made room to hang guitars!
     
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  11. shinksma

    shinksma What? I get a title?

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    That is a very nice room set up you have there! My HT room doubles as a music room too, but it is so crammed full of both I think I need to re-organize. And there are no guitars hanging on my HT/Music room walls - they are in the hallway outside.
     
  12. WeFixFlats

    WeFixFlats Respect The Clave

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    McCarty 2016(NOS) 58/15s...DGT 2011(NOS)...Santana 2012(used-dead mint)...Ted SC245 2010 57/08s(used;9.5)

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  13. ArnaudS1979

    ArnaudS1979 New Member

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    Hey guys, I have just joined the family with a modest SE. Correct me if I am wrong but it looks like a few people around here have large collections of PRSs. Is it something like, once you got one, you needed more and other guitar brands faded in the background? I have only been around the forum for a couple of days but I have this feeling that there is something special going on with PRS. I am not making a good job putting into words but hopefully someone will be able to chime in to tell me more about what looks like the 'PRS dream'.

    Don't get me wrong, I am loving my Custom 24 but I can't help but think that I am under the spell of the new piece of gear.
     
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  14. Tucson Thump

    Tucson Thump Mint Heavy Relic

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    Dr. Watson, I see a pattern here .....
     
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  15. fender1punk

    fender1punk Certified Guitar Hoarder

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    Welcome and all I can say is, goodbye to other guitars. PRS will take over your collection. I used to be a huge Fender guy, until I bought an SE, then another, then a Core, an S2... there's no end in sight. It's not a bad thing, just accept it. :D
     
  16. goat-n-gitter

    goat-n-gitter Dismembered

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    Yep, 2 Fenders, 3 Gibsons, 3 Ibanez, A Parker and an Epiphone have bit the dust from my collection since I got my first PRS. They are addictive.
     
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  17. dogrocketp

    dogrocketp I drank the PRS kool aid, and it was tasty!

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    I spent about 25 years playing Gibsons. When I got my first PRS, I realized that this could help me make the sounds I had been chasing in my head. They also played in tune, which I had given up on ever finding. To put the cherry on the Sundae, even the SE`s look better to me than the expensive guitars other companies make. You will see, when you recover from the new piece of kit infatuation.
     
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  18. shinksma

    shinksma What? I get a title?

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    Like the others that have chimed in, I will pile on:

    Yes, PRS guitars are very addictive, because you realize they offer up so many tonal and visual variation, and are so nice to play.

    I still have all my non-PRS guitars, but I very rarely play them - I have to make an effort to say to myself something like "let's pick up the telecaster and see what I can do". And then I put it down after a while, pick up a PRS like the Vela, and say to myself "yep, the PRS is just better somehow".
     
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  19. ArnaudS1979

    ArnaudS1979 New Member

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    I can definitely relate to that so far...
     
  20. Cocorosa

    Cocorosa New Member

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    I am starting to experience this, with some surprise. Will you sell your non-PRS guitars or keep them 'just in case'?
     

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