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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Going Modal, Oct 29, 2020.
Whatever you do, don't make him break 1M views, or Paul's gonna have to sign the headstock...
Saw it in my You Tube feed. Haven't watched it yet. Gonna have to now!
Ok, that's bada$$!!!!!!!!!!!
That’s really cool.
I would have to tap into my long-lost violin skills and techniques for this one. That’s the type of vibrato you need for this. Kind of like a circular movement.
Those faux-slide sounds are just fantastic.
Cool! When I read the title, I thought maybe it was fretted for three strings, and three were fretless. The way it was actually done makes much more sense.
Love this! I'm intrigued by fretless guitars, but I feel like I need to have at least a quarter of the skill of Guthrie Govan to make it work. And I don't.
I kind of want one.
Really cool that he composed something to show off the guitar.
I've never played a stringed instrument without frets...of any kind...but now I want to?
The way Paul interacts with people in moments like these is one of the reasons that makes me happy to be able to own a PRS while the brand's founder is alive, healthy and creative.
You should. It’s very cool, but not for sloppy fingers.
I wish you would!
I dig it!
He said slide sound, but I heard Jeff Beck.
That was a ton of fun. Sort of a Steve Vai vibe.
I'm a way too sloppy player for that
but I still like the idea a whole lot.
I always wanted a half-fretless bass guitar, but never though of a half-fretless guitar.
You know, I'm surprised nobody has made reference yet to the Scott Ian anti-noodling-guitar-solo guitar:
Yes, this. PRSh comes across in every single interaction as an honestly nice, creative, strong-willed, fun guy. My wife and I met him at Experience 2018, and she was blown away by his "presence" and friendly demeanor. He is one of those people that commands a room by just entering it, but is not a jerk about it.