Those of you who have questions about PRS tones...

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  1. TNJ

    TNJ Gold Supporting Member

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    Check out PRS mgr. J. Hayes putting a new SCH1 through it's paces.
    I say TONE!!! (and chops) :cool:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8YoW7nIGGw

    Wow...Fender HRD, plus a couple of Barber pedals ('Special Recipe' + a Direct Drive)....plus a pair of most knowledgeable hands. :eek:

    S.
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  2. mude

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    Great stuff. Were you there for it or how do you know what pedals he was using? (Maybe you can see them in the video at some point as I was only watching half the time with it playing in the background.)

    Barber pedals have been kind of my fall back pedals for many years as I have had fun testing lots of cool stuff along the way.

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    TNJ Gold Supporting Member

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    Evan,
    I picked up the pedal info over at BAM.
    Apparently somebody over there was at the demo.
    It was in New Mexico, far from home base...not that it makes any difference to me. :D
    Anyway, is this the same guy that does the PRS website demo's?
    If so, his chops on the youtube are WAY above what he did there.

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    Wow!! Just great!! Was there some sort of harmonizer being used some of the time??

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    TNJ Gold Supporting Member

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    Not sure, Jon.
    If so, that would be even more amazing!
    If I had to guess, I'd say he had the harmonies pre-recorded with the backing track.

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