#1
Apparently so.


The company said the added space will also allow it to expand to different product lines, including acoustic guitars and amplifiers.

http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/bal-bz.paulreed21aug21,0,5614320.story

Also, it seems Derek Trucks has started using them.
#4
If they are good amps, then thats great
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#5
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If they are good amps, then thats great

Well, if you've heard of Derek Trucks, you know he has tone for days. Go figure.
#6
Well PRS are very high quality and I really like Paul. He's a great inventor and finds great sullotions for things. If his amps are as good as his guitars are, things will be great!
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#7
Hope they don't aspire to be the next MG.
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#8
In before $5999 US DOLLARS.

But seriously, I'm expecting these are going to be expensive as hell.
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#9
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In before $5999 US DOLLARS.

But seriously, I'm expecting these are going to be expensive as hell.

That wouldn't even be a competitive price with all the boutique stuff around.


Half that, maybe.
#11
Since their guitars have been described as a medium between Fender and Gibson, maybe their amps will be a medium between Mesa and Marshall?
#14
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i am so applying for a job working on amps.

Doit.


Hook me up wit teh mapz.
#16
Yay!
Too bad i'm not in the market for an amp
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#17
If PRS was making the amps to their standards then will be pretty good. But they will could just outsource to another company and put PRS name on em so could be good could just be MGs.
#18
PRS have already had an amp on the market years ago but discontinued it. it was called the HG-70.
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#19
PRS did make some amps a while ago called the Harmonic Generator series. They were very nice higher end SS amps, I hope they bring them back.
#20
Nice. I look forward to hearing these, PRS is nice stuff.

I'm way more concerned about this, though:
The company said the added space will also allow it to expand to different product lines, including acoustic guitars and amplifiers. It will also be able to begin selling guitars at a wider price range, including some that are more affordable for the average person. Prices currently range from $450 to $20,000.

Fuck yes.
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#21
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Doit.


Hook me up wit teh mapz.


How are maps gunna be beneficial to guitars?

And it's pretty cool they are making amps. Actually, I think you can see prototypes in some of their vids on youtube with Mike Ault (not sure if that's the guy, but I think so). There's a few amps behind paul and mike that have PRS on them, so maybe they're the prototypes???
#22
^Could also be some HGs they have sitting around.
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