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Craig Evans Offline

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Posted: Oct. 20 2013, 17:39

What brand of electric guitar did Rick Fenn play for this concert?  I originally thought it might have been an early PRS guitar but then I read that PRS did not begin making electric guitars until 1985.

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emac Offline

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Posted: Oct. 21 2013, 06:36

Its a Washburn Eagle!

Well made and rather heavy...

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Posted: Oct. 21 2013, 11:31

I think it's actually the related a Washburn Falcon, isn't it? Either way, it's one of the Wing Series. :)

Paul Reed Smith himself has been selling his guitars since the 70s, so there are 'PRS' guitars around from before 1985. That was, however, the year that the PRS company was founded and the guitars went into (small scale) serial production. Carlos Santana is a famous example of a pre-production PRS user.
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