Paul Reed Smith Custom 22 Soapbar (addendum III)

April 3, 2010 at 2:17 pm Leave a comment

I’ve made two more recordings with my new PRS. One is a redo of a song previously posted called “Sally’s Midnight Blues”.  It’s recast here into the quartet format (my approach with my CD, (could be) *Live* (but isn’t), somewhat in the style of Booker T and the MGs:

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The second is the Eric Clapton’s “Layla”. I’ve always enjoyed playing this tune, so I thought I’d go ahead and try recording it. It’s also the quartet format:

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On both recordings I played the bass as well.

One of the great things I’ve learned about my PRS is that its natural sustain is so excellent that I can use less gain on the amp and still get the singing quality I’m after with this style. My Anderson Cobra doesn’t ring as well so I have to increase the gain or compression to get there.

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