Wednesday 12/19/2012 by TheEmu

PAUL LANGUEDOC, MASTER LUTHIER AND SOUND ENGINEER

Phish fan and webmaster Kevin Spence has posted an interview with Paul Languedoc on his website, careerthoughts.com. It's an interesting glimpse into Paul's work both as a soundman and a guitar craftsman.

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Comments

, comment by ledzepmaster
ledzepmaster Still saving for a G2.... saving for a mesa mkiii as well though.
, comment by Hydronaut
Hydronaut Paul's guitars are truly unbelievable, incorporating so many different elements of guitars in a way that is still full of character and 100% unique, (in my opinion) surpassing any classic design from Gibson, Fender, and PRS - and staying true to the original mindset this whole time. There is no way I can describe how much I love and appreciate the doc G2, the attention to detail, the craftsmanship, the aesthetics, the play-ability, the overall feel... the perfect electric guitar, bar none. How lucky is Trey and Phish to emerge with the doc essentially exclusive to him/them alone? Thank you, Paul for being a crucial element to what Phish is and has become.
, comment by Bilfrd
Bilfrd I always like Paul's guitars because of their quality and sounds. I am a guitar lover so i always wonder to get some different elements of guitar. I have my own collection. <a href="http://musicaladvisors.com/best-reverb-pedal/"> electric guitar</a>
, comment by Bilfrd
Bilfrd I always like Paul's guitars because of their quality and sounds. I am a guitar lover so i always wonder to get some different elements of guitar. I have my own collection. Visit my blog for collection. electric guitar
 
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