I guess my timing for this post is good! I wanted a few shows to get underway with Dead & Co before documenting some of the gear that I've seen through YouTube and Instagram posts. Also PRS Experience is under way and some attendees noticed a "new" line of PRS models that resemble the PRS Super Eagle I & II.
First, Dead & Company gear. Still waiting on better pedal board pics but John paired down the pedals to the essentials for D&C tones. No more huge MIDI controller.
2x PRS JMOD Amps
2x PRS JMOD 2x12 Cabinets
2x PRS JMOD Amps
1x PRS JMOD 2x12 cabinet
1x Alessandro 2x12 open back cabinet
1x Fender Deluxe Reverb
Camden 6-2-18 -> Onward
3x Fender Deluxe Reverb
at least two of the Fender Deluxe Reverbs ('65) have JBL D120's and were serviced by Alessandro.
John has been using his solid body (maybe chambered?) PRS Super Eagle I and his silver PRS 594. Interesting news about the 594 is that it is a modified 594 likely with the JM 58/15s according to Shawn @ PRS.
New PRS model that looks like similar features as a Super Eagle?
I'm going to keep this light here because there isn't a lot of information available at this point but it looks like PRS is releasing a new model that includes a narrow field middle humbucker with split coil capabilities like the PRS Super Eagle I and II.
EDIT 6-11-18: PRS announced this guitar as a 22 fret, limited run special edition. Available to purchase through August. Seems like a great guitar and I would absolutely love to own a PRS in Trampas Green that is or shares a lot of features as the Super Eagle (scale length more importantly). I'm not in a position to purchase a new guitar but I think I'll wait until a closer Super Eagle I or II comes out.
Going to Dead & Company again in Hartford, Connecticut (June 13th!)
I'll be attending the Dead & Company show in Hartford. CT on June 13th. I am so happy I verified as a fan and scored pit tickets! Yay! If you are there and see me with my signature yellow Jeep hat like this, stop and say hi!