“The Kestrel sounds incredible on its own. It has a great smooth feel and very easy to play. It has many different tonal options which is a huge plus for studio.”
PRS: What inspired you to pick up the guitar, and at what age?
DR: Music has been a huge part of my life since I started playing piano at age 4. By the time I was listening to rock music, about age 9, I wanted to be a guitar and bass player. So I picked up my fathers acoustic guitar and started from there.
PRS: Why do you choose to play PRS?
DR: PRS has the best quality and best sounding equipment anyone has seen/heard. Why not always choose the best?
PRS: Studio or stage?
DR: Both. Between 200-250 live shows a year to working on new records in studio.
PRS: Who are your three biggest influences?
DR: Tim Commerford (Rage Against the Machine), Les Claypool (Primus), Victor Wooten.
PRS: What’s your dream gig?
DR: The gig that holds the world record for “most people in attendance”.