Time to Talk PRS: New Niche Guitar Community Bringing Axe Aficionados Closer

As a close-knit online community for PRS guitar owner, collectors and enthusiasts, the PRStalk.com community attracts lively activity ranging from advice and information sharing to the uploading photos and videos of new and used Paul Reed Smith guitars.

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Seeing well-seasoned PRS guitarists sharing their knowledge and young aspiring axemen soaking it in with all their youthful enthusiasm definitely put a smile on out faces, because that's exactly what a guitar community is all about.

Garfield, NJ (PRWEB) September 18, 2013

PRS guitar owners and aficionados officially have a new home as PRStalk.com, a niche guitar community revolving around Paul Reed Smith guitars, saw its launch earlier this month. Ever since the kickoff, website drew just the right kind of enthusiasts to its threads, supplying high-quality content and useful PRS jive.

Joining the community comes free of charge and requires nothing more than guitar ardor. The website is divided into multiple categories, allowing users to take up a wide array of topics ranging anywhere from general discussion to minute PRS specifications and tone adjustments.

"The sole purpose of PRS Talk is simply bringing the right crowd to the right place," website founder Alex Chu stated. "Seeing well-seasoned PRS guitarists sharing their knowledge and young aspiring axemen soaking it in with all their youthful enthusiasm definitely put a smile on out faces, because that's exactly what a guitar community is all about."

As Chu also pointed out, PRS Talk is ad-free, allowing users to delve into the guitar domain with zero distractions. The website's simple, yet slick design is another clear indication of content being the top priority - no tricks, no pop-ups, it's all about the way of the axe.

"No matter which style you prefer, our community is as versatile as PRS itself, so if you consider yourself a guitar devotee, by all means feel free to give PRS Talk a go,” Alex added. “We can guarantee that not only will you learn something new and improve your guitar knowledge, but also keep that axeman flame alive and flickering."

PRS guitars began manufacturing guitars back in mid-'80s and currently garners a set of artists from almost every genre, including the likes of legendary Carlos Santana, John McLaughlin, John Mayer and Mikael Akerfeldt of Opeth. The skills of PRS family are globally-renowned, as even jazz icon Al Di Meola stressed that "it's like they were in my head when they designed the Custom 24. It’s everything I've ever wanted out of a guitar."

With thousands of satisfied guitarists and even more fans yearning for PRS strumming-developed sound, the company earned itself a massive following, so the emergence of PRS Talk shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. However, gathering up a community is never an easy task, especially in the days of social networks we live in. Therefore, PRS Talk’s initial success comes as a clear indication that we still need niche online circles and forums to share our musical passion.

PRS Talk registration comes with a simple set of standard steps and user guidelines. Requiring only an email address, the procedure takes little more that a few clicks. The community also features an introduction board, allowing newbies to present themselves and easily fit in.

So if PRS happens to be your axe of choice, head over to PRSTalk.com and show off your guitar lingo!

For more information, visit: http://www.prstalk.com/forums.

About Alex Chu:
Alex Chu is passionate about music, guitars and bringing the world’s greatest like-thinking minds together. In fact, since the year 2000, Chu has founded and continues to manage numerous online guitar communities that are now global authorities in their respective fields.


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