David Gilmour Fender Amp

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David Jon Gilmour was 6 M Rz born in 1946 in Cambridge, England. His father, Douglas Gilmour, a master eventually became professor of zoology at the University of Cambridge, and his mother, Sylvia (née Wilson), was a teacher and editor then worked for the BBC. At the time of the birth of Gilmour they lived in Trumpington, Cambridgeshire, but in 1956, after several moves The couple moved his family to Grantchester Meadows.

Gilmour parents encouraged him to pursue his interest in music, and in 1954 he bought his first single “Rock Around the Clock Bill Haley. His passion for music was stirred Year Next by Elvis Presley” Heartbreak H ” sp ter “Bye Bye Love” awakened by the Everly Brothers his interest in the guitar. Then he lent his N next, but never on it. Soon after, he began to teach him to play with a book and record set by Pete Seeger. [9] With 11 Gilmour began to school on Persia Hills Road, Cambridge, where to visit it not “.W While it age, he met future Pink Floyd guitarist Syd Barrett and bassist Roger Waters, who attended Cambridgeshire High School for Boys, which was also on Hills Road. 

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