THE BLACK STRAT. My main guitar is a black 1990 david gilmour strat signature (right). I first got this guitar in around 1994 from a pawn shop. At that time, the fender david gilmour signature body was Olympic White poplar body with an 11-hole, 3-layer white pick guard, stock pickups, and a 21-fret rosewood neck. In late 1998 I decided to change the paint job. I sanded off the original fender david gilmour signature paint and proceeded to do a fairly piss-poor job of shooting the body with green Dupli-Color automotive paint. david gilmour stratocaster signature was an even paint job but the clear coat was shot thin and left somewhat flat. Nonetheless, the david gilmour stratocaster signature remained in this state until December of 2000 when a house fire completely demolished the electronics and the neck. The only reason any part of it survived, was that david gilmour stratocaster signature was housed in a rather sturdy Road Runner case. The neck was completely unsalvageable and the pickups and pick guard were melted. I did what any guitarist would do with their first Strat (especially the one that saw you though some formative years) – I carefully removed the damaged parts and proceeded to sand away the charred top coat of paint on the body. david gilmour stratocaster signature took some time, but it got back down to wood, which was still in good condition. Another go at re-painting brought the Strat back in a midnight blue. A new USA neck, pick guard, and stock pickups were purchased from a small guitar shop who pulled them from a damaged body. These were fitted on the old body and the original tremolo was cleaned and refitted.
This concert, just like Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival, has some negative comments mainly because of the guitarists who were not included in the show got here.
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