David Gilmour Number One Strat

Although David Gilmour Number One Strat  was not his alone (He also used his Strat Red Strat 0001), his black Strat was definitely the most love and affection of David and today he is still the front l Uft instrument. In 1970, after his guitar stolen Gilmour went and took another Strat much like the one he had bought a few weeks before the incident and wrapped with a 69er & Nbsp; Stratocaster, which initially Grows was a sunburst finish, but was Ft in a black finish with the Musikgesch, where the guitar was bought repainted. Black Strat David made his way onto the stage with Pink Floyd at the Bath Festival in 1970 and quickly became the backbone of his outstanding and distinctive Pink Floyd, far th of a series of gr Floyd albums confinement Lich of pre-Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals and wall.

Although Gilmour Black Strat has many Ver Changes over the years endured (alternating between microphones, updating equipment, switching between the neck, rosewood and maple, and for a very short period XLR connector even for hum canceling when used High-gain fuzz) installed its end though, David decided with the original neck and middle pickups stick with an increase in the production Seymour Duncan deck. This Strat is with pride at the Hard Rock Cafe in Dallas for almost 20 years until 2005, when Gilmour  HLTE his old friend back to his reunion tour with Pink Floyd and his solo tour & Nbsp; On a He, a year later Ter. Thanks for the close cooperation between Gilmour and his guitar tech Phil Taylor, have professional guitar maker Fender Custom Shop was in a perfect way the most memorable Gilmour instrument in every detail Signature on the David Gilmour Stratocaster with NOS– instantly recognizable voice, the look and feel the coveted black Strat.

Like the original, the alder body with a black coating NOS (New Old Stock) is closed under which this black Strat look like a brand new guitar, the fa What he did when it bought the air Gilmour over 40 years ago. Although David alternated back and fourth between rosewood and maple keys neck on the signature Stratocaster David Gilmour reflects the change in the current Ver neck early 80s (which is still laid on the guitar today); Maple neck one-piece from a tapered profile 83 Thin shoulder “C”, carved is home to 21 vintage-style frets and black dot inlays. 

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