David Gilmour White Strat

The guitar can be dated to 1966-’67 when the first large headstock models appeared, but before the bullet truss rod. It has a Olympic white body with a white pickguard and rosewood neck. The pickups were stock Fender late 60’s. Unfortunatley the guitar got stolen along with the band’s equipment in May 1970.

Second white Stratocaster
Pink Floyd played at the St Tropez Music Festival in France, August 8. 1970, and David is seen with an second white Strat with a rosewood neck and the pickup covers were removed. This is the only known performance of this guitar and probably one of the very first modifications David did.

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