Pink Floyd: The Black Strat, a History of David Gilmour's

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Pink Floyd: The Black Strat, a History of David Gilmour's

Postby SPeter » 28 Dec 2010, 22:28

Pink Floyd: The Black Strat, a History of David Gilmour's Black Fender Stratocaster!

" The Black Strat book is the first and only accurate and knowledgeable account of David Gilmour's favorite Stratocaster guitar. Written by Phil Taylor - David's personal guitar technician since 1974 - to coincide with the release of the long awaited and much requested Fender 'David Gilmour Signature Strat': an instrument replicating the look, set-up, sound and feel of David's famous black guitar as it is today. The chronological story begins with David Gilmour joining Pink Floyd in early 1968, his guitar at that time, his subsequent instruments leading to the purchase of the Black Strat in 1970, and the other guitars that have come and gone. The book details all of the changes and modifications made to the Black Strat, its use on Pink Floyd tours and iconic albums, David's solo projects, and various guest appearances throughout the years. "

Enjoy!

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Re: Pink Floyd: The Black Strat, a History of David Gilmour'

Postby Duckman » 28 Dec 2010, 23:08

Thanks! Gilmoure is always interesting to me. :thumbsup
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Re: Pink Floyd: The Black Strat, a History of David Gilmour'

Postby Duckman » 29 Dec 2010, 00:52

So amazing pictures!!! :shock:
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Re: Pink Floyd: The Black Strat, a History of David Gilmour'

Postby GuitarlCarl » 09 Jan 2011, 04:38

Awesome! So glad I saw this here. No real info on his pedals, but I'm a guitarist first anyway... I have the pdf but I think this one worth buying. Thanx again. :applause:
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Re: Pink Floyd: The Black Strat, a History of David Gilmour'

Postby jstbrowsin » 09 Jan 2011, 06:14

And again thanks to Sir Peter :applause:
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