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Pink Floyd - The Black Strat: A History of David Gilmour's Black Fender Stratocaster - Revised and Updated 3rd Edition
     

Pink Floyd - The Black Strat: A History of David Gilmour's Black Fender Stratocaster - Revised and Updated 3rd Edition

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by Phil Taylor
 
(Book). Catch a rare inside glimpse of one of the world's most revered guitarists, David Gilmour, and his iconic Black Stratocaster. Written by David's personal guitar technician and the band's chief backline tech since 1974 the only man to know Pink Floyd's equipment better than the band this expanded edition contains new information as well as many unpublished

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(Book). Catch a rare inside glimpse of one of the world's most revered guitarists, David Gilmour, and his iconic Black Stratocaster. Written by David's personal guitar technician and the band's chief backline tech since 1974 the only man to know Pink Floyd's equipment better than the band this expanded edition contains new information as well as many unpublished photographs, recently come to light, that further chart the Black Strat's illustrious history. Amending and elaborating on the previous edition, it also continues the story where the last one left off with all the latest live appearances, information, and photographs including David testing the Fender Black Strat replica models; performances with David Bowie, Jeff Beck, and others; and much more.

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ISBN-13:
9781423492702
Publisher:
Hal Leonard Corporation
Publication date:
09/01/2010
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 10.50(h) x 0.80(d)

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Pink Floyd - The Black Strat: A History of David Gilmour's Black Fender Stratocaster - Revised and Updated 3rd Edition 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
pedalman More than 1 year ago
Yes, this book is about the famous Black Strat of David Gilmour, but it is much more than a guitar book. Gilmour himself said it was "daft" to write a book about a a stock guitar he bought at Mannie's (NYC), but Phil Taylor his tech perservered to pull it all together. Of course it is the classic (and constantly updated, 3rd ed) reference on the life of an instrument and how it is a living thing that is always evolving as the the musical expression changes. For the interested audience, it is more importantly a history of the performances and music that makes Pink Floyd one of the most important bands to this day. A good read that deserves a broader readership.