Who uses black Strat?

Who uses black Strat?

Gilmour primarily used The Black Strat for his visceral guitar solos, rhythm parts and fills on the album, notably including his astounding solo on Time, and two of the three solos on Money.

What year Stratocaster was Blackie?

In 2004, when Eric Clapton’s coveted black Fender Stratocaster, “Blackie,” sold at Christies at a then-record-breaking price of $959,500, the guitar world was astounded. That Strat was Clapton’s favorite “sidekick” for more than 15 years and was adored—and heard—by guitar fans around the world.

What type of Strat does David Gilmour use?

The Black Strat is the nickname for a black Fender Stratocaster guitar played by David Gilmour of the progressive rock band Pink Floyd….The Black Strat.

Fender Stratocaster “David Gilmour”
Neck Maple
Fretboard Maple
Bridge Standard Fender Synchronized

Why do some Strats have 2 string trees?

String trees are tiny and often go unnoticed, but they play a vital role on flat, Fender-style headstocks. Also called string retainers or guides, they secure the first two (or sometimes four) strings between the nut and tuners. This downward pressure also ensures that a string will sustain properly when played open.

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