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SRV Number One Neck

Number One was SRV’s main guitar. The beat-up vintage Fender Stratocaster is often called “the most famous battered Strat in rock history”.

Jep I mean exact copy value of $ 25,000. These guys ahead of me where about a severely tinted neck is why I wondered … Ayway, which would indeed stupid sell 25,000 Guitar is barely playable … but I know these things are generally not purchased by the guitar players, but pleased t by wealthy collectors idiots let him rot in a shrine.Thor they sold “Lenny” in an auction. if I remember correctly, Eric Clapton bought. but also its disassemble, no way leave only Jimmy guitar disassembles, and without being him there and since Jimmy This step room I not believe Number 1 woman.

As I said, this video is a sham, playing off peoples emotions. but everyone can go ahead and believe what they want, free country.SRV Number One Neck is still owned by the family and is stored in a safety valve. For those curious how SRV wore as guitar. He had a low height range deep enough. He played from 1978 to 1983 most of the time 0.12 – 0.13 on E is large and sometimes up to 0.18 on the E. Charley Wirz persuaded to go to 0.11 instead of saving his fingers. Therefore 1984 & gt; he started using chain thin ties. You can confirm that by pictures vids. If you ask for something to contact me by PM.

Here’s Mike Eldred at 4:55 in the video. I not not pense that Mike Eldred allait sortir on a faux documentaire of a très élite guitare. It is too busy to low that.The each I do is completely out of the inning when they just filming above. Is it really Steveies guitar He is going to have sex w / the bed in a hotel such This wood resembles the skin of potato waste land lol. Is it so red neck or what I’m really confused is it a real video of a number or reproduction That’s crazy they rewound the strings concert in East Troy, what tribute. anyways thanks to clear some of this up. Regarding this video 

Where Is SRV Number 1 Guitar

The Stevie Ray Vaughan Signature model respectfully replicates Stevie’s favorite guitar. Pure Texas blues – Stevie style Unique features include a special.

I am a white KWS, like, killer. I tried a SRV but Where Is SRV Number 1 Guitar? … yes, better, but not the same price, but yes, the SRV is awesome. But my KWS is my fav ‘guitar.Can you compare KWS and US special luxury, I wonder if you have ever played a G & amp; L Heritage and if so, how it compares to these guitars Nice comparison . It would be great if you could do a lesson on life without you by SRV on this new strat v Be. Theres nowhere to find the good Is the song and its one of the best hitting IMO. Any chance To be more specific, when I say wood types, I mean the quality of the wood used in the body & amp American strat; neck, are far superior to those of a being Mexican. In addition, the trem.

Block, and tuners / materials on the USA model is heavier and more dense, which adds to the fullness and quality of tone. (Keep this in mind when shopping for P / UPS, etc) The construction of the guitar is also (and more important) in your decision making process! Happy Holidays all.The fender srv stratocaster decal has more grunt to it. The SRV is smoother. Again, the sound is in the ear of the you still have the old KWS microphones I am 13, I was playing a Stratocaster SRV and it is comfortable.Apperently I have great hands.VERY similar IMO. I switched to another tab and could not really make a difference. Both good! really dig your game.

Thanks for the comparison, Anthony! That’s exactly what I was looking for! I love my strat but KWS also like SRV … hope I can get a someday.Although I’m not all that taken with the looks of the KWS I thought Has sounded good. I have big hands, but unfortunately it is normal and palm fingers.Makes the 2 a little hard of an adjustment, I prefer the classic player.It 60 does not matter what you puppies put in the KWS can not touch your tone of SRV. I’m more of a fan of metal, but you must recognize Be the right tone when you hear it.Hey would you say that this guitar is the best strat you can get between 1000-2000 dollars for a fan of SRV .

Srv fender guitar

The Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster HSS is for guitarists who demand more from their electric guitar. The compound-radius fretboard encourages exhilaratingly effortless string bending anywhere along the neck. 2 new Fender N3 noiseless pickups supercharge your sound with improved Stratocaster tones while the DH-1 humbucking bridge pickup is right there when you need to take everything up to 11—all with no hum.

Reconfigured S-1 switching offers even more knockout tonal options. The all-new “passing lane” switch instantly routes your signal from any pickup position to the bridge position with the tone circuit bypassed, blasting overtones and volume straight into the Strat-osphere. Other American Deluxe features include staggered locking tuners, an LSR roller nut, 2-point synchronized American Deluxe tremolo bridge with pop-in arm, and a beveled neck heel. Fender includes a molded Fender-exclusive SKB case with glass-reinforced latches and TSA locks, cable, and strap locks with the American Deluxe Stratocaster HSS.

Fender N3 Noiseless pickups 
N3 Noiseless pickups deliver the best of yesterday and today, because they deliver landmark vintage Fender tone and response without the hum that can plague single-coil pickups. Using an improved stacked coil-coil design, N3 Noiseless pickups are specially tailored for each Stratocaster pickup position. The insulated metal core of each pickup position type differs in thickness and composition for enhanced tone, and Fender has fine-tuned the sized, shape, and wire gauge of the coils to balance the magnetic responsiveness essential to great tone. N3 pickups represent a welcome return to the warmth and clarity of alnico magnets. An Alnico 5 magnet is used in the bridge position, Alnico 2 in the middle position, and Alnico 3 for the neck position.

Stevie ray vaughan yellow

THIS IS A 5 DAY NO RESERVE AUCTION!!!!!!….this is a new custom built Stevie Ray Vaughan “YELLOW” Fender Stratocaster guitar. Body is a Fender 3 piece Alder with correct USA string spacing, thickness and contours .

Paint is yellow satin NITRO with a vintage patina and light relic finish (nicks, chips, paint fading,…). Neck is a Fender maple with rosewood slab board fingerboard and heavy relic finish. 7 1/2″ radius. Modern C neck shape. 1 11/16′ nut width and brass nut.

The pickguard is 3 ply off white. The pickup is a road worn TEX-MEX bridge with 500k pots and .047 mfd tone capacitor (sounds awesome). The tremolo is USA vintage big block with 5 springs and a heavy relic finsh. Tuners are vintage Kluson “Fender Mustang” style with cream buttons. The strings are brand new 46-10 GHS strings. Guitar weights 7lbs, 7oz. THIS GUITAR HAS BEEN COMPLETELY TESTED AND WILL BE SET UP AND READY TO PLAY, IT SOUNDS GREAT!

NO CASE BUT WILL BE PRO PACKED AND SHIPPED!. THIS IS A NORTH AMERICA ONLY AUCTION! INSURED Shipping is ONLY $30.00 in cont U.S. OR 60.00 to Canada, Hawaii and Alaska. Any questions will be answered promptly.

Number one stevie ray vaughan

One of the greatest guitarists of all time, Stevie Ray Vaughan, was and forever will be remembered for his soulful music, his revolutionary playing style and for his distinctive, beat-up Fender® Stratocaster® guitar. Affectionately known as “Number One”, this guitar in Stevie’s hands helped bring Texas blues to the forefront of popular music in the 1980s, and together, Stevie and “Number One” inspired a new generation of musicians both young and old to pick up a Stratocaster and try to recreate some of their magic.


In honor of the legendary guitarist and his guitar, the world renowned Fender Custom Shop is proud to announce that in January of 2004, it will offer a Limited Edition Stevie Ray Vaughan Tribute Model “Number One” Stratocaster Guitar. These guitars have been commissioned to the Custom Shop by the estate of Stevie Ray Vaughan, and only 100 replicas will ever be built.

Recently, a team from Fender comprised of Richard McDonald, George Blanda, and Mike Eldred visited guitarist Jimmie Vaughan in Austin, Texas, to “dissect” his brother’s guitar, and to scientifically record its every aspect—from measuring the output of each of the three single-coil pickups and the tension of their copper wire, to digitally weighing each piece of wood and hardware, to measuring the body and neck shapes and their contours, and to using calipers to measure every nick, scratch and wear mark on the guitar.

“We will be able to painstakingly reproduce ‘Number One’ in every way, shape and form,” says Eldred. “But it’s a labor of love. Just about every guitarist today has been influenced by Stevie’s playing in some way, and not only is it an honor to be a part of this project, we’re thrilled to be able to offer replicas of this historical guitar.”

Lenny stevie ray

Stevie Ray Vaughan was not yet a star on his 26th birthday, October 3, 1980, when his wife, Lenora “Lenny” Vaughan, gave him a worn 1965 Stratocaster® guitar that had recently caught his eye in an Austin, Texas, pawnshop. The couple had met a few years earlier at an east Austin nightspot where he was playing, and when she saw him again a couple years later, she was moved by his musical power onstage and his charmingly unassuming demeanor offstage. The next time they met, at a Mexican restaurant in downtown Austin, that was it. Vaughan first spotted the guitar about a year after he and Lenora were married. Originally a three-color sunburst model, it had been refurnished at some point, and now it had a dark natural finish and an elaborate design behind the bridge. At $350, he couldn’t afford it. Lenora, however, enlisted seven friends with $50 each, and bought the guitar for her husband for his birthday. That very night, as Lenora slept, Vaughan wrote a beautiful song for her, “Lenny.”

“It was beautiful,” she said. “I’ve never once in my life listened to that song without crying.” Fame beckoned. Vaughan played on David Bowie’s chart-topping 1983 comeback Let’s Dance and released the massively successful Texas Flood, the debut he’d recorded with his powerful trio, Double Trouble. He followed with the 1984 blockbuster Couldn’t Stand the Weather. Vaughan seemed to single-handedly revive blues and vault it into the spotlight.

The song “Lenny” appeared on Texas Flood and was featured regularly in concert, during which Vaughan would set aside his beloved “Number One” Stratocaster and play his “Lenny” Stratocaster. He played the Lenny Stratocaster selectively—featuring it on its namesake song, of course, and later on “Riviera Paradise” from 1989’s In Step.

By all accounts, Stevie Ray Vaughan was always friendly, warm, compassionate and comfortably self-assured. For all his utter ferocity onstage, offstage he couldn’t be any sweeter. Everybody liked him. Most loved him.

And when looking at a Stratocaster, you may be struck by the thought that no guitar is more womanly. It’s curvaceous—deliberately shaped to be held close and to respond to your hands. Maybe it’s no surprise then, to hear Lenora say that sometimes Vaughan slept at night with one arm around her and another around the guitar he named for her.

Years after Stevie Ray Vaughan’s tragic death in 1990, and at older brother Jimmie Vaughan’s behest, Lenny became the only guitar from his estate to be made available to the public. At a historic June 24, 2004, Christie’s auction in New York, Lenny sold for $623,500. A hefty figure, to be sure; but can you assign such value to the effect that Vaughan and his music had on the people in his life and on the world?

Not really. After all, the story of Stevie Ray and Lenora Vaughan; of his music and of the guitar he most affectionately nicknamed for her is, first and foremost, a love story.

Fender strat srv

  • New Bent Steel Saddles with Elongated String Slots
  • Copper Infused High Mass 100% Metal Bridge Block
  • Thinner Undercoat Finish for Improved Body Resonance
  • Bi-Flex Truss Rod System
  • 4-Bolt Neck Attachment with Micro-Tilt Adjustment

Purchase includes Gear Guardian extended warranty that covers manufacturer’s defects for one full year after manufacturer’s warranty has expired. Defective products will be repaired, replaced, or substituted with a comparable product without charge.

Among the new American Standard Stratocaster guitars, the HSS model is the hot rod of the bunch, with more output and warmth from its Tex Mex single-coil pickups and Diamondback humbucking pickup. The S-1 switch is removed to keep it simple, but don’t worry – we kept key features such as the hand-rolled fingerboard edges and staggered tuning machines, and we added several new features, including an improved bridge with bent-steel saddles and a copper-infused high-mass block for increased resonance and sustain. Other features include tinted neck, high-gloss maple or rosewood fingerboard, satin-finished neck back, thinner finish undercoat that lets the body breathe and improves resonance, and Fender-exclusive SKB molded case.

Srv stickers

These stickers are the real deal, just like the stickers Stevie used on his guitar – not a reproduction! These stickers feature the printed black drop shadow just like the ones Stevie used..


The photo shows the black shadow on the R and V have worn off from Stevie’s picking and the holographic pattern underneath is starting to show through. 
Don’t waste your money on a reproduction as seen in E-Bay auctions. I’ve sampled them and they are not the right size

Blues stevie ray vaughan

  • Dreadnought-cutaway model
  • Quilted maple top
  • Laminated mahogany back
  • Includes Fender FTE-3TN preamp with tuner
  • D’Addario EXP-26 Phosphor Bronze Strings

The T-Bucket 300 CE is a dreadnought-cutaway model with a laminated quilt maple or flame maple top, laminated mahogany back and sides, a gorgeous series of gloss polyurethane finishes, ivory neck and body binding, a Vince Ray “F” inlay and pinstriping motif at the 12th fret and an inlaid pinstriping motif on the headstock and rosette. Other features include scalloped bracing, 20-fret rosewood fingerboard and a rosewood bridge with compensated saddle, a Fender FTE-3TN preamp with tuner and die-cast chrome tuners. Pick up, plug in and rock the house!

Stevie ray vaughan signature guitar

Hal Leonard’s Signature Licks by Wolf Marshall explores the music that established Stevie Ray Vaughan as the guitar champion of the modern blues age with this step-by-step breakdown of his guitar style and playing technique. Learn to play the SRV’s guitar licks in “Couldn’t Stand the Weather,” “Crossfire,” “Little Wing,” “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” “Texas Flood,” “Voodoo Chile,” and more. Guitar tab. 80 pages.


  • Guitar tab songlist:
  • Change It
  • Couldn’t Stand The Weather
  • Crossfire
  • Gone Home
  • Little Wing
  • Mary Had A Little Lamb
  • Say What
  • Tell Me
  • Texas Flood
  • Tightrope
  • Tin Pan Alley