Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Fender Strat “Number One&#. Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Fender Strat “Number One”.
It was ’85 when I went on tour with Stevie Ray Vaughan. It was in March 1985 when I joined him. He asked me to go out and visit the studio of the srv guitar giveaway when he was recording an album at the time called soul to soul, and he invited me to the meeting and had asked me then if I would be interested or not thought out on the road. “What is it” I asked him, because my ignorance. He asked me: Do you want to go out and work with me “And I said I should think we talked about the money and I told him:. Well, I still think about it do . ”
And I recalled a few days later and I refused. I said “I can not. I have a repair shop, I have loads of customers.” And he said, “If you change your mind, if you pla t do.” And to make a long story short, I did and I thought I’d just give it 6 months to a one-year trial as I said earlier.So is how it happened, and I became her boyfriend, only to do one thing. He wanted me to come, to keep his guitars and set them. He just loved the fa I tuned guitars and that was my only job it was.
I did not set up the equipment, I did not take equipment apart. All I did was show, get guitars, restring, tune them, made sure that things are in place and properly maintained. And that was all. It was all my work. That’s all he wanted me for. And as time stepped forward to have the guy on the srv guitar licks videos guitar that was all set up and liquidated everything to quit, and then I took his place because we needed someone to do it. I’m trying to create and edit them never since.Then I began my quest to find out how everyone did what they did. I learned guitar cables, a short circuit in traffic, I learned about tubes and vans.