special exhibition explores the people and places that put Texas music on the map.” Stevie Ray Vaughan’s famous ‘Number One’ Stratocaster will be on display.
# 1 is actually a ’63 strat neck w 1 December ’62. The pickups are ’59s. Lenny is a ’65 sunburst strat origin before removed and covered w brown satin. Red is a stock ’62 acquired at the end of ’83. Started black (or sunburst) and painted at the factory perhaps, but the red before Stevie got. The left neck was a non-Fender neck. Scotch was a stock ’61 Strat wait for pickguart René did. There was no neck left installed on ’86 -’88 89. Scotch in Possibly.According his guitar tech Rene Martinez, # 1 is a 62 body and neck, stevie called a 59 because that it was handwritten on the back of pickups.
Yellow was recovered in the course of the late eighties and is now in the Las Vegas Hard Rock Cafe.Butter (age unknown) was dug strat heard on Honey Bee and Collins Shuffle. Charley painted yellow, set one DiMarzio pickup and she gave Stevie in ’81. 87. flew very interesting guitar. Other notables: a ’58 Gibson ES-335, a Gibson Johnny Smith model used for acoustic Swang, Guild 12string Stang, ’51 Fender Broadcaster Jimbo the 1928 National Steel resonator, Gibson Messenger, some vinyl records, Epiphone Riviera, Flying V medallion, a Firebird, and more.
Nice video but at 0:53 he says tobacco sunburst, but the number of srv tone sunburst one was a 3 guitar you labeld as MAIN is like a big tobacco sunburst vid other wise 5/5 and faved! I have a replica of Charley. The only difference is mine has RFS tube mics instead of Danelectros. There are corrections, I want to fight some guitars, but I do not want to invade or sounds like a moron. I know the real story behind some if not all guitars. You should make another vid on his amps.Hey guy id be happy to hear it! I did not personally write all this, I’ve had another site. Lol yeah but I could make one on his SRV Fender Amp Settings so thank you for the idea! I think I’ll get a good start on this weekend!