Stevie Ray Vaughan picked that National off its stand, dropped to one knee to check the tuning and … Stevie’s Fender (Number One) resting on the studio couch.
You know even less about how youtube works about SRV. If you email notifications configured, emails you when someone responds to your comments. I e-mail containing the original version of your answer, you said that EVH played “Kramer not a strat”, revealing a world of ignorance in just four words, but by the time I’m on youtube for you ridicule, you had deleted the comment and replaced it with the same part without Kramer. You really lie lot.The one question I have is what was the purpose of the review of the guitar This meeting took place in 2003 and the Fender Custom Shop has produced nothing of this in terms of reply.
I know they have a replica of the red / maple neck “Lenny” Stratocaster because there is a translucent paper behind glass at a local Guitar Center here in Beaverton Oregon.Lenny was the strat with the maple neck, and refurbished mahogany body with carved on top of it (under the bridge) logo. The neck came from Billy Gibbons. It was a ’57 Strat neck on the body of a 60. The SRV Fender Kaufen Guitar came from a pawn shop. His wife at the time (Lenny) bought for him with a couple of friends who bring enough money to buy for his birthday. The number one guitar was so named because it was his number one guitar!
The wear and tear man! taking over the world for years done a! Well, this is awesome, you have the video of him playing two months after his death. I think that says everything about you. Everyone knows the number 1 is a 1963 srv mistakenly thought was a 1959. Why you delete your comments on the EVH guitar is “not a Kramer strat” that shit was hilarious. So much ignorance revealed so little instrument words.This burned its way into my soul. I’ll never play, but it is his will in my heart until I die. SRV … man !! Awesome version of Lenny too.