Hoy el tema es simple, hablaremos de la guitarra mas famosa de Stevie Ray Vaughan la “Number One”, instrumento que Vaughan adquiere.
A number of Stevie is finished in sunburst and it is original neck thickness profile has a D-shaped with 1-5 / 8 “(41mm) nut width. The radius of touch was the original 7.25 “but ultimately came down to 10”. This was a result of many jobs done by René refret Martinez, who mostly used Dunlop 6100 fretwire. The doll was equipped Elite Fender Schaller gold pegs tuner . neck eventually became irreparable, including René if he had put his neck red 1962 Stratocaster Stevie on it. Unfortunately, this neck was broken into pieces during a show in Holmdell, New Jersey, when a piece of stage equipment fell on several guitars Stevie.
After that, the SRV Fender Twin Guitar number one was a new Fender neck after Stevie died, when the number one original neck was reinstalled on it.Number One is currently in possession of Jimmie Vaughan, brother of Stevie, but there are rumors that Number One was buried with Stevie in Dallas – which is unlikely.In 1992 Fender Stratocaster signature has published a Stevie Ray Vaughan, the number of the guitar was previously owned by Vince Martell, guitarist Vanilla Fudge, who sold it to Charley Wirz of Charley Guitar Shop in Dallas. The previous owner had dug the body up to four humbuckers but Wirz removed those and installed a new pickguard in which he placed a Fender single coil pickups in the neck position.
He also painted all the yellow body and tremolo system installed Charvel brass. Charley then gave the guitar to Stevie in early 1981, which added SRV stickers where both pickups are usually placed just below the strings. It was supposedly the guitar Stevie played on the album “Honey Bee” and “Tell Me” versions, and live DVD “Live at Montreux” for the last song of the series – “Collins Shuffle.”. Yellow was eventually stolen in 1985 at the Albany International Airport in New York, and never recovered