Video Axes of choice for Hendrix, Clapton, and Gilmour these vintage rarities are the ultimate rock star guitars.
The Pink Floyd legend also revealed that "the electric guitar I'm currently playing is not as 'rock god' as one might expect."
Gilmour recently added electric and acoustic guitar to a previously unreleased 1968 Green demo of the song.
The Pink Floyd legend took up lap-steel duties for his interpretation of the chart-topping 1968 instrumental.
Nashville tuning provides the high chime on the Rolling Stones’ “Wild Horses,” Rush’s “Natural Science,” and Pink Floyd’s “Hey You.”
Featuring Mick Fleetwood, Kirk Hammett, Billy Gibbons, David Gilmour, Pete Townshend, and many more, the concert took place at the London Palladium last February.
Available in 6- and 12-string versions, the acoustic is based partially on Gilmour's legendary 1969 D-35, with a number of unique appointments.
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