Heres a pic I haven't seen before.
I saw Bruce on Saturday at his book show in Bergen. He talked about this guitar.
He mentioned was blue - I had previously thought it was brown or burl topped. :D
He also said he smashed it in Rio, on the sound desk at the side of the stage, because the sound...
It's a reasonable guess, but I don't think they normally do such straight strat copy bodies, and I also don't think it's the usual Musicman headstock.
Also, musicman normally have a 4x2 arrwbgement for the tuners, not 3 aside.
Can anyone tell me what guitar this is please?
Saw Roy Z playing it with Bruce on the Sao Paulo footage, on the song The Tower.
Initially, the headstock wasn't visible and I assumed it was a charvel, but I can see it's clearly not....
Any ideas, guys?
Which photo was that, I think I know which one you mean, but not sure.
This is really interesting about Steve's basses - his other precisions have been confusing me a bit - he usef to keep saying he only had one :bigsmile:
Also don't think I've seen that pic of Eddie/ Rod playing a bass.
Came across another interesting pic.
Steve with a white precision. This can't be the famous blue one, because didn't it start out white and was already black before the first album and blue before NoB?
I've heard about Kahler bridges (got the impression they were popular in the 80's) but never actually encountered one before.
Floyds I am familiar with.
The wood chopping I was referring to was for the Kahler bridge itself.
Did not know that was standard on Kahler trems, just thought it was odd :)
Presumably they had to chop out (and then replace) some wood for that? I believe that's what happened to David Gilmour's strat a couple of years earlier cos he tried Kahler too briefly.