In order to be heard at normal performance volumes — unlike an acoustic guitar — an electric guitar must have external amplification and transform its strings’ vibration into electrical signals using one or more pickups. An amplifier can then be used to amplify the signal, which is typically required to generate sound through loudspeakers. There are many different types of electric guitars, each with its own distinct sound and style.
In a career spanning more than five decades — as guitarist, singer and songwriter of Pink Floyd, and in his solo recordings and collaborations with other artists — David Gilmour has created a body of work that cements his legacy as one of the most influential rock musicians of all time. If you’ve ever wondered what it might be like to play one of Gilmour’s guitars, wonder no longer. Christie’s is preparing to bring to auction highlights from David Gilmour’s personal guitar collection on June 20th, 2019 in New York. Comprising more than 120 guitars, Gilmour’s collection focuses on a selection of his preferred Fender models including Broadcasters, Esquires, Telecasters and Stratocasters, led by a guitar as iconic and recognizable as the historic performances for which it was used – the 1969 Black Stratocaster (estimate: $100,000-150,000). Continue reading David Gilmour’s Guitar Collection Going Up For Auction at Christie’s!
Attention all NYC selfie takers: Davidoff of Geneva — makers of fine tobacco products and accessories — wants you to take one more for a chance to win the entire Fender window display on view now at Davidoff’s Midtown Manhattan location. All you need to do is take a selfie in front of any Davidoff of Geneva store, post the pic on Twitter or Instagram, and tag it with #FenderatDavidoff for a chance to win the entire Madison Avenue window display contents, which includes a Fender Stratocaster Guitar, Fender by S.T. Dupont product, and giant cut outs. Approximate retail value of this prize is $4,900!
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The Worleygig is proud to announce a Pink Thing that is not only awesomely pink but also benefits a very worthwhile cause. The Pinkburst Project, sponsored by Guitarist Jay Jay French of Twisted Sister, is a collection of one-of-a-kind, custom made guitars from a variety of leading instrument manufacturers including Gibson, Fender, Paul Reed Smith, Epiphone, Gretsch and Martin. There is also a matching collection of pink custom amps from Marshall, Fender, Vox, Mesa, Orange, Hartke and Diamond. All guitars and amplifiers will be offered for sale at an auction to be held on Sunday, May 1, 2011 during the Skinner Fine Musical Instruments Auction in Boston, Massachusetts. View the full collection of individual guitars at This Link. Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Pinkburst Project!