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Paul McCartney, Robert Plant, David Gilmour & more sign guitar in aid of stroke...

The guitar will be auctioned off on 11 December.
David Gilmour with black strat

“It truly is part of rock ’n’ roll history”: Jim Irsay, new owner of...

The Indianapolis Colts owner also successfully bid for the Strat’s case and a 1969 Martin D-35.

David Gilmour’s Black Strat becomes most expensive guitar ever

The Pink Floyd man's famous workhorse sells for $3.9 million, becoming the most expensive guitar ever sold at auction.
David Gilmour's white Stratocaster

David Gilmour’s guitars smash auction records at Christie’s

Gilmour's 1969 Black Stratocaster becomes the most expensive guitar sold at auction, with over $21 million raised at charity auction.

Take a virtual tour of David Gilmour’s upcoming guitar auction

A taste of what’ll go down on the Christie’s show floor in just a few days.

An exclusive look at the David Gilmour guitar auction

Pink Floyd legend’s collection unveiled at Christie’s London.

Interview: David Crosby – Back To The Garden

As he returns with a brand new album, Sky Trails, legendary singer, songwriter and guitarist David Crosby is still on a worthy musical journey. He explains how he’s rediscovered his joy in music…

Interview: Zoran Kraljevic of Dawner Prince Electronics

Dawner Prince’s digital and analogue fusions have seen the Croatian effects company build an impressive reputation. Founder Zoran Kraljevic charts his firm’s growth from a uni side project to working with David Gilmour…
guitar magazine april issue

The April 2019 issue of Guitar Magazine is out now!

David Gilmour, Steve Vai and other icons dish out their top tips on technique, gear and more.

Win! A Fender Player Stratocaster!

The Fender Stratocaster is the most iconic electric guitar of all time, and over the years its faultless curves have been cradled by everyone from Hank Marvin and Eric Clapton to Jimi Hendrix and David Gilmour, all the way through to more modern guitar heroes such as Simon Neil and Albert Hammond Jr.

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