David Gilmour’s slide guitars has always been an important part of the Pink Floyd sound. In the early days, he followed the tradition of Syd, using different slide techniques to create effects and soundscapes.
By the mid 70s David mainly used lap steels and with them, he created some of his most memorable solos.
In this in-depth feature, we’ll dig deep into the performance history and details of some of David Gilmour’s most iconic slide guitars. Including the blonde 1970s Jedson lap steel that fetched 300.000$ at the recent Christie’s auction.
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