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  1. Alistair Lowde says:

    Hi Bjorn! By now you’ll have seen and heard the new Ukraine single released under the Pink Floyd name. Please tell me: is that telecaster David is playing a legendary one? Used on Animals perhaps? More info please!

    • Bjorn says:

      A Fender Custom Shop logo has been spotted on the back of the headstock so if that’s correct, then it’s a custom replica of the 55 Esquire “Workmate”.

      • Alistair Lowde says:

        So you’re sure it’s not the original Workmate?…

        • Bjorn says:

          Seems that it’s a replica that David got made for the exhibitions a few years back. The colour and wood grains are different. I’ll have a run down of the gear used for the single up soon.

  2. SBraamcamp says:

    Hi Bjorn!

    A bit unusual but also a great one, as always – and the ‘feeling’ is still there.
    Besides that, is the Apollo x6|8|8p your weapon of choice to create/record multiple guitar tracks in your DAW ?


  3. George says:

    Hi Bjorn! I wonder if my message to post@gilmourish have reached you or did it slip through the cracks, the one about David’s potential sound experiments with Synthi A and EMS Pitch to Voltage converter, the particular device that made Synthi A controllable with an electric guitar input? In the times before MIDI was born. The device can be seen on top of David’s Twin Reverb Silverface combo at Abbey Road (1972 DSOTM recording sessions). This discovery really made me curious.

  4. Nathan says:

    What’s the 2nd switch on that Les Paul?

  5. Albert says:

    The original “binson”, wasn’t it stolen from Floyd?..

  6. Lasha says:

    Really great video about amazing gear.

  7. greg says:

    Hi Bjorn!
    I see a Blackstar behind you in the video. Are you going to do a review of it at any point either written or video?

    • Bjorn says:

      I haven’t planned to. It’s a 2×12″ S1 cabinet with Celestion V30s. The amps are a Reeves Custom 5o and Laney Lionheart L20.

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