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THE AMPEG COMPANY INCORPORATED, LINDEN, 1969
THE AMPEG COMPANY INCORPORATED, LINDEN, 1969
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THE AMPEG COMPANY INCORPORATED, LINDEN, 1969

A LUCITE-BODY ELECTRIC GUITAR, DAN ARMSTRONG

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THE AMPEG COMPANY INCORPORATED, LINDEN, 1969
A LUCITE-BODY ELECTRIC GUITAR, DAN ARMSTRONG
Applied to the pickguard DAN ARMSTRONG AMPEG and stamped on the neck tenon A1311 D, with original hardshell case bearing a label inscribed DAN ARMSTRONG/AMPEG PLEXIGLASS #A1311D and SERIAL NO. DG1000; accompanied by facsimile copies of the original sales invoice from California Guitar to Mr. Dave Gilmour, dated 27th September 1979, and the UK customs receipt, dated 1st December 1979
Body length 13 3/8 in. (34 cm.)
Literature
Bacon, T. and Day, P. The Ultimate Guitar Book, London, 1991, illus. p. 95.
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Lot Essay

David Gilmour purchased this guitar from Frank Lucido’s California Guitar in Ventura, California, on 27th September 1979, during final recording and mixing sessions for Pink Floyd’s 1979 album The Wall at Producers Workshop in Los Angeles. Gilmour has kept the guitar for studio use.

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