"Number One" Acquired by Stevie in 1974 from Ray Hennig’s Heart of Texas Music, Austin, Texas. Price: $0; value now estimated at $1,000,000. Age: Number One was disassembled by Fender Custom Shop employees in 2003, and they stated that the neck is from December ’62 and the body is a ’63. So Number One can rightly be called a ’63 Strat. Pickups are 1959, which is why Stevie referred to it as a ’59.
Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Number One" Stratocaster is among the items on display through October 14th at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin. The guitar, pictured below, is an exclusive for the museum. You can find more information about the "Texas Music Roadtrip" exhibit at TheStoryOfTexas.com and read more at KVUE.com.
SRV's Rig...the rig I've been trying to replicate on a small scale for years- Shared by The Lewis Hamilton Band - https://www.facebook.com/lewishamiltonband http://www.lewishamiltonmusic.co.uk/home http://www.reverbnation.com/lewishamiltonmusic
Stevie Ray Vaughan. Saw him with Double Trouble, July 11, 1981 at South Texas Tornado Jam, Manor Downs, Austin, with the Joe Ely Band, Delbert McClinton, and the Fabulous Thunderbirds. STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN THE FABULOUS THUNDERBIRDS AL KOOPER
RIP Stevie Ray Vaughan - guitarist, singer, songwriter and record producer. Often referred to by his initials SRV, Vaughan is best known as a founding member and leader of Double Trouble. Born in Dallas