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Another very early pic of Stevie Ray Vaughan. Here you can clearly see number 1 is clean and not nearly as worn and battered as it would end up being. He really put his life into that guitar

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"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.

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“Lenny” - Stevie Ray Vaughan’s 1965 Fender Composite Stratocaster Sold for $623,500 Blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan received this instrument from his wife, Lenny, in 1980 as a 26th birthday present. This guitar was one of his favourites and he used it many times up until his death in 1990

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