Stevie Ray Vaughn


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Stevie Ray Vaughan played a number of Fender Stratocasters throught his career.

Number One
Also know as Vaughan's 'First Wife', Number One was a 62/63 Fender Stratocaster he used for most of his career.
Yellow was a 1959 Stratocaster formerly owned by Vanilla Fudge's lead guitarist Vice Martell. Yellow was stollen in 85 at Albany International Airport in New York, but later recovered and is now on display in the Las Vegas Hard Rock Cafe.
The 1962 sunburst Fender Stratocaster was purchased in 1983.
Also known as Hamiltone or the "Couldn't Stand the Weather" guitar, Main was a custom Fender Straocaster-style guitar made for Vaughan by James Hamilton.
Scotch is a 1961 Fender Stratocaster used by Vaughan during the last 5 years of his life. Stevie usually used this guitar on "Leave My Girl Along" and sometimes "Superstition".
Charlie was a white custom-made "Stratocaster-style" guitar built by Charley Wirz. Built in 1983 with a neck plate on it engraved "To Stevie Ray Vaughan, more in '84"
A 63 or 64 Stratocaster, bought for by his wife, Lenora because he didn't have the money to buy it. Originally 3-tone sunburst with a rosewood neck, it was later stripped down to a dark natural finiash and re-fitted with a mid-'50s-style maple neck. The Fender Custom Shop has produced a limited-edition run of Lenny replicas since December 2007 and they are sold by Guitar Center for $17,000. The guitar was mainly used for Lenny and in 2004, Lenny was put up for auction and sold to Guitar Center for $623,500.