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A complete sonic exploration of the tines and mechanisms : Bowed, Plucked, Mallets and SFX push the limits of the sounds an electric piano can make.

The only sampled Guzheng with realistic pitch bend and expressive tremolo performance scripting.

David’s slide guitars have always been a big part of Pink Floyd’s sound.

Gilmour used both Jedsons during the 1974-’75 tour.

Both had an open G tuning, – the blonde standing behind Gilmour for Shine On You Crazy Diamond 6-9 and the red standing behind Rick’s rig for Great Gig so that Gilmour could play Hammond during the heavier parts of the song.

This was actually the first time David used slides live as he used the Strat on earlier performances (One of these Days, Atom Heart Mother and Echoes).

The 1000 twin neck was last seen on the BBC Dark Side of the Moon documentary in 2003.

Fender 1000 Pedal Steel During Pink Floyd’s US tour in October 1970, David bought a couple of second hand guitars at a pawn shop in Seattle. The guitar has two necks with 8 strings on each (David most likely used only 6 of them), Fender humbucker pickups, tone and volume knob and a neck selector switch as well as 10 pedals.

However, David never used these and they were later taken off (as seen in the 2003 DSot M documentary).

They were about 60 quid each.” – Phil Taylor, Guitarist 1995.

Little is known about Jedson but it seems that they were manufactured in Japan by several companies in the late 60s and early 70s under license from Dallas Arbiter.

Rare sonic artefacts painstakingly gathered from the four corners of the Earth.