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Phil Taylor's signed "Black Strat" book - did you win? Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Friday, 28 December 2007

the black strat coverAs our bulging inbox attested, many hundreds of you fancied winning a signed copy of "The Black Strat: A History Of David Gilmour's Black Fender Stratocaster", the superb new book, written by Phil Taylor, David Gilmour's long-term guitar technician, studio manager, production director and much more.

The book takes a careful and detailed look at one of rock's most iconic instruments, and is a thoroughly rewarding book for ALL Pink Floyd fans - not just the musicians amongst you! We've gone through all the correct entries, and a winner has been picked at random...

From the absorbing text, guiding you through David's principle guitars over the years (with a particular focus on THAT guitar, of course), to the fantastic pictures, many of which have never been seen before, it is a book worthy of your Floydian bookshelf. Check out our review for more details.

It can currently only be ordered directly from the special website - www.TheBlackStrat.com - which is currently taking orders, so hurry to secure yours. Selected Borders bookstores in the UK also have stocks of the title.

And now to reveal who was the lucky person to win a copy of the book SIGNED by Phil himself! Our congratulations go to: Zoe Andersen - well done, Zoe, and commiserations to all those of you who weren't lucky this time around.


 
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