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Stevie Ray Vaughan • The "King of the Blues" strikes a classic pose with his faithful friend ... his "1962 Fender Sunburst Stratocaster." This famous battered Strat is aka "Stevie Ray's favorite Number One guitar!"

Stevie Ray Vaughan poses with his Fender "Number One" ~ Excellent Photo!

Stevie Ray Vaughan was a powerful and emotional player of the Texas blues. This man had soul flowing out of his hands.

Stevie Ray Vaughan, the Guitar Legend, virtuoso! He sure could play that Fender Stratocaster like no one else. So glad that I got to see him perform a couple of times before his death on August As far as his albums/songs, you name it and I love it!

You see, we are here, as far as I can tell, to help each other; our brothers, our sisters, our friends, our enemies. That is to help each other and not hurt each other.  ~Stevie Ray Vaughan~

Stevie Ray Vaughn, such a shame he had to die. Best damned Blues guitarist who ever lived

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.

Stevie Ray Vaughn from Oak Cliff, Texas. One of my favorite blues artist. Taken away from us too early!

Stevie Ray Vaughan - gone too soon

We take a look at how SRV got his signature sound and give you a quick Stevie Ray Vaughan gear guide.

Stevie Ray Vaughan. I saw him a month before he passed away...1990?

Watched him play live many times around Austin in the early Rockin good times Stevie Ray Vaughn

Stevie Ray Vaughn - Member of The Man! Order ( Order of people that use a guitar and makes us feel goosebumps all over our bodies)

Stevie Ray Vaughn - Member of The Man! Order ( Order of people that use a guitar and makes us feel goosebumps all over our bodies) Más

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An entry from ROOTS N BLUES

Stevie Ray Vaughan, Brendan Byrne Arena, East Rutherford, New Jersey, 1983 © Ebet Roberts

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.

Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Number One" Stratocaster -- Listened to a LOT Of SRV while writing Blue Moon!

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