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With his latest album releasing on September 18, David Gilmour has added to the fans' excitement. The legendary guitarist has announced North American tour that will feature selected performances at some of the top venues in the US. In March, Gilmour revealed that he would be releasing a new album soon and the news was welcomed with joy and relief. The announcement came right after he said a final goodbye to his former band Pink Floyd, stating there is no room for the band in his life. The fans thought they had seen the last of the phenomenal crooner and guitarist but he has them doing cartwheels with his upcoming release and supporting tour. Are you ready to be rattled by the superstar? “Rattle That Lock Tour” is just around the corner, so buy your David Gilmour tickets now.
Gilmour – One of the Best Guitarists of All-Time
Cementing his place in the international music scene, David Gilmour found initial success as the lead guitarist of Pink Floyd. He played an important role in earning the ensemble an induction into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame as well as UK Music Hall of Fame. Gilmour's unique guitar style has inspired many, prompting youngsters and veterans to copy his smooth bends and pentatonic tricks. David Gilmour has also produced music for other artists and in 2015 alone, composed tracks for Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's latest album “Plays Prog Rock Classics” and “Truancy: The Best of Pete Townshend” for Pete Townshend. His crisp instrumentation and incredible hooks engage the listeners from the beginning.
David Gilmour has treated the fans to three solo albums and his fourth one “Rattle That Lock” is ready to take the world by storm. His last solo record came out in 2006 on his birthday. Titled “On an Island”, it has sealed his place as the tasteful one – tasty guitar work, gorgeous jazzy blues melodies and plaintive, soulful vocals. Full of iconic solos, it includes dramatic numbers like “Take a Breath” and “Pocketful of Stone”. The beautifully recorded album has a relaxed theme, with slow tempos and a lot of space in between. Gilmour has made a conscious effort in composing music that the listeners can enjoy after a hard day at work and listen to while sipping wine.
Funky Rhythm Guitarist
A blue based, fiery soloist, David Gilmour's guitar playing style is sprawling, relentless and elegant. He has pioneered the use of echo and other special effects, treating the listeners to avant-garde improvisation and slinky riffs. If you're a hardcore Gilmour fan, then you'll probably be interested to know about the different kinds of guitars he used during his career.
David Gilmour's Electric Guitars:
- 1960s Fender Telecaster - Receiving the guitar on his 21st birthday, it was the first good guitar he had and he started out on Telecaster long before joining Pink Floyd.
- 1969 Fender Stratocaster - This has been Gilmour's main guitar for the most part of his early music career. He bought it during his 70s' North American trek and since then has gone through several modifications.
- The Workmate (1955 Fender Esquire) – David used this guitar to record his first solo album. Due to its worn looks, he nicknamed it “The Workmate”.
- '80 Gibson J-200 Celebrity – During his 1994 tour, David used the guitar to perform live “Wish You Were Here” and even today uses it for acoustic main onstage performances.
- Martin D-35 – An acoustic guitar, it is one of David's favorites.