Duane Allman’s 1954 Fender Stratocaster
Duane allegedly used this guitar during the time he worked as a session guitarist, although there’s not a single photograph or a video recording of Duane playing this particular guitar.
Basically, the only “proof” that Duane ever played it comes from the Hard Rock Cafe, where the guitar was exhibited a few times. But even the poster shown in the case where the guitar is kept on display is of a completely different Stratocaster (Duane’s 1966 rosewood Strat).
Be that as it may, the guitar is actually quite unique and significant on its own, as it is one of the earliest Strats ever made featuring the serial number #0019.
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