Gary Moore’s Fritz Brothers Super Deluxe (Blue)
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Gary was seen using this guitar during a concert at the Royal Albert Hall, London in 1992 on the song The Sky is Crying, and in 1993 during the Live Blues concert on the song Too Tired.
According to the official spec sheet, the guitar featured light-blue finish on a semi-hollow Telecaster style alder body with a solid spruce top. The neck is maple with ebony fretboard, abalone dot markers, and a stainless steel nut. The pickups in it are EMG SAs, with a 7-way, which allows for some unique pickup configurations.
It is worth noting that this is probably the second Fritz Brothers guitar that Gary bought, first one being a sunburst Roy Buchanan Bluesmaster.
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