David Gilmour hraje na:
His main guitar, much modified over the years, is a (1970) black Stratocaster with black pickguard and white pickup covers, currently with a 1957 vintage re-issue maple neck
His main guitar for the post-Roger Waters era Pink Floyd tours in support of A Momentary Lapse of Reason, Delicate Sound of Thunder (dubbed "Another Lapse") and The Division Bell was a Red '57 reissue with a set of EMG active pickups. On the "On An Island" tour it was used every night of the tour on "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" and "Wearing the Inside Out".
Gilmour is the owner of Strat #0001. However, this is not the first Stratocaster ever made. It was last seen at the Strat Concert in Wembley Arena in 2004.
Cream coloured '57 reissue. Used at 1984 solo tour and at the early parts of the 1987-1990 tour. In the 1994 tour it was used as spare guitar.
'57 Lake Placid Blue. (Serial number #0040). Used at The Wall sessions.
Double-neck Stratocaster. Used live (1970-72).
White with white pickguard. Used in the late 1960s. Also used during the 1980s as evidenced on 1980s Rock Photos web site.
Blonde body with white pickguard. Used on the On an Island tour.
'59 Sunburst body with sunburst ash body and white pickguard. Used on Animals' recording sessions. Last seen on rehearsals during the On an Island tour.
'61 Telecaster used during The Wall recording sessions. Also used live in post-Waters era for "Run Like Hell"
1960s brown-faded body. Used in the late 1960s.
1960s blonde ash body with white pickguard. His main guitar during his first year with Pink Floyd.
'55 Sunburst body aka "The workmate Tele". Neck pickup added. Used at the recording sessions for his first solo album, The Wall recording session and the following tour. Also seen when performing with Paul McCartney in the late 1990s.
Fender VI Baritone guitar. Used during The Wall recording sessions.
Fender Precision bass guitar
A Gibson Les Paul Goldtop (P-90 pickups, Bigsby vibrato bridge)
Gibson EH150 Lap Steel guitar
Gibson "Chet Atkins" classical guitar
Bill Lewis Guitar. Used at Meddle and Dark Side of the Moon recording sessions.
Gibson, Ovation, Takamine and Martin Acoustics
Taylor Guitars Acoustics
Jose Vilaplana nylon string guitar
Steinberger GL. His main guitar during A Momentary Lapse of Reason recording sessions.
Charvel Fretless Fender Precision style bass guitar. Used during The Wall recording sessions.
Music Man Fretless Stingray bass guitar. Used by David while running the house band at the 1991 Amnesty International concert, during Spinal Tap's performance on "Big Bottom." (All guitarists played bass on this song, and David played a solo.)
Jedsen (tuned D-G-D-G-B-E) and Fender Lap Steel guitars
In November of 2006, Fender announced that they will be issuing a replica of Gilmour's modified black Stratocaster. David's official blog confirmed that it will be released in late 2007, to coincide with the release of the 'Remember That Night' DVD.
Hiwatt (main) DR 103 heads into WEM 4x12 cabinets loaded with Fane Crescendo speakers
Fender ‘56 Tweed Twin amp (used for smaller concerts)
Mesa Boogie Mark II C+
Alembic F2-B bass preamp
Custom-built 'Doppola' rotating speakers (driven by the Hiwatt heads)
 Effect pedals
Electro-Harmonix/Sovtek Big Muff
Electro-Harmonix Electric Mistress
MXR Dyna-Comp (pre-Dunlop 'Script' logo)
MXR Phase 90 (Used with Dynacomp for the famous "four note" Syd riff on Shine On Pts. I-V)
Chandler Tube Driver
BK Butler Tube Driver
Boss CS-2 Compression Sustainer
Boss GE-7 EQ Pedal
Boss MZ-2 Digital Metalizer
Pro Co RAT Distortion
Heil Talk box
Arbiter Fuzz Face
Ibanez CP9 Comprssion Sustainer
Vox Wah-Wah pedal
Dunlop Cry Baby Wah-wah pedal
Electro-Harmonix Small Stone
Digitech IPS 33B (Used for Whammy effects)
Ibanez Tube Screamer
Ernie Ball Volume Pedal
Pete Cornish all tube Pedal Boards and Custom effects
Pete Cornish Soft Sustain
Pete Cornish P-1
Pete Cornish P-2
Pete Cornish G-2
Pete Cornish SS-3
Pete Cornish ST-2
Pete Cornish Line Driver
Pete Cornish Linear Boost
Pete Cornish Tape Echo Simulator (T.E.S)
Boss CE-2 Chorus
Heil Talk box (used in "Keep Talking" and "Pigs (Three Different Ones)")
GHS Boomer strings in a custom set 10-12-16-28-38-48
Herco Flex 75 plectrums (picks)
Cross-stitched leather guitar strap used by Jimi Hendrix and bought for David by Polly Samson as a 60th birthday present
Shaffer-Vega wireless system for The Wall concerts 1980-81 and his 1984 About Face tour
Pete Cornish wireless system for the 1987-96 live Gilmour appearances
Evidence Audio Cables
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Vnímání subjektu je mylný názor na objektivní realitu.
ˇWaiting for the Worms to come..."
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but not enough to make them love." (Louis Cyphre)