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This rock music poster is printed on museum grade paper with pigmented archival inks.
PLEASE NOTE that it isn't a photo. You can see a larger image of the poster on a second picture.
This graphic poster was made using mixed painting.
We recommend you to buy rock musician posters on a computer so that you can clearly see the detail of the image you're going to get. If you look at the rock posters on your phone or tablet, you can only see tiny thumbnails, which are less elaborate as the full-size images.
Pigmented archival inks will not fade when exposed to sunlight regularly. Museum grade paper can be stored for a long time without turning yellow.
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When ordered without a frame, the print is done on 200 gsm matte paper.
When ordered with a frame, the print is framed in a wood frame, including pre-installed hanging hardware and plexiglass front.
Colors of rock musician posters may vary a little, because of different monitor settings.
For excluding possible damage, paper print are hand rolled in protective tissue paper and shipped in extra thick cardboard tubes. Framed rock posters are packaged in cardboard boxes.
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Poster of David Gilmour playing his ‘The Black Strat’ with Pink Floyd live at The Rainbow Theatre, London on 4 November 1973.
Christie's Auction House in London described 'The Black Strat' as follows, "David Gilmour’s 1969 Black Fender Stratocaster has earned its place in rock’n’roll history. Known as ‘The Black Strat’, the guitar was purchased in 1970 at Manny’s on West 48th Street in New York, and has become the Pink Floyd singer and songwriter’s most identified instrument over the course of nearly 50 years.
Between 1970 and 1986, The Black Strat was Gilmour’s primary performance and recording guitar, and was key to the development of the Pink Floyd sound. It was played in the recordings of landmark albums such as the 1973 masterpiece The Dark Side of the Moon, which includes the track Money and is widely regarded as one of the greatest records of all time; Wish You Were Here (1975), featuring the track Shine on You Crazy Diamond, which Gilmour reveals ‘came out of’ The Black Strat; Animals (1977); and The Wall (1979), which features Gilmour’s legendary guitar solo on Comfortably Numb.
The Black Strat, which has been extensively modified over the decades to accommodate Gilmour’s evolving style and performance requirements, can also be heard on his critically acclaimed solo albums including David Gilmour (1978), About Face (1984), On an Island (2006) and Rattle that Lock (2015)."
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Pink Floyd, David Gilmour at Earls Court with the Black Strat, 1973, English

$45,00 Regulær pris
$31,50Salgspris
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