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The guitar featured in the video is obviously early to mid 60 Strat with 3-tone sunburst finish, but that’s about all the information we get.Buddy played on it maybe just a few more times, and went back to his 1957/58 maple Stratocaster.Although he was with Chess Records for around 10 years, he released only one album during that period (Left My Blues in San Francisco – 1967), and mostly worked as a session guitarist for Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf and others.

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Bio: George “Buddy” Guy was born on July 30th, 1936 in Lettsworth, Louisiana.

He began learning the guitar on a hand-made two-string diddley bow, but later switched to a Harmony acoustic guitar which his father bought him.

He was approached by a guy who bought the guitar at a local music shop, and brought it to Buddy for an autograph – not knowing that the guitar was actually Buddy’s Strat.

After Buddy saw the guitar, and spotted what it was, he asked him how much he wanted for it.

Nowadays he doesn’t play them at all, although he still owns the original red Starfire IV from the ’60s.

Buddy played this guitar occasionally during his endorsement deal with Guild Guitars, mainly around the recording of the “Stone Crazy” album in 1981.

In 1958, Buddy entered and won a guitar contest with Magic Sam and Otis Rush, which landed Guy a record contract with Chess Records.

This turned out to be far from a perfect place for Buddy, since his playing was described as “noise” by Leonard Chess – the founder of the company.

In the late ’60 Guy left Chess, and signed with Vanguard Records, after which he released a number of albums which made him popular.

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