Edge: Stage and Studio

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FENDER | Stratocaster | 19xx | natural


MAKE: Fender
MODEL: Stratocaster
VINTAGE: 1959 (unconfirmed)
FINISH: natural alder finish
- 11 screw, 2 layer pickguard.
- Rosewood fretboard.
- While not seen on stage until 2001 performances of "Stuck In A Moment...", it is rumoured to have been in The Edge's arsenal as far back as 1987.
It can be seen in some Rattle And Hum era photos at Point Depot.
It is rumoured that this guitar was used for such Joshua Tree classics as "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" and "Where The Streets Have No Name" (unconfirmed)
- STAGE: "Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of" (2001 'Elevation' tour)
- STUDIO: "Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of". "In A Little While".
- VIDEO: "Stuck In A Moment You Cant Get Out Of" ('Elevation: Live in Boston 2001' & 'U2 Go Home: Live at Slane Castle' DVD's