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Syd Barrett, in 1965, with his Fender Esquire. Photographer Nick Aarestrup Roddik recalls shooting the band at The Boom Dancing Center in 1967: “I was standing at the front but couldn’t move, I could only take pictures of Syd Barrett and Nick Mason. After the concert, Syd Barrett said: ‘Why do the audience scream so much? Why don’t they clap?”

“ Syd Barrett with his Fender Esquire, 1965 “I was standing at the front but couldn’t move, I could only take pictures of Syd Barrett and Nick Mason. After the concert, Syd Barrett said: ‘Why do the audience scream so much?

David Gilmour white Telecaster

- (left) David pictured with the blonde Fender Telecaster in medio 1967 with Bullitt, his last band before joining Floyd, (left) and an early concert appearance with Pink Floyd in Amsterdam, May

Muddy Waters --- Little Walter Jacobs

Muddy Waters on the Telecaster and his right hand man, Little Walter. Little Walter left Muddy Waters Band in

Mike Bloomfield, Electric Flag rehearsal 1968

Mike Bloomfield, Electric Flag rehearsal Bloomfield played one of the coolest leads ever on Desolation Row, for Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited album, 1965

Ed Bickert

Ed Bickert - Canadian jazz guitarist. The guitarist's use of the solid-body Fender Telecaster especially sets him apart from his peers.

The Who

The Who, "Who Are You", written by Pete Townshend Used as TV show CSI theme, brought another generation in to hearing the talent of this band.