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Well, if we want to get picky about it, according to the Reverb ad:

https://reverb.com/item/56288345-1985-gibson-j-200-celebrity-david-gilmour-collection

He owned two of them. "This guitar is number 42 of 90 Gibson J-200 Celebrity models. Gilmour clearly liked this rare model as his collection included two. They were used live and in the studio, including at the famous Live 8 concert that reunited Pink Floyd in 2005."

Who's to say this one was actually played live? 

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4 minutes ago, Twang Gang said:

I could never understand paying a premium for a guitar just because someone famous owned it.  In this case paying about 100 times as much as a regular J200 - crazy to me?

Agreed. I would rather spend half the money and buy this one.

https://reverb.com/item/52233324-vintage-1940-gibson-super-jumbo-200-acoustic-guitar-iconic-pre-war-singing-cowboy-sj-200-j-200-we

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6 hours ago, gearbasher said:

He owned two of them. "This guitar is number 42 of 90 Gibson J-200 Celebrity models. Gilmour clearly liked this rare model as his collection included two. They were used live and in the studio, including at the famous Live 8 concert that reunited Pink Floyd in 2005."

Who's to say this one was actually played live? 

Bait and Switch.

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