Does anyone know the guitar that SRV uses in his music video's for "Cold Shot" and "Couldn't Stand the Weather" ? thanks much
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the guitar was named "Main" here is the info on wikipedia about it...

"Main (also known as Hamiltone or the "Couldn't Stand the Weather" guitar) was a custom Fender Stratocaster-style guitar made for Vaughan by James Hamiltone in Buffalo, NY. It was presented to Vaughan by James as a gift from ZZ Top guitarist, Billy Gibbons on April 29, 1984.

The guitar was originally set to be made for Stevie in 1979, but the plan was dropped when Vaughan started using his middle name "Ray", as he was known as "Stevie Vaughan" at the time.

This guitar features a two-piece maple body and a "neck-through body" design. It also originally had EMG preamped pickups, but Vaughan didn't like the pickups in it. His next music video was about to be made, which was "Couldn't Stand the Weather", and didn't want to get Number One wet during filming, as this would've ruined the original 1959 pickups. So he used this guitar for filming.

Its fingerboard is ebony with a mother-of-pearl inlay that read "Stevie Ray Vaughan".

"Main" had a jangly, jazzy-type tone and was usually played on "Cold Shot" or "Couldn't Stand the Weather"."
"Main" a custom Hamiltone Lurktamer Strat made by James Hamilton from NY Billy Gibbons gave it to him in the mid 80s

Edit: Beat me to it
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In Couldn't stand the Weather it's a Hamiltone Guitar, a lot of characteristics similar to a strat..i Didn't see the Cold shot video but I'll look at it and let ya know.
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Theres a nice article on SRV's guitars in the electric guitar forum some where if your interested.
Thanks for all the exact same responses guys, time to close the thread.
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