That time Walter Trout told me that his spirit was in his Stratocaster

By Steve Newton

I interviewed blues-rock guitar wizard Walter Trout back in 2003, before he played a gig at Vancouver’s much-missed blues mecca, the Yale Hotel.

At one point in the conversation he told me about his fierce, undying love for his 1973 “Strat-o-caster”.

Have a listen:

 

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