Legendary studio musician Vic Flick was shown on Pawn Stars this evening. He sold his cherished 1961 Fender Stratocaster for $55,000. As soon as the segment of the show is downloaded to Youtube, please post it here for the record. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsHt03NQahw"]Vic Flick at the Cannery - YouTube[/ame] Vic provided the dealer with a list of songs he performed during his career. The show hinted that the James Bond theme (Dr. No) may have been played on this guitar. Not true according to this interview: http://blogcritics.org/interview-axeman-vic-flick-tells-why1/ The timing on that TV show account would have been tight, given the fact that Dr. No was released in 1962. The above interview also indicates that Vic's first Strat was stolen, and this is his replacement. The soundtrack of A Hard Day's Night probably features this (2nd) Strat. A great audio interview on Flick's very extensive work/career is featured on Youtube. [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRkSit5Rkqo[/ame] Surely this guitar has more significance in music history than Mary Ford's SG, which eventually re-sold for over $100K. Expect to see the guitar up on Ebay by Xmas. That's my guess.