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Alan Coath 20-Jan-2016 11:45
Hi, What an amazing collection of Fenders, a real pleasure to see, particularly the Jay Blacks. Did you know that J.W. Black has published his notes on the net? I see that you have serial nos. 0163 and 0164. I own five strats but only one masterbuilt which is serial no.0161, a '57 Fiesta Red with gold hardware which was custom built for John Entwistle of "The Who" in 1990 and is pictured in his book "Bass Culture". I'm thinking of parting with this now and was wondering if you had any idea of the value and the best way for me to sell it. Any advice would be much appreciated. My email address is alan.coath@ntlworld.com cheers Alan
Guest 14-Aug-2014 10:51
Sorry, you can get me at markleuthard@yahoo.co.nz if you are interested. Cheers, Mark.
Guest 14-Aug-2014 10:45
Hi. I'm a big fan of Clapton and see you have pics of a nice MB green one. There is a red version out there too also built by Jay. I have a gold Clapton built by Jay in 1989. Are you interested in selling it at all? All the best, Mark.
crumblebum27-May-2012 08:16
Hi Steven
Many thanks for your very generous comments. I began collecting the higher end Fenders about ten years ago when I saw a Masterbuilt Clapton Strat for sale in London. After that I just kept looking at the advertisements and the online auctions and gradually built up the numbers. Friends also let me know if they see anything in which I might be interested. If anything I've now got too many but I know of several players who have more than me.
They all get played at some time or other.
crumblebum22-Jun-2010 07:11
Tom,
I emailed you on 30th May and 3rd June but have had no response. I assume you've found one.
Guest 28-May-2010 23:54
Hello,

Do you still own a 40th Aniv. CS Tele?
I'm looking for one to photograph for my next bok.

Thank you,
Tom Wheeler
twheeler@uoregon.edu
Hunter 23-Mar-2010 00:10
Hi
I see your a JW Black fan... any interest in a Fender Aluminum body ART NOUVEAU Stratocaster from the 93 NAMM show made by JW ?
Cheers
Hunter
crumblebum10-Apr-2009 14:22
Hello Lukas,
Thankyou for your message but the 60's Cunetto Strat is not for sale. I'll contact you if ever it is.
Thanks again.
crumblebum07-Jul-2006 09:20
Hi Ralph,
Thanks for your comments which are much appreciated. For your information, the neck pickup on KK's Telecaster is a Seymour Duncan Hot Rhythm (STR-2).
Guest 05-Jul-2006 08:48
It is great to see such fine Fenders on display. I enjoy a nice guitar as much as the next guy, but nothing beats the sound of a nice well built Fender Stratocaster. For a Fifty plus year old design, it looks just as current today as it did then.
Johnny 06-Mar-2006 18:51
Hello Crumblebum,
this is Johnny from Italy. I was born in Montréal (Canada) but I live here in Rome since when I was just 10.
I DO HAVE TO CONGRATULATE You on Your WONDERFUL Strat' collection !!
Could You be interested in selling Your "Teal Green Custom Strat" Masterbuilt by J.W.Black on October 1994 ?
Or, if You prefer, could You be interested in doing a swap with a "White Blonde Custom 1954 Strat" Masterbuilt by J.W.Black on May 1995 ? (serial # JB015. This is why I prefer rosewood fingerboard Strats and anyway I would like to keep a Strat built by Mr Black)
Here is my email address: johnny_marini@hotmail.com
Looking forward to hearing from You, thank You so much indeed for Your kind attention.
Have a nice week !! Best regards,
Johnny