FS or FT: Fender Clapton Sig Strat and Peterson Strobostomp

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FS or FT: Fender Clapton Sig Strat and Peterson Strobostomp

Post by Barry Jive » Sun May 28, 2006 7:18 pm

Hey gang,

I've got two great items here:

The Strat is in fantastic shape with a bit of normal playing wear. 98% of the frets left, a little of the gold type worn off the pickups, you get the picture. An extremely good player with that nice V-neck. Looking for $850.

The Peterson is another great item. I've put velcro on the bottom for my pedal board, but other than that it's in mint condition. I've been using it to set up my guitars at home and it works like a charm. Yours for $150.

I've got pictures of both, and will be in Olympia, Portland, and Seattle on June 1st, 2nd, and 3rd respectively if any of the local folks are interested. As far as trades...make me an offer. I'm in the market for a pair of small diaphragm condensors (a la the stapes mics), a nice large diaphragm condensor, tube or not (looking into gefell, the Pearlman TM1, etc), and a firewire interface (I'm pretty sold on the Mackie 400f, but could be persuaded). Send me a PM through the board or an email at ericandersonmusic-at-gmail.com if you're interested.

Thanks much,

-Eric

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Post by Barry Jive » Wed Jun 07, 2006 1:14 pm

Prices dropped to 800 and 125. I really don't want to ebay these.

-Eric

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Post by Barry Jive » Fri Jun 09, 2006 12:42 am

The Peterson is gone, now someone take this great strat! It's Blackie people!

-Eric

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Post by ckeene » Fri Jun 09, 2006 7:54 am

Those EC strats are tight. Kind of my favorite out of Fender's current lineup and the neck is great with a little v-shape, right?

You could prolly scrape off the signature pretty easily which would immediately make the guitar twice as cool.

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Post by Barry Jive » Wed Jun 21, 2006 2:29 pm

ckeene wrote:Those EC strats are tight. Kind of my favorite out of Fender's current lineup and the neck is great with a little v-shape, right?

You could prolly scrape off the signature pretty easily which would immediately make the guitar twice as cool.
True, I would say the neck is it's biggest asset. I must say, I'm surprised no one has jumped on this yet. It's alot of guitar for 800 bucks.

-Eric

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