Submitted by Name: Robert Newman From: Ottawa, Ontario Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: Very informative, useful website both visually and historically. Have you considered doing a road show with Fender's endorsement? Guitar players would likely find this type of presentation appealing.
Added: July 5, 2015
Submitted by Name: Luca From: United Kingdom E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great stuff... very usefull! keep it up buddy!
Added: July 3, 2015
Submitted by Name: Tom Blackburn From: England E-mail: Contact
Comments: I would like to congratulate you on a truly excellent web site. Thanks to your site I have learnt alot about my two 1980's fender Strats. Well done
Added: June 30, 2015
Submitted by Name: Craig Gorton From: Philly E-mail: Contact
Comments: Have some Fender CS that I cannot ID. You can probably help. Have pics inside & out.
Added: June 28, 2015
Submitted by Name: Martin Wismer From: France and UK E-mail: Contact
Comments: Having just bought an early 1987 Strat Plus from Jeff I must report that this has been the most exiting purchase of a guitar for me in a long time, and I have bought quite a few over the years since about 1969
It would be hard to find such a beautiful instrument which was made nearly 30 years ago in ultra mint condition in a music store
Jeff has an amazing capacity of patiently answering endless questions which I fired at him via e-mail during the week in which which we finalised the transaction.
I must also quote BJ’s line from further down on this page “My wife is always telling me 'you have enough guitars'. As you know, there is no such thing!! : But when this guitar arrived and when she saw and heard it she went all quiet!!!!!
It is interesting to see the number of internet sites including many forums pointing to Jeff’s website as a reference, I would not be surprised if the Fender Company is visiting his site from time to time too for staff training purposes etc.
Added: June 9, 2015
Submitted by Name: Gary Goodman From: Winnipeg, Manitoba E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi Jeff,
Great site! Looks like you have a lot of fun doing this and your guitars are awesome!
I have a 1987 or early 1988 Graffiti Yellow with a maple neck. It has the split nut and the E4 serial number. Its a great player. The low E Sperzel Tuner has been replaced with a Drop D Schaller and the pickguard is cracked and a bit beat up.
My question is do you sell the original Sperzel tuners to replace the low e on mine and would you sell a period correct loaded pickguard with good shape lace sensors as well?
I'd also be interested in your Jeff Beck V1 in Surf Green if you could please send me more details.
Added: June 6, 2015
Submitted by Name: Renzo Calcagno From: Uruguay E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Dean R. From: Ontario, Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have had the pleasure of dealing with Jeff a few times. He is a true gentleman and he is great at replying to emails. The knowledge Jeff has about guitars is unbelievable. Eventually I am going to buy one of his custom guitars.
Thanks Jeff for all your support over the years!
Added: May 11, 2015
Submitted by Name: Dan Baird From: N.J. E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have a Strat Plus that Ive owned since about 1990, trying to figure out which color it is, and by the info here, I'm still confused. My serial # is E47xx16 , anyone have any insight, it would be much appreciated, thx