Hi there,

Any opinion on this one, up for sale in an upcoming auction at Heritage?

Thanks a lot for your opinions!

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Looks a bit odd to me. But this is not my area.

I have this one in my exampler files. Unfortunately I didn't label it. However I believe both appear authentic.
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I figured it out. That example is the guitar Xwiesy owns.

Here is an image of them both together.
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That one of mine is truly beautiful. I can tell you that the artist relations department did have some of those they gave to people- the Clapton signature guitar signed and dated.
Using mine as a guide, I think that one at Heritage is good. Any paperwork with it?

Mine is signed with an acrylic pen, I mean it could not be better. The guy whongot that signed was the guy who designed Cobain's Jagstang. He died really young, trrrific man from all accounts..1996ish.

Thanks a lot for your opinions. Here is what is stated by Heritage:

"This particular guitar, an Artist Series with Pewter finish, was one of only 10 signed by Clapton (boldly, in black marker, on the body), on May 4, 1990, at the Pacific Amphitheater, in Costa Mesa, California, as part of the Fender promotion. It is in unplayed condition, with all of the original tags still attached, in its original tweed hardcase, with all original items (manuals, cord, strap, cleaning cloth, tremolo bar, etc.). Also included are a signed three-page letter of provenance, and a back-stage pass and concert ticket from the May 4th show."

thats common in the industrty i did it akll the time

i belive its real


did u buy it

I was considering, depending on the price, but it was eventually too expensive with the VAT to be added for importing it in Europe.



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