I think the Fender SRV Replacement Neck Guitar number one sales of guitars worked like this: Fender sold them to their prime brokers (in this case by a lottery system due to high demand) that can sell to customers (or not). All 100 guitars were sold at the NAMM convention 2004 Fender resellers. For 335 Clapton, I understand that orders were taken on a specific date Fender dealers on a first come, first served. In both cases, customers were able to get a guitar were those who paid in advance.
Tribute strategy games come with a case of theft stencil “SRV – Number One”, a red patterned cover Stevie, a replica of the black leather strap with white music notes and a documentation containing a certificate signed by Cruz, a picture of Stevie with number one, a copy of the El Mocambo DVD, a Fender Custom Shop DVD of the night, they inspected a number, and a tube of Rene Martinez Graphit-all. (I do not make copies of the DVD for anyone, if you pla t so do not ask). My first impressions: excellent tone, like the neck fat, and it is lighter than expected.
It looks great, but there are some things about 25 years of wear that can accurately imitated. This should be the closest person will copy the weight, dimensions and e number one, because no one else had access to the real thing from which to copy the Fender Custom specifications.The Shop has 235 replicas of “Lenny” guitar Stevie (185 for the US market, 50 abroad) which is on sale in mid-December 2007, at a price of $ 17,000 each. “Lenny” was purchased by Guitar Center in sales to 2004 Crossroads Guitar Auction benifitting Crossroads Centre in Antigua Eric Clapton for $ 623.500. See Fender.com for more information.