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  1. Hello, I live in North Carolina, USA and am a massive Clapton fan. I have a 1994 Fender Stratocaster and I was wondering how much you would charge for a full setup and new nut installation. I play on 8 gauge Ernie Ball strings and I have been looking for an outstanding technician to do this job. It was my first guitar and favorite and I know that you are an incredible technician and guitar lover and can share the passion that I have for guitars which is a must for me. Thank you and I hope to hear from you soon.

    Jason R. Bowers
    jason.r.bowers1@gmail.com

  2. Hi Lee,
    REALY great NAM interview look forward to trying your pickups. Can you tell me the EQ settings on Eric’s twins I got a twin made for me couldn’t afford a fender one.
    Wish all the very best for the future.
    Cheers
    Mark

  3. Hello Lee

    Hope you are well. Sorry to bother you but I have been admiring your work with Eric for years! I have been lucky enough to have seen Eric live many times over the last number of years and every guitar solo and chord always sounds great – I am guessing you are the chap I need to thank! I have travelled all over the world to see Eric play and boy he never disappoints! I recently saw him perform in Birmingham a few weeks ago and he is still on top form.

    Unfortunately I have never been able to meet Eric. I am a huge fan of his days in Cream and in Blind Faith and I have been lucky enough to meet both Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker though, where they signed some Cream things for me. The reason I am sending you this email is to ask if it would at all be possible, if you would be able to help me to get one or two things signed by Eric please? I could either meet you or preferably send them to you in the post. I would of course supply return postage and even pay you for your time. I would be so very grateful.

    Please let me know Lee and all the best to you. Thank you.

    Alex

  4. Hope you’re doing great! I saw that you’re a guitar tech and just wanted to reach out to you and see if you had any custom case needs at this point. We build guitar vaults, guitar workstations and all kinds of custom cases. My website is http://www.bradycases.com and let me know if I can do anything at all for ya. Thanks!

  5. Hi,Lee:
    I’m a big fan of Eric so that I use strat.I checked the owner’s manual from E.C. signatured Strat 1988,which showed the suggested strings height are 1-4 strings about 1.6mm;5-6 strings about 2.0mm.I just wonder what the E.C.’s set is.Thank you.

  6. Hi Lee,

    I am a huge fan and you must have some find memories of working in the business. EC is truly a rare talent and one of my top guitarist. I wondered if we may be able to get any of your custom guitar picks for our collection? We can send a SASE your way else we can share our snail mail. Hope you can help as heard you have a few styles and we would excited to add any to our collection which has one EC pick Lexus Clapton tour which we treasure.

    Cheers
    S & K

  7. HELLO MY NAME IS WALTER
    I AM FROM ARGENTINA AND IM ERIC CLAPTON FAN
    THE REASON FOR THIS IS MAIL
    IS A GUITAR PICK COLLECTOR
    AND I HAVE A LIKE YOURS
    IF YOU CAN SEND ME THESE ADDRESSES
    THANK YOU
    WALTER

    el zorzal 6906
    CP 1408
    C.A.B.A
    ARGENTINA

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    COSQUIN 271
    CP 1408
    C.A.B.A
    ARGENTINA

  8. There has been a continuous interest amongst members of the Fender Lounge Forums regarding the set up of the Clapton Signature Stratocaster. With respect to the wood block used to ‘stop’ the vibrato system, what was it about it effect that was preferential to Eric. Secondly, there does not appear to be a wood block in the ‘Blackie’ guitar, the back of which is pictured on the back page of the Christies Catalog. Was the guitar always set up like that and, if so, why the change in the new guitar?

    • The wood block was there only as a back up for the screwed down springs,…….so that there could be no movement of the bridge whatsoever. They may have taken the wood block out for the photographs?……..and since it was not an original part of the guitar?.

  9. There is an interest amongst the members of the Forums as to whether or not your ‘black’ and ‘brown’ Strat pickups can be provided as stacked humbuckers [noiseless] so as to be used with the Clapton TBX/MDX circuit.

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