PG's Brett Petrusek is On Location at the 2008 Arlington Guitar Show, hanging with Jimmy Wallace. In this clip, Jimmy shows off what is probably one of the most significant modern Fender guitars in the world... serial number 0001 from the Custom Shop. Made in 1987, it is the first Custom Shop guitar ever. It also happens to be the first Fender double-neck ever made (Strat & Tele!). Jimmy also shows Brett some killer Pauls.



PG's Brett Petrusek is On Location at the 2008 Arlington Guitar Show, hanging with Jimmy Wallace. In this clip, Jimmy shows off what is probably one of the most significant modern Fender guitars in the world... serial number 0001 from the Custom Shop. Made in 1987, it is the first Custom Shop guitar ever. It also happens to be the first Fender double-neck ever made (Strat & Tele!). Jimmy also shows Brett some killer Pauls.

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