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SurfGuitar101 Forums » Surf Music General Discussion »

Permalink Eddie Bertrand's Gear for sale, update list 6-17-2013, on page 5

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e-mail I recieved from Steve Soest, of Soest Guitars, and the Torquays


hey jeff- I’m working with eddie’s younger brother john bertrand to help him liquidate some of eddie’s old gear. he wants me to handle all the sales, so I’m in the process of compiling a master list of all the guitars, amps pedals, parts and accessories that will be available for sale. I’ll be showing some of the items at the pasadena guitar show on saturday, may 25th. please feel free to pass this along to anyone in the surf music community that you think might be interested ( surf museum mailing list, surf guitar 101, etc. ) they can contact me at this email address ( best way, then I’ll have the contact), or call the shop if they would like to receive the completed list of all the items. there are a lot of interesting instruments !

thanks,

steve soest
soest guitar
714 538 0272
soestguitar@earthlink.net

Jeff(bigtikidude)

Last edited: Jun 17, 2013 23:10:46

Cry I'd settle for just one of his picks or an old string Cry

seafoam_johnny wrote:

Cry I'd settle for just one of his picks or an old string Cry
+1

www.northofmalibu.com

Lets hope that the more important items find their way into a museum..

I certainly hope his guitar is kept safe and sound in an appropriate setting and NEVER ends up floating on eBay. Hopefully, before that occurs, the awesome folks at Fender will take his Jag, note the specs and make a Ltd. Edition Eddie Bertrand Jaguar. It would be a beautiful way to honor his contributions IMO.

DGG wrote:

I certainly hope his guitar is kept safe and sound in an appropriate setting and NEVER ends up floating on eBay. Hopefully, before that occurs, the awesome folks at Fender will take his Jag, note the specs and make a Ltd. Edition Eddie Bertrand Jaguar. It would be a beautiful way to honor his contributions IMO.

How great would this be!?

MadScientist wrote:

DGG wrote:

I certainly hope his guitar is kept safe and sound in an appropriate setting and NEVER ends up floating on eBay. Hopefully, before that occurs, the awesome folks at Fender will take his Jag, note the specs and make a Ltd. Edition Eddie Bertrand Jaguar. It would be a beautiful way to honor his contributions IMO.

How great would this be!?

I would move mountains and sell kidneys to own one.

Mike
http://www.youtube.com/morphballio

Sad to report that just about all of this will be sold to private parties never to be seen again. Lots of cool stuff. 2 fender Quad Reverb Amps. A Showman Some Gomez gear. His Jag. Some Strats. Have a list in Excel format but not sure how to post it.

Eddies magic wasn't in the gear. Those were just tools. It was in his soul, and he took that to heaven.

"And then... the last reverb crashed and summer ended, poof." Ferenc Dobronyi

Well Tim, I hope they can "lend" the guitar to Fender for them to clone it before it disappears forever. In a way, it (along with his music) kinda keeps Eddie's musical influence around. I believe this is important.
Just a reminder for us all....Eddie and More Eddie

Last edited: Apr 30, 2013 12:25:42

They belong somewhere like the Experience Music Project in Seattle...People need to see them but sometimes families need the $'s so what has to be done gets done.

www.northofmalibu.com

AN Excel document can usually be converted to PDF format and that can be posted pretty much anywhere.

Google Docs would work also.

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It'd be a shame if something wasn't preserved for the public to see. If not in California, then he's certainly worthy of the Hall of Fame in Cleveland, and they have deep pockets so it would help his family too, win/win.

Last edited: May 02, 2013 14:27:57

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So, how much is everything? I'm sure I can't afford much, but owning a piece of Eddie's career seems so amazing.

How much for the jag?

IMO.

Eddies guitar is priced slightly above $4000. As indicated in the first post, all inquires should be directed to
steve soest
soest guitar
714 538 0272
soestguitar@earthlink.net

Right. I emailed him the day this was posted, still haven't heard back.

IMO.

Please, someone donate the guitar to the HB Museum...

This is really a lot of stuff.
If the prices would be shown on the list it would be quicker to sell the equipment I think. I also really do hope that the guitar remain at the Museum.

Lorenzo "Surfer Joe" Valdambrini
(www.lorenzosurferjoe.com)

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