I’ve had this odd broadcaster for awhile now and realize it’s not going anywhere. It just blows anything I’ve had away, I’ve had many custom shop telecaster/nocasters, this was just a step above them all. Now I had one of my good buddies over that I haven’t seen in years. We do a lot of gear talking. He picked this broadcaster up and immediately said “wow, what the hell is this”. He then said “how much” and I was like I really don’t know. I said it’s not for sale but then I kinda wondered what would it be worth, just curiosity reasons. What do you guys think? It’s a Chris Fleming built broadcaster, no truss rod, 1 piece ash, huge V neck, dated 2001, not sure on pickups, was told Alan Hamel but no clue. I put all the wiring back to a stock broadcaster. All natural wear and nice checking, nitro sinking in nicely, looks and feels “vintage” if that’s a thing. Anyway the catch is there’s no paper work, the signature was verified by fender but that’s all they said. I did my own research and Chris did a few of these for a guy that builds amps, they traded amps for guitars. I have a email and photo from a UK fender dealer with Chris at the 2019 NAMM show, the UK rep asked him about this broadcaster and he says yes he built it. Cool story but yeah a certificate would clear up any here say. Either way this to me is too notch build, so what do you guys think?