I got the idea to build a partscaster guitar after spending hours on several guitar forums including this one. The inspiration to build a Jazzcaster type guitar came after browsing the Warmoth site. Blending the cool offset body style with the classic Tele electronics sounded like a good idea! Since I already have a standard Tele and a neck humbucker one, I decided to go with a P90 in the neck position. Shipping costs and taxes to Europe are outrageous, so I got the body (swamp ash) from Guitarbuild in the UK. Downside is, they don't offer finishing the body. Since I don't have the talent or equipment to spray a guitar body, I went for the Wudtone finish (Azure Lagoon), which is easy enough to apply. The neck is an Allparts TRO-C finished in Tru-oil with a nitro finish on the headstock. Tuners are Duesenberg Z-Tuners. Pickups are a Zhangbucker “Lollipop” P90 and a Seymour Duncan “Jerry Donahue”. For wiring I decided to go with a reversed Tele control plate because I use the volume control quite often. The switch is a 4-way that includes both pickups in series in position 2. Overall, I'm very happy how this first build turned out. The guitar is easy to play and sounds great especially when combining both pickups. The finish is not exactly what I expected but looks good nonetheless. Guitar building is addictive and I'm already looking at parts for my next one!