Looking to replace the barrel knobs that are on my Fender CS Relic Journeyman Tele that I bought last year. It's a sunburst 50's-ish tele (serial # on bridgeplate like up to 1953, but sunburst finish like they only did in '55 and '58). It also has barrel knobs that look more like early 60's tele knobs, so I thought I'd get something more 50's era-appropriate, i.e. some nice dome knobs. Since the guitar is a blend of early 50's and mid-50's parts/color scheme, I thought I'd just go with a set of Fender '52 tele dome knobs. Got them, started to relic them up a bit to match the guitar and realized after that they sent me 2 different knobs! Both are round, but one has a slightly flattened top, and the other is much more gradually domed, with no flattened top. So there goes $16 So now I'm looking to go with something from Mark Rutters-- at $50-55 for a pair of knobs (yikes!) It's either Rutters 1953 T knobs: http://ruttersguitars.com/rutters-1953-t-knobs Or Rutters Nocaster knobs: http://ruttersguitars.com/rutters-nocaster-knob Which do you think would look better on a 2-tone sunburst tele, single-ply white guard and maple neck? I know which I'm leaning towards, but curious to see what your opinion is. I'd be happy to just order some Fender Pure Vintage '52 knobs, but since the last set of knobs I got from Fender didnt' even match each other, I don't wanna take the chance on wasting more money... I'd rather just go with some boutique stuff.