I've wanted a tele with a neck humbucker for a long time. It always seemed like a cool idea and I finally pulled the trigger and bought parts to put my own together. It's an Allparts TMNF-Fat neck with the finish on the back sanded off then Tru Oil applied, no name vintage Kluson style tuners and a bone nut. Warmoth Tele alder body with a Minwax Golden Oak stain applied, then finished with a few thin coats of Minwax Wipe On Poly. Wilkinson licensed bridge with the three compensated brass saddles. The bridge pickup is a Cavalier Nocaster and the neck pickup is a Zhangbucker Telebucker 3. Standard three way switch with 250k volume and tone controls. I think I'm going to add a resistor so that the humbucker sees 500k and the bridge still sees 250k pot values. The neck is a little too warm, but with the pickups set at the current height they match in output. Finished pic first: I had them route out the middle position for a humbucker in case I wanted to experiment with pickups later: After staining (it's still wet here): The neck is really comfortable despite being an inch thick: Slightly washed out pics of the finished front and back, hard to get a decent pic: I accidentally ordered a three hole Brent Mason style control plate. I thought about using a two volume one tone setup, but my full size CTS pots wouldn't fit next to each other on the plate. So I plan on putting a standard two hole plate on, switching to chrome flat top knobs, getting a black 50s style top hat switch tip (the strat switch tip I had wouldn't fit), and putting a chrome cover on the humbucker for aesthetics.