Hello! I recently took delivery of this beauty. IMG_20170107_084642 by Wolfhaus posted Jan 7, 2017 at 9:25 AM IMG_20170107_084433 by Wolfhaus posted Jan 7, 2017 at 9:25 AM IMG_20170107_084513 by Wolfhaus posted Jan 7, 2017 at 9:25 AM IMG_20170107_084700 by Wolfhaus posted Jan 7, 2017 at 9:25 AM IMG_20170107_084910 by Wolfhaus posted Jan 7, 2017 at 9:25 AM This is my first tele. I must say I have never played anything better than this. The wait was well worth it. I originally wanted the vintage 3-barrel bridge, but I am thrilled with this Rio Grande stainless steel for a more modern look and intonation purposes. I am also possibly an ex-strat player, so the six saddle configuration is a more familiar concept. The neck is a Fat C profile. I don't have any measurements, but it is probably just about an inch at the 1st fret and a little thicker at the 12th. The body is 1-piece swamp ash. I don't know the weight but it's the lightest guitar I own. Probably 7ish lbs. if I had to guess. The bad news is this thing hates my apartment. Acoustically it sounds great, but plugged in it is almost unplayable. I have tried every outlet, every room, every playable orientation, turned off circuits, dimmer lights, computer monitors, TVs, fluorescent lights. Nothing eliminated the hum except for if I hold the thing upside down over my head in one spot in my living room. When I took it to the rehearsal spot and plugged her in, the glory was unleashed. Quiet as a mouse. Unfortunately, I am not at the rehearsal spot the majority of the time and do most of my playing at home. I guess I will have to think about some noiseless options if I want to do any home recording, or get one of those Teeter inversion tables to help get to the sweet spot. Cheers!