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Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by DrPepper, Oct 10, 2018.
Single pickup variety please... How many have the bridge pickup wired directly to the output jack?
I have four of them. Here are a few pics of one of them. I'll post the others shortly.
That's a nifty case too.
I have only one with a rosewood fretboard.
This one has a Desert Sand finish with a red tortoise pickguard, in a tweed case. Sorry for the glare in some of the pics.
I have two. Can't seem to find photos of one of them.
This one's a GFS pawlonia body with a Squier neck. Babicz FCH bridge, GFS Lil' Puncher pickup. I've since added a Hipshot B-G bender.
Here is #4, finished in Faded Sonic Blue (looks white in the photos due to bright sunlight outside today) with a maple neck.
That's all I got!
As far as wiring goes, all four of my Esquire partscasters are wired in the traditional manner. I rarely use the rearward position on the 3-way.
Really nice. Again, lovely grain.
I've built three parts-squires over the years. The most recent was sold a few months ago as part of my down-sizing campaign. It's a maple body mated to a 1959 Telecaster neck, Wilkinson top-load bridge, Gotoh vintage tuners, and Reilander triple-tapped pickup. Nice player, and I miss it, but the 25 1/2" scale was a little oversize for my arthritic hands.
Omg, I have you for showing me this! Haha
What is this exactly??? I need it now.
I was gonna say damn nice in all white, you can make out the blue in the last pic though. Nice job.
I sent you a conversation message with all the details about that guitar. If you have any questions, please message me back.
Squier neck, threw a junker together of ONLY parts I already owned. Almost done with it!
The one in my avatar... standard 3 way, except for the front position being the noted “half cocked” sound...actually quite useful.
This is the wiring I have. The Eldred mod in the forward position. I find all 3 positions useful. I really like my back position. I have the Seymour Duncan Stl1, I believe, the ‘54 with the raised poles.