I just thought I would post a few pictures of my new P90 Telecaster, it's the first time that I have built a body from scratch. I bought the body blank and a set of Telecaster templates off of eBay a few years ago, and they have just been sitting around unused in my basement. I guess I had just been waiting for some inspiration to do my first scratch body build. Well, I started to get the itch after seeing all of the cool P90 Telecaster threads popping up here lately. Then a few months ago a strangely colored green wood base showed up on my desk that was in need of a screen printed logo. I then asked the production manager if he could get some into from the customer on it, as using it for a guitar finish immediately popped into my head, a few days later a full can of the stuff magically appeared on my desk. And then a few weeks later I had a new guitar! I'm really happy with the end result, the color seems really unusual for a guitar. It's kind of funky and restrained at the same time. I apologize in advance to anyone who is offended by 1/4" edge round overs, sculpted neck heels, non-traditional pickup configurations, and forearm and tummy cuts. A few details / specs: 1. Green alder Telecaster body with Strat forearm and back contours. 2. Chrome Hardware (yes those are skull knobs) 3. Cream GFS P90 Pickups 4. Wilkinson Tele Bridge with Compensated Brass Saddles, With the Baseplate Cut Down like the GE Smith Signature Tele. 5. Neck Mounted with Ferrules and a Contoured Heel. (This came about as the result of a mistake on my part) 6. Suicide Switchplate w/ A 4-way Switch for Standard Tele Options + a Series Option and a Mini Toggle to Bypass the Volume and Tone for a Full on Bridge Tone. 7. For the Neck I'm just going with a Mitey Mite Maple Tele Neck that I had Laying around. I figured if the build went well and the guitar sounded great, I would order a nice Warmoth neck at some future date. Although the neck seems pretty good, I think I will be keeping an eye on the Warmoth showcase.