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Hmm, I guess I should pile on the anti-bound tele thread:lol:
I suppose you could slack them up enough to apply it under the strings, but it would likely get on them anyway.
Sorry, this doesn't really add much to the discussion but the soldering on that switch does not inspire confidence in the tech's work.
You should be able to go thicker than 1/8" as long as you angle the ends of the slot to allow the arm to fully engage at 1/5 positions. Worst case...
Why not the fretboard too? I did my complete neck on the Squier.
The shoe polish trick works. Tried it on the day-glo white neck on a Squier Tele and it came out nice. Just wipe some on, let it sit about 5...
They have a few in stock but you better move fast because they never last long.
I love the look and keep them on for some stuff, but they always come off at some point. Good thing it just takes seconds to change.
Yep, my Teles all have the skinny Fender straps
This, exactly. Think this through before hacking away at that body.
Brookdale is the next town over. Well, 'town' is a bit generous.
OMG, that is local. I'm tempted to have him meet me, so I can beat him with it.
CRL not CTS
Obviously they are in no way the same thing. My point is that you aren't going to learn everything you need to know just by watching a youtube...
Completely disagree. Soldering is a skill that takes practice. There have been countless threads here featuring cold solder joints and people...