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We have a few bald eagle nests around where I live. Truly majestic birds.
How did they mount the camera?
Sweet looking Tele!
Mine weighed 7 pounds 1 ounce.
Loaded Texas Tea Tele body with a Warmoth flame roasted maple neck.
Texas Tea for sure.
Very nice! I really like the pickups. The tone from my Ultra Tele can get pretty thick, which I like.
I have it in the same color, just with a...
Looks great! Nice selection of parts, it comes together well.
Yea Teles are so easy to put together in a night - really working man style in that way
Building partscasters is fun. It becomes a good guitar in the details and in the setup. Someone said above, don't waste money on cheap crap. So...
Here are a couple pics of the Strat version I had.
Second one kind of shows the lavender hue
Looks great. It's the ash wood giving it that hue in lower light. In bright light it'll be more a gray hue.
I had the Strat version of that same...
Very nice, the American Pro 2's are awesome.
New strings and check the nut. Get some graphite lube for the nut if you don't have some.
Oh, and try not to hammer them in. They are press in. Impact from hammer can damage stuff and knock the ferrules out of round.
Take the head of...
There are a couple different sizes. The most common Fender American/Mexican one is 5/16". Asian bodies may use a different size.
Those standards were great guitars. Enjoy!
Great color combo. Very commanding and stately.
Finished it up! I agree, the bridge holes would've benefited if they were about 1mm or so back. I was able to intonate but it got tough to turn...
Will do. Did you use the hipshot bridge? I ended up taking a little material off the neck pocket floor to have the neck sit a bit lower
Decided to keep it and make it my main versatile axe. Going to put Suhr Thornbuckers in it and wire it so I can get the same splitting/series...
Still liking it??
Man that looks perfect as is.