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Hi, how vintage accurate are Guitar Mill T style bodies? Router hump, neck pocket ledge, etc.?
Basically are they like an early Blackguard?
I have one. Blue sparkle!
That was outstanding!
Yeah! You can see it in the attached picture.
Very cool! Welcome -- and welcome to Chicagoland!
There's just something about Telecasters...
2-color sunburst for 350. What really got me was they do that little overhang on the neck pocket!
Anyone see these yet?
I have no affiliation with them. But...
Looks like there's not much activity for speaker cabs but I really need the funds after my car was wrecked so here goes...
For Sale is a Mesa...
He plays a telecaster, right?
I've got #2212!
0001 Redd Volkaert
0010 Dan Smith
0024 Jay Rosen
0027 John Peden
I just got my partscaster back from Chip at Music Gallery Inc. in Highland Park IL (if you live in the area this is the place to go...
Musikraft Blackguard neck, Warmoth vintage style body, Klein Broadcaster pickups
I call plainer look with a paisley pickguard.
I went to hobby lobby and got alphabet stickers for $1 for my guitar.
Sounds like a great plan. And if it doesn't work out then you can always get an inexpensive body to go with the extra neck!
I would use one of the Musikraft Blackguard necks if I were going to use a replacement.
I have a Broadcaster set in a new parts build that's still in the works. Can't wait to try them out!
I like the higher output and think it may be reminiscent of a P90 in the mahogany body. I think the high end will keep it from getting too muddy.
I've got a mahogany tele in the works and I like what I've been reading about the Fender Custom Shop Texas Special pickups.
I think I like it better with the black pickguard.
This book looks so cool!
I think the image of the neck profiles may be a new addition?