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Cool! Glad you guys are still finding this useful.
PM your email and I'll send you the AutoCad file.
Also, that's some great looking wood ya got there!
I built the gold top Tele jr that the OP posted. Here's a pdf file of that project. The Jr outline was taken from a 50's Jr and the tele guts are...
Well that's a pain. I have one on file but Adobe will not let me save it as a reduced size file.........
Hey Sean, sorry I can't help with the chassis. That one was a one off and the person that made it has moved on to other interest.
This has all the info you'll need and more. Including color recipes for the the cool vintage finishes you'd want....
Glad it helped. :grin:
Now that's cool!
Can you see it now?
Here is an H44 drawing I did based off a mid 50's Stratotone that I had for a little while. There is a scale marker on the page to double check...
easiest thing to do is take it to Kinko's and have them print if full scale. Bring a ruler with you and check the little scale I put on the drawing.
Here is a template I did for tele with a jazzmaster neck pup and bridge/trem.
Then only thing I might mention is that I always set the location...
This is what I used-
The steel sat under the...
It will work with a set of 13's as well.
Try this one.
You'll also need to add some neck angle to your build. The TOM is going to require more sting height.
As for locating the bridge. You might...
Actually, that's not an issue. It's a mod commonly used on Gibsons but works with Fenders as well.
Look up "50's wiring".
The specific gravity of Mahogany is ballpark 495-850. The specific gravity of Spruce is around 450. Not that different really.
With a trussrod...
I see two problems with your diagram. The output from the switch should be taken from the middle two poles. Not the outside poles as you have it...
Then the answer is no. It will not fit.
Has anyone built off of these drawings yet?
I noticed Scott's site was down as well. I just sent you an email with the drawings. Hope it helps.