Well, it's with Guitarists and guitars as it is with Women and shoes, one simply isn't enough and we all have our mainstays and treasured favorites. But there are always some which fall in between, ones that will have you go, Oh yeah I still own THAT one too. Today, after it spend nearly a year on the same stand in my bedroom I decided to give the "Boardcaster" a whirl. So what is the "Boardcaster?" Well it thanks its name from the fact that I made it out of my old pedalboard, I also made it to use up old parts I had lying around, such as the fingerboard and Trussrod which came from my broken Epiphone Les Paul Custom. So after having not used that one for quite some time, what are my findings? - I didn't remember it being that heavy, but then again I switched to playing smaller body types. - Biggest neck ever. I took the Boardcaster to several jam sessions not long after I finished building it and people were going "That thing is HUGE!" and after having played it for a while they'd go "But it plays like a dream." - The placement of the volume and the three way switch is perfect, on my two main guitars, the switch is in an awkward place, I need to mod them to have the switch in a space where it makes sense. OR I should bring out the Boardcaster out more often.