I’m an intermediate level woodworker, I’ve mostly focused on humidors, jewelry boxes etc up to this point. Check out beaglecitywoodworks on insta if you wanna see what I’ve been up to. I came into some beautiful bookmatched quilted maple (pic attached) and over at sawmill creek the consensus was that the only way to do it proper justice was to build a guitar. Now I don’t play guitar, and honestly barely know how they work, but I bought a book, and I think with some help I can get through it. So my plan is as follows, mahogany body with a maple cap. Rear routed tele, no pick guard, and a warmoth neck (if this goes well, I’ll make a neck for my next one, but I want to keep it pretty simple). So what I was hoping for clarity on is what exactly I should pick up for pots, 3way, pickups, bridge, tuners, and other stuff (jack?, strap buttons?). I feel like I’m already in over my head, so I’m trying to keep afloat. just reading though this forum the past month it’s pretty easy to see that this forum is the perfect resource for this build.