For the past couple months I've been working on a build based on the Supro Dualtone I've built several partscasters, but this is the first time that I made the body from scratch and my first spray finish! The body shape is based on the Supro Dualtone. The wood is poplar because it was cheap and readily available, but interestingly I've read that Supro sometimes used poplar on certain guitars. The finish I did with Duplicolor color cans and Spraymax 2K poly clearcoat. I was going for the look of Fender's mercury finish, but ended up with a much wider burst pattern. The pickups are Supro vistatones (one from Supro, and one from Roadhouse pickups), which despite the look are not humbuckers, but a unique single coil design that's closer to a p90. The knobs are volume, treble, and bass cut as found on certain Reverend and G&L guitars. Hipshot bridge and locking tuners. The neck is from Warmoth; modern construction, bloodwood with an ebony fretboard and block inlays, 1 11/16 tusq nut, compound radius, SS frets, 59' roundback profile. The 59' shape is really comfy! She's a heavy one weighing in at just over 10lbs, but has very good sustain/resonance. The tone is nice and fat and has p90-like growl/bite but also has strat-like sparkle/brightness to it. I'll have to fiddle with adjusting the pickups to find where they sound best.