I've just started ordering stuff for my first tele build. I've got a nice maple neck, u-shape and nitro, 9,5 radius. Great neck. I'm waiting for arrival of the body. A medium weight Swampash, unfinished. But now to the fun stuff. I'm thinking of a reversed bridge. I play lefty but think I'm gonna order a righty bridge. I just realized that tele bridge sound is about getting those insane icepick trebles on the light strings under control, and still not get boominess on the heavy strings. Thinking of this the bridge pickup on a traditional tele is tilted the wrong way; for more treble on the light strings and in the other end more boominess on the heavy ones. So why not try the switcharoo? This way the neck will tilt the oposite direction: less treble on the light strings and less boominess on the heavy ones. This sounds really great the more I think about it. Have any of you tried this and/or whats your take on it?