I'm at the early stage of collecting the parts to put together a Telecaster. Ultimately, I want it to look like one that could have been bought around 1960, and played heavily by a teenager in a 60s Garage band, before eventually turning up here in the UK. I'm hoping to get a body from SCRelics, probably a Shell Pink over Sunburst, and with a level of relic to fit with that look I'm after. I just picked up a neck from FB marketplace that looked the part (to me anyway). The owner got it as part of a job lot about 5 years ago and didn't know where it came from or the specs. Now that I have it, I've checked and it's a slab rosewood, 7.25 radius, vintage frets, and what feels like a 60s C shape (about 20mm at the first fret and 23 at the 12th). About 9mm tuner holes. It doesn't look like there was any kind of stamp on it (unless sanded off). There might have been a logo on it at some point. Curved nut slot and the nut was worn out so I took it out and the bottom of it was pretty uneven so suspect it originally came without a nut, or it was replaced by an amateur. Thing is, it looks to me properly old rather than artificially aged. Might have had a logo on it at some point but not any more. I'm just wondering if anyone has any ideas on who might have made it? Or if any completed guitars might have come with a neck like that? Also any thoughts on what the finish might have been would be interesting.