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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by kingoflimbs, Jul 2, 2016.
let's see your tribute guitar or bass alongside the original (telecaster or otherwise)
That is one of my favorite builds on this forum! Remarkable work...
One day I plan to make a tribute to Jerry Garcia's "Alligator" Strat . And maybe David Gilmore's "Black Strat."
My John Lodge Telecaster:
In a more generic sense, I turned my Squier into a nocaster tribute. It was originally a black and white Affinity with modern hardware and wiring.
Does this count? My tribute to the best car in the world: A Shelby Cobra car
Ok here's my Jerry Garcia tribute guit
ar in stock form. It's a Phred. I have the brass to to replace the pickup surrounds and Dimarzio DP104s ready to go in it. It just plays and sounds great as is.
A nod to Steve Cropper
This is my Keith Urban / 40th anniversary tele tribute. I built the body and still plan on building a flamed neck and changing to golf hardware.
Here's my Prince tribute:
That top is beautiful!
Looks better than Keith's..
I have the same chicken next to my fireplace...
Groaner of the day= I guess wear a couple of real chicken pickers!
Only signature because it's unique and matches my amp!
SX Liquid - $140 new
Two comments - the George Harrison tele - unreal - and you did that for $210? How did you find rosewood so cheap?
The Prince tribute - just awesome. I want to do one of those. I've heard that the pick guard is hard to find. Any thoughts as to where one might come across one of those?
And - I did a Frankenstein build (along with 1,000 other people):
The $210 Challenge did not have to include the price of the wood..
EDIT: Oops! Nope... I mis-remembered that!
*** Body Lumber - Primary - rosewood - ebay 35.00
*** Body Lumber - Secondary - leftover maple - ebay 1.30
*** Neck Lumber - rosewood - ebay 10.33
*** Skunk Stripe Lumber - leftover maple - ebay 0.50
The rosewood was a great big long 2 by 4, and a couple small pieces of 4/4.
I milled it with a straight edge and flush cut router along with a table saw.
I had enough left over to build a couple other rosewood necks.
OldGloryCaster had a neck made out of the leftovers.