Actually, I've been fairly busy - but yesterday got hit with the "Covid-19 Downtown Lockdown Blues" © (wow - what a song name - better slap a copyright on it!) That had to be it, because there's no *sensible* reason for doing this! why else I would have done this: I have an old, discontinued (from what I gather) Higgins "Peg Bender". I used to have it on my Variax but got tired of the VERY short throw and "on off switch" feel. So it's been laying around at least 6-7 years. I stumbled on it poking randomly through "gadget drawers" due to sheer boredom. Hmm - Weird Peg Bender. Hmm - I have a weird Fender "Alternate Dimension" Tenor Tele. Why not! Of course I had to replace ALL the tuners with Klusons/adapter bushings to get it to fit...and one ended up a little "off kilter" just to fit. Yes, I *do* know how to install tuners in a straight line! And setting the throw (I have it in "Chicago" tuning - an octave higher than a stock guitar's top 4 strings) turned out to be a major project, requiring some creative mounting! But amazingly I didn't have to adjust the "pull" cable that attaches to the strap at all, the throw (about 5/16" - and those of you that play benders know anything under 5/8" gets kind of dicey.) My "main squeeze" - "The Terminator" - is a 7- pound wonder-a '69 reissue Tele body, actual '69 Mitey Mite neck, 1968 Fender bridge, Velvet Hammer pickups with 12+ tonal options - half of 'em boosted to overdrive the amp...and a beautiful one-off Evans Pull String...currently set to a 1" pull) But the short pull actually feels OK with such a small guitar, and it's a hell of a lot of fun as a "Noodling while on the couch binge watching some series on Netflix" instrument I need to hunt for a couple more, for a little Yamaha acoustic and a National Res-Glass acoustic!I can't think of anything else that would work! I just hope THEY won't be 6 hour projects! And I'm a tech?? The last pic - The Tenor next to my Baritone Pull String - gives you an isead of the difference in body sizes!