Body: Ash with Burled Walnut Top- Supra-Tone Neck: Mahogany with Ebony fretboard- Warmoth 7.25" radius, 6130 frets, fatback profile, 1 5/8" nut width, bone nut Bridge and control plate: Gotoh (decided to topload and don't care what yall think, it kicks) Wiring: Fender Yosemite set (I like the bridge pu's flatness) with 250k CTS vintage taper wired to four way switch and using the 50's les paul wiring (seymour duncan forum) for the PIO vitamin Q tone cap. Parts: All genuine fender except where I mentioned. I just finished this build. It's supposed to have an Italian shotgun vibe, still have to get my 12 gauge knobs for it. Some CBS elements, as I have always been a fan of the big "F" branded parts. It started as a supra-tone body made of ash with a thin (1/42"?) walnut veneer. Very resonant. I filled it with a timbermate filler, sanded, stained the back and sides with a minwax stain called espresso to try to emulate the CBS color "mocha," then shot three coats of minwax rattle can laquer. Waited a month, wet sanded then shot two more coats. Waited again, then I wet sanded to 2k and hand buffed with turtle wax red and white. Neck is a Warmoth vintage style neck made of mahogany with an ebony board. That may seem like an odd gibsony combo for a tele, but I wanted a darker headstock to match the body, and I am not a fan of the crappy Indian rosewood being used. At $180 (IIRC) it's a great neck. I love the vintage specs with altered woods. Used the timbermate filler and a similar finish process, but wanted neck to have s thin finish so I used only about a can on it. This is not the first guitar that I have done finish work on (Gibson ES-345 and a LP Jr. refin), but it is my first true partscaster, and for under $700 I am thrilled. Kicks through my DR and my plexi. Still very tele like despite the neck woods, but has more mids than it would otherwise, obviously the walnut veneer is not a factor in how it sounds, so using this combination with an ash body is great. Ridiculous, tight low end too. My only complaint is it came out a but heavy, but I think it should given the theme and it feels nice to hold a heavy guitar every once in awhile. After all my number one is a 1976 LP Custom. It is truely one of the best sounding and playing guitars I have ever had the pleasure of playing, and I own some nice stuff! Will definitely be more in my future.