After seeing a picture on another thread I've got GAS for a Tele with only a neck humbucker, but also a shorter scale neck. It's to have no control plate (only need tone and volume pots of course) so I'm thinking a bit like a Cabronita with the cavity on the back and just the pots showing on the front. I've found a UK supplier that can supply a body which would be their Cabronita model, but with the bridge pup route deleted and the neck pup route made bigger for a standard humbucker. The only issue is that I can't seem to find a UK supplier of a 'conversion' 24.75" scale neck (like the ones Warmouth do). I have small hands and prefer the shorter scale neck of my Epiphone LP compared to my 25.5" Squier Tele and Strat guitars. I've been debating getting a forth guitar as a 50th birthday treat next year which would need to be different from my Epi LP, Squier Tele and JV Strat. I was initially looking at a Gibson SG type (for the shorter scale) with P90s for a variation in sound to the others. However I love the look of this Tele and I'm sure the combination of the humbucker and shorter scale should give a variation on the Tele sound I have already. The whole idea has spiralled from reading this thread: http://www.tdpri.com/forum/telecaster-discussion-forum/491917-telecaster-only-neck-pickup.html Mine would be all white, possibly a white pick guard too and a '57 classic Gibson humbucker 4 wire pup (I need to check on string spacing in case I've overlooked something there). Possibly a push/pull switch for coil tap on the volume and a TBX control for the tone, using standard chrome Telecaster knobs. Probably a maple neck with a skunk stripe, though perhaps I should consider a rosewood finger board to further distance it from my (modified) Squier Tele and JV Strat. Just need to sort out the neck situation and I think it would be a great project and a little different to what I could buy in the shops (surely half the point of a home assembled guitar).