I've been meaning to post this for almost 2 months. During last summer, I saw pics of a new Fender model which they called the "Magico Telecaster." They weren't available then, but I really liked the funky design. So in about September, I commissioned Bob Logan to build a similar guitar for me. She's a thin-line T-style, and the back is a one-piece hunk of mahogany which a client who owned a high-end hardwood lumber company gave me in about 1990. The front is ash which Bob supplied. The neck is lightly flamed maple with a rosewood board with a profile similar to a '59 Les Paul. The control plate is '55 P-Bass, and the pick-ups are inexpensive GFS goldfoils. (I used GFS foil "p-90's in a cigar box guitar I built, and liked them.) The tuners are locking "Gotoh Magnum Lock." All pots, switch, and jack are top quality. Bob doesn't use grain-fillers, and the wood grain shows gloriously through. She is light, resonant, sounds really cool and is a blast to play. And she is hand-made, with great components at the price of a Mexi-Fender. Bob Logan brings new meaning to "bang for the buck."