NGD pinecaster

ponycar

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Short scale Warmoth neck, flush fit output jack and string ferruls, Bootstrap pickups, bakelite guard. 6 lbs 3 oz.
 

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El Tele Lobo

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VERY nice! I love pinecasters...especially with a light enough finish on them that you can still smell the wood. Which Bootstraps did you choose? I love Ryan's pickups!
 

ponycar

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I have Extra Crispys in this guitar. I really like them. Well balanced, not too hot.
I prefer conversion necks in general. I've switched back and forth between 25.5 and 24 3/4 necks on the same body with several different guitars and although I hear a difference it's subtle.
 

ChicknPickn

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I usually steer clear of "tonewood" discussions, but I have one pinecaster, and it is super light and - - for lack of a better word - - resonant. It seems to be becoming my favorite Tele.
 

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