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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by ecoli, Aug 1, 2014.
That is sick cool. Love the grain in the neck!
That's sweet Chris , neck profile looks great , the whole thing looks great , I'll bet it thunders !
Wow, that's lovely! Very well-executed. Congrats!
I bet the mare bridge pickup sounds great; I put a tapped bridge pickup of his(5.7 & 10k) in my recent Hondo partscaster.
I've been wanting one for a while but $6,000 for the Fender CS model is out of my range.
That is one lovely guitar. Congrats.
Very nice indeed, but I see philips heads.
Wow. I didn't see the stripe at all at first and wondered quietly "one piece? how the..?". But now I see it in the last pic. That guy does nice work. Is that a removable maple plug for the truss rod adjustment? I like the modified half guard as well. Great Tele.
Real pretty, congrats.
Thanks again guys. Yes, there was no way I could afford the CS one either, or would pay that much
Thanks Herb, your builds were a huge influence and help, so thanks again for helping me with some of the technical questions. The sustain on this is something else as is the weight. I pick up my strat now and it feels like a load of bricks
Yep. And it has a truss rod, and tuner ferrules, and electrosocket, and... As I mentioned, some things were changes more for convenience. I wanted the overall look, but didn't go for an exact replica like what Herb built. I can live with the Philips heads
Yeah, I was really impressed too. The colour and grain are perfect matches, it's just missing the bit of flame, but at a glance, you can't tell.
Nope, that's just the plug at the headstock end. It's adjusted at the heel end.
Cool. Clips, clips!
I'll also say, as others have, that I'm not much of a snakehead fan either but I love white guitars. This one has a decidedly vintage flavor you you put it together with a bunch of great parts. I like it a lot! Good job!
Hngd day to you!!
boy that is one nice guitar!!