So I was bragging in the pub that I probably had enough parts to build a Tele, so the guys called me out and asked me to prove it. So I’ve done a dry run of said parts today and this is what I’ve got: - A CNC second alder body I bought on a whim (to be fair, for not a lot of money). I’ve drilled the jack cup hole and channel/wiring holes today. - An early Korean Squier Telecaster neck which I’ve fitted with Wilkinson vintage style tuners - A set of Tonerider Vintage Plus pick ups - A traditional Fender vintage bridge with Rutters steel ‘compensated’ Broadcaster saddles - A 5-way wiring loom which I bought on a whim from an eBay seller from the Ukraine. The total cost including shipping was not a lot more than I could buy the components individually and it’s very well done. - Miscellaneous; heavily knurled knobs, chrome switch tip, string ferrules, locking strap buttons, neck plate and neck screws, electrosocket and jack. - I’ve got a variety of pickguards but I’ve added the band logo pickguard for effect. The body needs sanding and finishing but I was right. Enough parts to build a whole guitar. I’m thinking a candy apple red nitro finish and it’ll make a nice guitar. Peter PS. The Thinline is a baritone tuned B-B.