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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by TheTransient, Jan 3, 2011.
Just got this one finished finally, so here it is! I really love this one.
Tell me about that neck pickup!
It's a Lollar Charlie Christian neck pickup. Bridge pickup is a Lollar Vintage-T.
Here is me sweetie
Thanks! An italian guy who calls himself "Blaster", and apparently is known for his pinstriping skills. I got it done at a Hot rod/Custom car event my band played in Switzerland.
58' Tele with autographs
pic was upside down ill try later
All I have to say is....wow!
Do you sell pickguards like these? If not, who sells them? I would like to have such a pickguard for my esquire.
Here's my unique "telecaster"
sorry for the crappy pics, the camera on my phone is not the greatest
Marvin, my mahogany/cedar thinline
there was a guy on my local craigslist selling a tele neck with that same truck-tire-flap girl on it....would have gone with this guitar perfect.
The P90 Caster...
Here are a few
Jayswear already knows I love his guitar, ha. Here's mine:
(excuse the puppy )
I think we need some details bout this badboy
Telecaster/Les Paul Special inspired guitar
Locking Gotoh Tuners
Birdseye Maple neck
-1 11/16" nut
-Tonar TV White finish
Custom Roadhouse (TroubledTreble) Humbucker
Custom Roadhouse (TroubledTreble) T-90 pickup (tele/p90)
Custom-designed pickguard (4 ply)
Glendale Blackguard bridge
Glendale Twang-plus saddles
Mark Rutter Angled tele plate
Allparts black bell knobs
3-ply jack plate
I would say mine is unique. SX Ash, refin'd in tru-oil, stealth p90 under the cowhide, 4-way switch. I did the engraving with a dremel. Roasted around the edges. Guard reads as "rockin' 69" in cattle brand lingo - kind of a tribute to my uncle Duke, who I understand had brand registered when he was a stock contractor for the rodeo circuit.