So I finally have a Tele type guitar in this Peavey Reactor that I inherited from my brother and finally got a setup and replaced the pickups so it's playable. As it has sentimental value I will most likely keep it, but it's not an incredible guitar, it's "good" I'd say. The main thing that restrains my ecstatic gushing would be the neck shape which is not exactly my favorite. It seems a bit wide and squarish. I'm not gonna mess with trying to replace the neck on it. I think my Squier Deluxe Jazzmaster has the nicest neck of any guitar I own. I have a semi hollow body Italia 2HB and I like its weight, so in the back of my mind I think one of: - Find a Tele Thinline that feels better neck wise - Have one built by a local custom builder at which point I could choose a neck contour and everything else. One guy makes T-types for $1500-$2000 (Keith Holland) and there's also Halo Guitars up the road that caters more towards metal styles but I messed around with their online configurator and got something roughly Tele looking for about $2500. Unclear if any of their poop options are WRHB. So I'm looking at Fender/Squier 60's (2 SC trad Tele type poops), 70s (2 HB) and Cabronita (P90) and G&L Bluesboy Semi-Hollow (MFD "Tele" bridge, HB neck) and probably some other types as well. I like the Tele sound of this Peavey for what it is. I'm not necessarily looking to have a Tele that sounds like a Les Paul or a Strat. But then again, just thinking about stuff, being open minded. All the Thinline demos I've watched so far on YT are more towards a crunchy rather than clean sound, so I figure people don't put 2HB on a Tele if what they mostly want is clean sounds. Just a guess. So tell me about your Thinlines and what type of music you play with them and any other reflections you may have!