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Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by davec629, Jan 20, 2021.
I wish they made two piece pickguards for thin lines. I had to hack my own.
Thanks. My first hollow tele.
Sweeeet! We need more pics...specs...
Beautiful grain pattern in the wood there!
what kind of pickups you get in there?
Dig it. The world needs more green guitars.
Alder body with a ash top, Duncan 53 tapped bridge pickup, seperate bridge and pickup ring. Rutters straight comp saddles, unknown neck pickup and a Richie Kotzen neck. I'm thinking of getting a pickguard with no pickup route and mounting a Duncan Secret Agent pickup in it. Any thoughts? Thinline esquire?
I havent drilled any screws in it yet. Im having hand problems and this build has taken a long time.
If you're looking for suggestions... I was talking about 'broadcaster wiring' on another thread. I've been enjoying that on one of my guitars lately.
The green body look great
Love the green!
Do you mind if I ask...why the 2-piece pickguard?
Looks pretty cool...
Nice DaveC. I just finished these two. The fretless was kind of born out a mistake I made with the f-hole.
Great job. Hope your hands heal well and soon.
So I dont have to take the neck off to get the pickguard on and off to wire it up.
I have diabetic neuropathy with really bad problems with numb fingers and nerve pain. I cant hold a pick but if Django made it work then maybe I can do something too.
Nice job. She looks beautiful. I feel your pain on the hand issues. I have nerve damage in my fretting hand that makes my pinky almost useless and causes general weakness. I've gone to using a set of 7s on most of my guitars as a result. It helps.
Has anyone made a kind of reverse Esquire Thinline? By that I mean instead of one bridge pickup, just a neck pickup. Maybe a p90. Kind of a jazz box tele.
I'm OK with having the smaller guard. Can show more of the nice wood.
Not normally a green-guy but that one is sweet!