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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by preeb, Feb 24, 2011.
I'll post a video.
Thanks guys (-;
That looks incredible!
The guitar is absolutely beautiful.
From where do you source your bridge? Or is it custom made?
Stunning Gil ,just stunning.......
I don't remember where I got it. It was a while back and I have a box full of the them.
My saddles come from a few sources, some are Mark's and some are my own.
Those are soft brass fully rounded for a warmer sound.
I do believe that is the finest sunburst I've ever seen.
Oh, and a belated happy b-day to you!
I'm glad you decided to avoid fret markers on that fretboard. The figure wood be ruined by those little dots.
Each Gil thread is a pleasure to read, this one is no exception, thumbs up!
I agree - it looks perfect as is.
This Thinline guitar looks like very beautiful!!!
Where do you get this nice b/w Binding Material?
This is my first post on this great forum ”I like it”, but my English is not so good but I work on it.
Greetings from Germany,
I am new here and I registered after reading the full 1959 Les Paul Build thread to only say that to you ! It' s purely brilliant. Thanks for sharing your creation with us !
:-O I'm in love
In other words: FANTASTIC!!!!
I am awestruck as usual! Amazing work Gil, that is one of the most beautiful guitars ever!
fantastic work as usual Gil! love it, doing a walnut burl thinline at the moment, hopefully it works out!
Thank you guys!
I'm glad you like it as this is not my usual historically accurate build thread and definitely not a Les Paul (-;
Here's a couple of other Teles builds completed this week, a 51 Nocaster in heavy relic and a 52 NOS "Unda da bed" Tele held under string tension for a week awaiting final setup.