I always loved the old Hamer Prototype/phantoms. When I had one, I thought they a good a job as anything to have Gibson and fender tones. I have always thought about building my own parts caster version. I have the later Phantom Duncan bridge single coil and the three coil pickup mounting ring. The later versions used a JB but I might use a Duncan 59. My thoughts are to use a mahogany Tele Paul body, with a,humbucker route in the bridge and a single coil route in the neck. Then rout the bucker route out to triple coil size. From my recollection, the neck single sounded pretty much like a strat neck pup. I have a line on a real Duncan phantom neck pup but I wonder if it is worth the premium as I have several good strat pups laying around I could use. I am thinking of using a warmoth mahogany conversion neck. The bridge will be a wraptail. Since this is following the spirit of the Hamer, any reason this will fail if I do my job?