So I was out in the shop minding my own business (installing a p/u ring on my tele) when one of my jazz playing buddies walked in with three Gibson cases. He said the tone pot in the old 335TD (I think its a 1962) finally died - I had squirted contact cleaner in it a few months ago but figured it was on its last leg - could I replace it? And the 335Dot (I think its a 1990) needs a setup. And oh, yeah, there is something wrong with the nylon string Chet Atkins solid body but I can't remember what it is, can you fix it? The Chet was pretty easy - the volume pot was noisy and intermittent - contact cleaner to the rescue. Tied some new strings on it, replace the battery and I think it will be OK. (Interesting guitar, sent some pictures to Moodivarius since he is building something sort of similar). The 'burst was a pretty straight forward setup - the relief way huge and I really hate torquing on a Gibson style truss rod. Every time I do it it reinforces my decision to use double acting rods. The old black one (actually has some really cool wood grain that shows thru the finish) requires fishing the wiring harness out thru the f-hole and I need to psych myself up for that. In the mean time, I brought the Chester and the 'burst in and put them next to the tele with the new ring - got to play them all tonight. Life is pretty darn good.