Edit:Now with the correct photo!
So I followed an old wiring diagram I had laying around for this pickguard. Trouble is, I have no tone control...
Damn! Is that a cool guitar or what? Nice! I love how subtle the middle pickup is - hidden in that pick guard. Sooo cool! :cool:
That, literally IS my headstock logo! See post #14 above. ;)
See, I’ve never considered doing a partscaster for the cost savings. I do mine so that I can have all of the specifications that I prefer on my...
Recently? They're in England. I'm sure the shop is currently closed!
I'm a big fan of Rothko & Frost - they do it right!
The more I spend on parts, the better my partscasters sound.
That may come off as tongue in cheek, but there's definitely some truth to it....
You could always acquire rear loaded bodies to work on as well - eliminates the whole finding the right pick guard deal.
You could always buy the pair and then sell the one you don’t want on eBay or Reverb?
That's right! I got these 2 lovely beauties below for a Benjamin. Guess who's going to learn how to level, crown and dress his own frets?...
If you can hear it through the amp, it needs to be fixed.
Sweet looking Tele! That body is superb. :cool:
On this one I finally got all the specs I wanted. It is awesome!
Got the last pieces for my most recent:
I think its awesome! Nice score OP. At least it's not another 3 TSB Strat...
That is superb! Looking forward to the finished product.
I also had clear coated a throw away body my daughter painted. That kind of project is...
Love the neck!
Yeah - those are the Fralin vintage Tele pickups. N i’m not really sure what to think about them though. What I need to do is put them in a...
No - I've still got 2 Albert Lees. One is HH in powder blue and an MM90 in Autumn red burst sparkle. Although, the ones I assemble get most of...
Here are mine:
And this one is in the works! :D
Got a link to that thread?
I’ve got a nice iron - just lacking technique! Will do as you guys suggest - sand and then set iron to 725.
Anyone got some good tips on soldering to the bottom side of potentiometers? I do just fine with all the other soldering bits but when it comes...
That is seafoam. Surf is definitely lighter.