Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by badcat_dk, Oct 13, 2006.
Got my Callaham T Model this Monday
Shot some pics today
Wow! Nice axe!
That is hot. I love it. Enjoy her.
very nice! love that color too!
Very Sweet.... would love to try a Callaham one day.
Very nice! How's it sound?
so, alder body? brazy board perhaps? neck shape/size?
what are the specs?
How long did you wind up waiting?
That is slick, LOVE me some Teles!
Congrats! Looks great
I never would have thought it, but that is a REALLY nice color for a tele!
Get these pictures onto the Quest for perfect tele "boutique" adventures thread. Let's make this the definative top tele read!
Beautiful guitar! Just curious, what is the color? Web browsers always make colors look a little different but that looks like it could be anything from Candy Apple Red to a metalic orange. I ask because I'm starting to decide on the specs for my next guitar which will be a Tele and your guitar is the coolest red I've seen.
looks like a copper metallic over here. What a stunning instrument. If it sounds even half as good as it looks, you have a winner
The very best Strat I ever played was one of Bill's back in the early 90's.. That thing was awesome. Your guitar looks cool, but Bill still needs a good logo for those headstocks. For all the time he puts into making these great guitars that hobby shop lettering makes it look cheaper than it should look.
Thank you guys, for all the kind words! :AOK I haven't been near my computer all weekend, so I'll try to answer all the questions now.
Sounds awesome!!! Sweet, warm, balanced tone
She just rings and rings! Could not be happier!
Body: One piece alder body, Candy Apple Red.
Neck: Brazillian rosewood, '58 Soft Vee, straight maple (no curly or tiger grain), 10" radius, medium size frets.
Hardware: Stainless Steel saddles, Late 50's Flat Top Knobs, 3 ply mint green pickguard (8-hole), Fralin pickups.