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JB6464

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Here is my custom built Tele Deluxe with humbuckers and a Floyd Rose tremolo .
Warmoth Mahogany body with Quilted Maple top dyed in teal with natural binding , the Performance strat neck I bought in Hollywood is maple with a Ebony fretboard , 6105 frets and 1 3/4" nut .
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musicman1

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Mine was put together in 1984 by a great friend and mentor of mine. Its essentially a 21 fret ESP vintage neck w 7.25 radius on a ESP alder body. Kahler pro trem. All painted black w black hardware. Its had many sets of pickups but currently back to EMG sa s with a master vol and tone and a mini switch to add the neck pickup to the mid/bridge or just the bridge. Still has the original vintage frets. Ive played this gtr on hundreds of gigs.
 

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Gclef

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My two:

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Tele- alder body w/spalt top, mahogany/ebony fatback neck, 6130 frets, harmonic design vintage plus pickups. Built in '98. I was browsing their in stock section and fell in love with the body, so I had to buy it. It competes volume wise with the clapton circuit with the volume on ten (its loud....and awesome). This has my favorite neck tone ever.

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Strat - chambered alder hardtail body with a maple/maple neck, ss 6105 frets, 59 carve, lace holy grails thru a clapton midboost circuit. I have a Fishman trem battery pack installed for ease of battery power. Built in '08.

This guy has been my number 1 since I built it.
It doesnt have that typical fender strong attack. It leans a bit towards a semihollow vibe in its slower and warmer attack. It weighs 6.25 lbs.
 

CanuckChris

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I have a few partscasters and they’re all great players:



IS the dragon on the V painted or a decal? Either way, very cool (as are the other guitars)

I've made four. All of them with bodies and necks from USA Custom Guitars.



Although I'm not a lefty, thinking about it, building partscasters really opens up a lot more options for lefties. At least other than "left-handed available in black only" :)
 




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