I just snagged a guitar off CL that was simply listed as a telecaster. I spoke to the guy on the phone and he'd gotten the guitar from an estate some time ago, so that made the guitar at least 15 years or so old. After playing the guitar and liking the basic's of it, though it was a fixer for sure, I figured what the hay... I paid $170 for it and I figure I'll get an education. So I've got this guitar and I've broken it down. It turns out the neck and body are old Warmoth parts. The necks well worn and could use some cleanup on the frets, but overall it's nice birdseye maple. It seems it's an ash body and overall, the guitar is featherweight and quite resonant. The bridge pickup is a Duncan of some sort and the neck is unidentified and has no marking, just a brass/copper looking back. The route for the bucker isn't pretty, but it works and I've wanted a tele with a S/H setup for some time, so here we go. Questions: - The guitar has a 6 saddle tele bridge that's stamped Fender. Decent or not? Should I look into upgrading? - Anyone know what the Duncan pickup is? - The guitar's been taken apart a few times and some of the screws are too tight or too loose. Thoughts on how to remedy these issues? Is there a filler to use to create new holes with? That's about it for now. Any help appreciated!