Musikraft Korina Tele body - was routed for a standard single coil Tele bridge - me and Mr. Forstner bit made it a humbucker route
Warmoth Korina neck - Cocobola fingerboard - big boatneck profile - medium jumbo frets
Body and neck are both finished in gunstock oil
Warmoth single-ply pickguard
Neck pickup is a Benedetto B-6 - this is a brilliant pickup - it was designed a jazz pickup but it works for anything - it is fat, warm, articulate - I love it
Bridge pickup is a Duncan Little '59 - meh. I think I'll change this. I have a Barden that might work in this. I didn't like the Barden in Ash - it was too bright. But since Korina is nice pretty warm it might work.
It's hard for me to compare this to other Teles. The electronics are quite different than a traditional Tele so it's tough to compare. This guitar has a very thick tone. It's very loud and resonant unplugged. I will be switching the bridge pickup out soon so it'll be a little easier to compare.
Might I suggest a pickup? Even if it's just an experiment, you owe it to yourself to try a Dimarzio Area T. IMO, these are some of the best pickups made... period. Plus, when you switch from your neck bucker, you won't receive the 60 cycle beast. The noiseless "single coil" debate was put to rest by Steve Blutcher with these beauties.