Thought I'd share pics and details of my new tele project. Body is 3lb 12oz lightweight 2-piece ash from Warmoth. The neck is also Warmoth maple + rosewood total-vintage construction with SRV carve and 6105 frets. It was all finished and aged by my good friend who I swap labour with for amp work. It's really hard to get a decent pic of the blonde finish in the sun but it's really nicely done. Pickups are Lollar Special-T models and the bridge and tuners are Callaham. The only difficulties I had during assembly were two screws snapping in half when half driven into the neck wood... argh... which means they are staying there for now. One tuner screw and the string tree screw. I made the nut myself and it tunes and intonates up nicely. Plays so well it's silly. CTS pots and CRL switch plus an old black Sprague .022 tone cap. Sounds: Great! Not as brash sounding as my MIJ 52RI Tele but it's good with loads of output and clean to mean via the volume/tone controls. Killer! It'll get a good workout this week with the band which is the real test.