Ok here is my latest addtion.. a Warmoth Lime Green Telecaster. I wouldn't call it a build thread... maybe an assembly thread because I didn't personally make the body and neck. Specs: Warmoth Birdseye Maple boatneck with vinatage tint and stainless steel frets. Corian Nut Wilkinson bridge with compensated saddles. Bridge pickup: Dimarzio Tone Zone T Neck Pickup: Dimarzio Area T neck Body: 3.2 lb Black Korina Warmoth hollow t (hollowed like a honeycomb) Black Kornia has a similar tone to mahogany. Schaller Locking Tuners: satin finish Electromatic jack Dunlop Straplocks Pearloid Pickguard with Callaham stainless steel screws. Callaham control plate with heavy Callaham knurled knobs. Callaham ferrules. Fender Corona Neck Plate I ordered a preassembled control plate from Acme guitarworks.. I got 4 way tele wiring with the bottom tone pot being a push-pull that is a kill switch when pulled up. Nice touch Paint: Done by "PAINTGUY" from thegearpage.net. This is the second guitar that Larry has done for me and I can't express how cool this guitar looks. I am very happy with the finish and wouldn't hesitate to recommend him to anyone! I sent him a couple of pictures of a hot rodded motorcycle painted in Lime Green and he did his best to match the color. The color is "Kandy Lime Green Metallic" (Correct me on that if I am wrong Paintguy) and is very.. very "hey look at me" shiny! It looks cool as hell! The painted headstock is a cool touch and the fretboard is silky smooth! Weight: 6.5 pounds Sound: The guitar is a total rawk machine! The bridge pickup (Tone Zone T) sounds very thick. The guitar reminds me of a SG on the bridge pickup. I play Rock and Roll and this totally covers it. I am guessing that the very thick neck adds to the beef-e-ness of the guitar. The neck pickup is a Dimarzio Area T and is a great match with the bridge. With the neck pickup on the 4th position it combines the neck and bridge together.. and gives a Les Paul tone. The neck pickup sounds great clean. It can cop some great surf and SRV/Hendrix tones and with a simple tone knob adjust.. blusey neck pickup tones. The tele was fully shielded using Stew-mac copper paint and copper tape. The pickguard was shielded with copper tape as well. I used the star ground method to connect the cavities. The Dimarzio pickups are totally quiet by design. This is the only guitar that I have that is dead silent.. until you strike a chord. The first time I plugged it in I was wondering if I wired it wrong because it didn't make ay noise.. well.. until I struck the strings. Here are a few pics!