My wife and I took a drive up to Lexington KY this past weekend to do some business with Travis at JW Van Guitars. He gave us a tour of his shop, and because of all the "ooh-ing" and "ah-ing" we were doing, we forgot to take a single pic! We picked up two guitars from him - a Duesenberg Starplayer TV Deluxe and a T-style that he built. Here are the specs on the Tele: - one piece figured mahogany body - nitro finish - Hipshot hardware - Lollar Royal T neck pup - Lollar J Street bridge pup - 4-way switch with regular and series wiring - flame maple neck w/ ebony fingerboard, 25-1/2" scale, 12" radius The aged pearloid pickguard really complements the paint job. The neck is nice and chunky, similar to a '50s Gibson neck. No left hand cramp from this guitar - thanks again, Travis! ....and let's not forget this gorgeous Duesenberg Starplayer TV Deluxe, in Crimson Red. I tried out a Duesenberg a few years back, and the tremolo just slayed me. I've had Fender, Bigsby, Squier, Callaham, Bladerunner - none of them compares to a Duesenberg trem. The guitar that it's attached to is pretty sweet as well! Because of the double f-holes, it sustains for a long time w/ no feedback. It sounds like a cross between a Gretsch and a Gibson. I like it!