The mighty Lindert Skyliner. Bought the neck, body and pickguards (three different ones; he was very generous) from Chuck Lindert, himself, and got the rest from various places and people online. Schaller bridge, Wilkinson EZ Lok tuners, neckplate and pad from Stew-Mac. Right now I'm using a VZ Blues in the neck, a VZ Rock in the bridge, an FAS in the middle, with a Deaf-Eddie Fat-O-Caster switch as well as the CTS standard 5-way. I have a couple Epi humbuckers in another pickguard with a Deaf-Eddie Five-Way for Telecasters switch in it ( neck, both in-series, both in-series/out of phase, both in-parallel, bridge). I'm planning to get a pair of hb-sized P90s from Vintage Vibe, or maybe just cutting the last (blank) pickguard for the regular P90 holes. It's a little heavy, and it's annoying to have to remove the neck to adjust the truss rod, but I'm not selling. It's semihollow. Fabulous, "Escape Velocity" asymmetric neck, and the body is made from "Toneyte," something similar to Masonite. It's a tone monster. Cost about $400 and another $75 or so for my tech to get everything adjusted better than I could. Got lucky on the cost, but I got all the pickups used from other players.