Yet another Partscaster Story…

Tonefree

Gold Supporting Member
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Hi all, been building theses for awhile now, this is my first MJT body. Really nice relic job on this. Will be using aged parts and plastics on her. Picked up a Lashing guard awhile back and am waiting on 2012 American Standard Rosewood neck to arrive next week some time. Will drop a set of Ellis 64’s in Her and then She’ll be set. More to come. Hope all have a Great and safe Fourth!

Cheers, TF…

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coltonius

Señor Member
Silver Supporting Member
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Hi all, been building theses for awhile now, this is my first MJT body. Really nice relic job on this. Will be using aged parts and plastics on her. Picked up a Lashing guard awhile back and am waiting on 2012 American Standard Rosewood neck to arrive next week some time. Will drop a set of Ellis 64’s in Her and then She’ll be set. More to come. Hope all have a Great and safe Fourth!

Cheers, TF…

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Love the color combo! Assembling partscasters is a ton of fun and a great way to get what you want without paying FCS prices.
 

VaughnC

Silver Supporting Member
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Yup, built many, and partscasters are fun and you learn a lot...but you don't know what you have until that first note is played. Good luck on that first note...but take your time with the fret leveling and nut setup as that's where the action is;)!
 




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