- made right to sound, look, and feel right
- perfectly aged vintage style replicas
- lightweight, resonant, and alive!
- handmade custom pickups
- aged premium hardware
- light ash or alder body
- handmade bone nut
- aged Gotoh tuners
- thin nitro finish
- rock maple necks
- 6 different neck options
- bakelite or vinyl pickguards
- maple or rosewood fingerboard
- standard or custom wiring options
- blonde, butterscotch, or custom color
- see full details below for more information
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The 6 Neck Options:
There are 10 different necks here if you count the fact that 4 of them are available with maple OR rosewood fingerboards.   All maple fingerboard necks are solid, one piece necks.  Rosewood necks are 'slab board' except for the '62.'  All have heel adjusted single action truss rods.  The neck measurements listed here are estimates and can vary slightly due to hand sanding. 

The Standard:
-'C' neck profile
-7.25” radius
-Nut width 1-5/8”
-Rock maple neck
-.85” at 1st fret, .95” at 12th
-21 vintage frets .080" x .043"
-Maple or Rosewood  'board
The Soft V:
-Soft 'V' profile
-7.25” radius
-Nut width 1-5/8”
-Rock maple neck
-.90” at 1st fret, .98” at 12th
-21 vintage frets .080" x .043"
-Maple or Rosewood  'board
The Fat Boy:
-Fat "U" profile
-10” radius
-Nut width 1-5/8”
-Rock maple neck
-.98” at 1st fret, 1” at 12th
-21 tall frets .080" x .050"
-Maple or Rosewood  'board
The Modern:
-'C' neck profile
-10” radius
-Nut width 1-5/8”
-Rock maple neck
-.85” at 1st fret, .95” at 12th
-21 tall frets .080" x .050"
-Maple or Rosewood  'board
The '62:
-'C' neck profile
-7.25” radius
-Nut width 1-5/8”
-Rock maple neck
-.85” at 1st fret, .95” at 12th
-21 vintage frets .080" x .043"
-Rosewood veneer 'board
The Wide Rose:
-'C' neck profile
-10” radius
-Rock maple neck
-Nut width 1-11/16”
-.85” at 1st fret, .95” at 12th
-21 tall frets .080" x .050"
-Rosewood  fretboard only
The Four Wiring Options:
These are wiring options for the two-pickup T-style guitar only. 
S-style guitars are wired up with a standard five way switch.
If you own a Pin-Up T-style and you want a different wiring, I can change it for you.


"Standard" wiring:
This is the standard three position Tele switching that you are probably used to-
    1 - neck pickup
    2 - both (parallel)
    3 - bridge pickup


"Pin-Up" wiring:
A custom wiring that I came up with for my personal guitar that goes like this-
    1 - neck with a little bridge to brighten it up
    2 - both pickups in series, out of phase, with
         a resistor in the circuit to retain bass
         frequencies.  Think Albert King's tone.
    3 - bridge pickup only
"5 way custom" wiring:
5 positions to get basically every sound you could possibly want to get from two pickups-
    1 - neck pickup
    2 - both in series
    3 - both in parallel
    4 - both out of phase series
    5 - bridge pickup


"4 way Pin-Up custom" wiring:
The same as 3 way Pin-Up wiring, but with
one added position of neck pickup only.
    1 - neck pickup
    2 - neck pickup with a little bridge pickup
    3 - both in series and out of phase,with a              resistor in the circuit to retain bass.
    4 - bridge pickup