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Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly


Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly
Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly
Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly
Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly
Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly
Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly
Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly
Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly
Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly
Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly
Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly
Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly

Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly   Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly

Please read entire description This is a nice Tele project that should be easy to complete if you know what you are doing. Or you can have a professional finish it for you.

The neck was awful and the bridge was crooked so I removed both and filled in the bridge holes. The new bridge will need to be reinstalled (new holes need to be drilled) after the neck has been installed.

It is a top-loading bridge with individual brass saddles. I lined the body cavities with copper to reduce hum. The gloss finish has a few minor scratches here and there but they aren't very noticeable and would probably buff out.

The wiring harness is brand new from Smokey B with two solid shaft CTS 250k pots. 022 Sprague Orange Drop cap, vintage style pull back cloth wiring, Oak Grigsby 3-way switch (reverse installed), and a Pure Tone multi-contact input jack. The knobs are Fender Telecaster Deluxe. The pickguard is red pearloid and still has the protective plastic on it. The neck is Canadian maple with 22 frets, unfinished, 47mm heel, C shaped.

It fits well into the neck pocket. The truss rod adjustment is in the head. The neck is very nice quality but the nut is cheap plastic and you would be best off replacing it. I have filed the fret ends to round them off a bit but they still need smoothing and fine-tuning (sanding erasers are included).

The frets could also use a crowning. I did put on a vintage amber tint but you can tint it more if you like (I will include the tint).

It will need finishing before installation. I will include a bottle of Tru Oil as well, which was what I was planning on using. There are no tuners and no truss rod cover included.

EXTRAS INCLUDED: StewMac 0.5 degree neck shim to adjust the neck angle Neck plate with screws Custom stainless steel neck bolts with inserts StewMac fret end file Fret erasers - 180 grit, 400 grit & 1000 grit (brand new) Colortone Vintage Amber liquid stain Tru Oil wood finish, 8 oz. Bottle Ernie Ball Regular Slinky 10-46 strings. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars".

The seller is "dctv_08" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.

  1. Brand: Unbranded
  2. Handedness: Right-Handed
  3. Type: Electric Guitar
  4. Body Material: Mahogany
  5. Body Type: Solid
  6. Body Color: Translucent Red
  7. String Configuration: 6 String
  8. Fretboard Material: Maple
  9. Custom Bundle: Yes
  10. Model: Telecaster
  11. Neck Material: Maple
  12. Number of Frets: 22


Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly   Mahogany Telecaster Guitar Kit with Maple Neck Needs Finishing and Assembly