Tag Archives: offset guitar

New Electric Guitar Models

Gilmour inspired Custom JM
Gilmour inspired Custom JM
IMG_2529
The Rev
IMG_2528
The Rev
Gilmour inspired Custom JM
Gilmour inspired Custom JM
IMG_2272
Tele Mod
DSC02925
Custom Selcouth v2
DSC02940
Custom Selcouth v2
IMG_2413
Custom Selcouth
IMG_2500
Strut
IMG_2515
Strut
IMG_1270 (1)
Seti v2
IMG_1274
Seti v2
Custom VI
Custom VI
Seti Model
Seti Model
Selcouth model
Selcouth Model
"Oilcaster" tele
“Oilcaster” tele
"The Smith" custom built for Debbie Smith (Blindness, Curve, Echobelly, London Dirthole Company)
“The Smith” custom built for Debbie Smith (Blindness, Curve, Echobelly, London Dirthole Company)
The Rocktopus custom built for Gary Arce (Yawning Man, ZUN, Ten East, Waterways, Sort of Quartet)
The Rocktopus custom built for Gary Arce (Yawning Man, ZUN, Ten East, Waterways, Sort of Quartet)
The Rocktopus custom built for Gary Arce (Yawning Man, ZUN, Ten East, Waterways, Sort of Quartet)
The Rocktopus custom built for Gary Arce (Yawning Man, ZUN, Ten East, Waterways, Sort of Quartet)
Selcouth v2 Model
Selcouth v2 Model
Advertisements

Fender Roadworn Tele

A friend recently brought me two of his Teles, one was a stock Fender Roadworn and the other was a parts tele…Warmoth neck on an American Tele body. Neither of them was “useful” to him anymore so we discussed what to do. We decided to mod the Roadworn body, adding an offset vibrato, a B-5 conversion plate with a Mastery Bridge (by far the best offset bridge available…if you have a Jazzmaster or Jaguar, etc, and you don’t have a Mastery on it, GET ONE!), and use the Warmoth neck which was a beautiful flame maple neck w/ rosewood board. The neck however had been finished years before by another builder and was not up to par…thick finish with a badly applied decal…so we decided we’d refin the front of the headstock, black it out, and add my company logo in metallic green. I also modded the electronics just a bit, replacing the stock capacitor with an Emerson PIO cap (available from Stew Mac and a very good cap. I prefer NOS Cornell-Dubilier, Sprague Vitatmin-Q’s, or Russian military caps on my custom builds, but the Emerson works fantastic as an upgrade to stock electronics). In the end we arrived at a whole new guitar, here’s the end result…

IMG_2753

IMG_2755

IMG_2756