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Discussion in 'Other Cool Guitars' started by calebaaron666, Sep 9, 2020.
Hm ... keeping it short - I don't have anything to add right now.
It’s a little over 6 lbs.
It’s the lightest guitar I have in my house.
But she’s no lightweight!!
Yes, beautiful! Amazing, one of a kind!
And how does she sound??? How does the old wood ring when you tap it?
It plays and sounds terrific! These broadcaster pickups by Pickup Wizard are NASTY in the best way.
It has all the snap and pop you’d want from a tele even without being a string thru body. Usually that stuff is compromised when you have a bigsby, at least in my experience.
There’s lots of sustain, and it has a dry vintage kinda sound. Very open. It sounds like a tele even when it’s unplugged!! Haha
Very nice Plank.
Enjoy the heck out of it.
That is some righteous craftsmansip, Caleb. You will have a lifetime guitar there.
I like that. Many native cultures don’t name their children. They wait until they come of age and let them choose their name. I think many if us have some kind of communication with our instruments, and we need to listen to what they are telling us.
Gorgeous and a little rough, a fitting mate for a piratecaster!
Congrats, I'm happy for you. You certainly picked a fine custom.
That turned out great, congrats man!
This B5/ash tray brass saddle combo is amazing. Stays in tune like you wouldn’t believe, and sounds like a tele!
I did have the replace the height screws on the first saddle with some shorties cuz the long ones were KILLING my hand.
The break angle seems much lower than my old B5 set up, but it still retains the right tension.
Late to the party on this Caleb. That's a stunning piece of wood and a beautiful build. Glad you're pleased with it. (Just keep your blow torch away from this one though)