The satin-finished Medium/Large Roundback neck carve (.85"-.95") is a highlight of this guitar - it was something we noticed immediately when sitting down for a playing session. It easily outplays most Teles on the market - meaning, this isn't the sort of Tele that will fight you - it plays as well as a Strat. The fretwork is outstanding (as always).
The Grosh G90 pickups sound incredible in this guitar. Coupled with a half Tele bridge, you retain the twang of a Tele, but the mids are so much fuller and fatter than a traditional Tele. It pushed our '68 Princeton Reissue into the sweetest breakup that would give an LP Jr or Special a run for its money. That sort of vibe mixed with the twang and bite of a Tele? Yes please.
Don's guitars are always flawlessly made, lightweight, extremely resonant, and ultra-deluxe playing instruments - they straddle the line between vintage feel and modern leaning features and build quality in a way that we find incredibly inspiring. This guitar is a fantastic example of this modern-vintage concept. Priced with custom fitted hardshell case.
- Lightweight Mahogany body
- Maple neck and Indian Rosewood fretboard
- Aged Satin Lacquer Neck Finish
- Gloss black headstock
- Medium/Large Roundback neck carve (.85"-.95")
- 10" Radius
- 1 5/8" Nut Width
- 6150 Frets (Medium)
- 25 1/2" Scale Length
- Half Tele bridge, Gotoh saddles
- Locking Kluson Tuners
- Brown Tortoise Pickguard
- Grosh G-90 pickups
- 3-way, volume, tone
- Custom Fit Hardshell Case
- SN: 3985
- 7lbs 4oz