Not exactly as shown above, but close enough. Yes. Another new guitar in the stable. Had it for a little while now. Looks a lot older though, doesn’t it? Almost as old as me.
From the custom shop, this beautiful 1960s heavy relic Telecaster.
The guitar has a very well-faded sonic blue finish. So faded that it looks almost white, or at least the part of the guitar that still has a finish! The neck pickup is a Seymour Duncan antiquity humbucker and the bridge pickup is a hand-wound Texas special single coil. The neck is a large “C” shape which feels just about perfect for my hands.
A few of the specs follow below.
Model: Custom Shop 60s Super Faded Heavy Relic Telecaster Custom
Color: Aged sonic blue
Finish: Nitrocellulose lacquer
Body Wood: Lightweight alder
Pickguard: Three-ply mint/black/mint
Neck Wood: Quarter-sawn flame maple
Fretboard Wood: Rosewood
Scale: 25 1/2″
Neck Profile: Large “C”
Fretboard Radius: 9.50″
Nut Width: 1.650″
Frets: 21; Sanko 6105
Inlay: Vintage clay dots
Bridge: Three-saddle Tele
Electronics: Seymour Duncan antiquity humbucker, hand-wound Texas special single coil
Controls: Three-way pickup selector, volume and tone controls, Caballo Tono wiring
Weight: 7lbs 8oz
Case: Deluxe hardshell
Case Candy: Certificate of Authenticity, paperwork, and accessories