Warmoth Telecaster., Guitar parts assembly.
Gilmore
Jul 26 2011, 02:17 PM
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Hi

I just finished putting this guitar together from scratch. This is my first comlete assembly, but I have had alot of experiance fiddeling with my other guitars, changing hardware and pickups and so on.

The parts come from Warmoth and most of the tools from Stewmac including setup kit, fretting kit, straightedges and alot more (unbelievable how many tools you need for a job like this).

I must say this is my best playing guitar in my large collection, it´s the same quality as Fender Deluxes or even better.


Body: One piece Swamp Ash, Blue Burst finish.
Neck: One piece high grade flame maple neck with some Birdsey pattern and abalone inlays.

Hardware: Gotho Telecaster bridge, Gotho vintage tuners, Seymour Duncan Broadcaster bridge pickup and matching Vintage neck pickup.


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Jul 26 2011, 02:20 PM
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Adrian Figallo
Jul 26 2011, 02:31 PM
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dude it looks astonishing, very nice piece of wood specially the neck, i just love that flame. Congratulations, i bet it sounds incredible.

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Ivan Milenkovic
Jul 26 2011, 02:52 PM
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Wow, that blue sunburst loosks awesome, and the ash grain bellow.. just beautiful mate smile.gif

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Jul 26 2011, 03:13 PM
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Wow, that looks really nice.

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Gilmore
Jul 26 2011, 03:16 PM
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Thanks guys. smile.gif

QUOTE (Adrian Figallo @ Jul 26 2011, 03:31 PM) *
dude it looks astonishing, very nice piece of wood specially the neck, i just love that flame. Congratulations, i bet it sounds incredible.

How's the setup?, record a video playing this beauty!


The setup is just perfect. I bought this Peterson Strobo tuner, and it is very accurate so I can get very good intonation. But the frets have to be leveled and crowned for it to be absouloutly perfect, specially if you like very low action, but I like kind of medium action, not to high and not very low either.

Now I can use the tools to freshen up my other guitars and make them equally good.....no need to take them to the Luthier any more. I never did anyway, too expensive for so many guitars, and the 2 or 3 here in my country are very busy, and the guitar stores only make them worse. Best way to learn it yourself, it´s not that hard and you always have your guitar in best playing shape possible.

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Sinisa Cekic
Jul 26 2011, 04:34 PM
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Looks divine, really ! Congratz smile.gif

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Jul 26 2011, 10:13 PM
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Nice one!!!
I highly recommend Warmoth parts!!
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Adrian Figallo
Jul 26 2011, 10:19 PM
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QUOTE (Gilmore @ Jul 26 2011, 09:16 AM) *
Thanks guys. smile.gif



The setup is just perfect. I bought this Peterson Strobo tuner, and it is very accurate so I can get very good intonation. But the frets have to be leveled and crowned for it to be absouloutly perfect, specially if you like very low action, but I like kind of medium action, not to high and not very low either.

Now I can use the tools to freshen up my other guitars and make them equally good.....no need to take them to the Luthier any more. I never did anyway, too expensive for so many guitars, and the 2 or 3 here in my country are very busy, and the guitar stores only make them worse. Best way to learn it yourself, it´s not that hard and you always have your guitar in best playing shape possible.



Very nice! i do a bit of luthier work myself too, besides everything is actually fun o do manual labor. Congrats on the new guitar, enjoy it!

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Jul 27 2011, 09:42 AM
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tongue.gif Looks great, impressive stain on the body. And I love the birdseye maple neck, I have one also...very smooth.

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Jul 27 2011, 08:49 PM
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That blue finish looks AMAZING! Guitar is just beautiful. How does it sound? Can you record some videos? smile.gif

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Jul 28 2011, 04:54 AM
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Thats a beautiful guitar biggrin.gif Warmoth parts are excellent, better than Fender I believe.

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