#1
Right I have decided recently that the money I put aside for my guitar fund will go into building my own custom guitar (a hollow body Tele with a floyd rose).

I was just hoping you guys could tell me if this would all fit together.

BTW, there is a lot of text, so yeah...

Body Specs;

Model:
Standard Thinline

Scale:
25-1/2 in.

Hollow:
Yes

F-Hole Quantity:
1

Orientation:
Right Handed

Wood:

Core:
Basswood

Front Laminate:
Flame Maple

Control Cavity:
Rear Rout

Pickup Rout:
Humbucker (Neck) - None (Middle) - Humbucker (Brdg)

Control Rout:

3 Way Switch (Tele®
Volume (Tele®
Tone (Tele®

Bridge Type:
Tremolo

Bridge Rout:
Recessed Original Floyd Tremolo

Jack Rout:
7/8" (22.23mm) Side Jack Hole

Neck Pocket:
Strat® Shape

Mounting Holes:
Standard 4 Bolt

Stud Install:
Use inserts from bridge on order

Top Finish:
Transparent Amber

Back Finish:
Transparent Amber

Omit Inner Bridge Chamber:
Yes

24 Fret Reposition:
Yes

Neck Specs;

Style: Jackson

Construction: Warmoth Pro Angled

Scale: 25-1/2 in.

Neck Wood:

Shaft Wood: Maple
Fingerboard Wood: Indian Rosewood

Orientation: Right Handed Reverse

Nut Width: 1 11/16"

Back Shape: Wizard

Radius: 10-16" compound

# of Frets: 24

Fret Size: 6105

Tuner Ream: Vintage Style (11/32")

Inlays: Pearloid Sharkfin

Pre-Cut Installed String Nut: R4 Floyd Prep, w/ Mounting Holes

Mounting Holes: Standard 4 Bolt


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#2
as long as the neck pocket lines up, theres nothing that shouldnt work
thats the only thing that im not sure about. it doesnt mention string trees or a string retainer. not sure if youll need them, but something to consider
#3
I tihk that neck is gonna look weird on a thinline. why such a metal looking neck on a hollow body?
no sir away a papaya war is on
#4
Why a FR on a hollowbody??

Cause it's different
Quote by Spaztikko
Imagine the part of the ballsack where occasionally old poo sticks to the pubes and hardens, and you then have to pull out, but as an amp. That's an MG.


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