Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Really nice Warmoth Custom Thinline Tele in Santa barbara for $450

This seller is offering a custom built Warmoth Thinline Telecaster with all top notch components and it looks like a sweet guitar.  That birdseye maple neck is something else.  And the Dimarzio's are good pickups. I can't vouch for it but I would think this axe should sound and play as nice as it looks.  Check it out.

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Warmoth Tele-style guitar - $450 (Santa Barbara)


Thanks for checking out my ad. I've decided to sell my "Tele". This excellent guitar was hand built from the finest components available, as described below. It is very well set up, with good intonation and nice low action, and the frets are in great condition. I can throw in an old hard case too, for a little extra.

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DETAILS:

Body: Warmoth chambered Telecaster in swamp ash, with f-hole. Tummy, arm, and neck heel contours. Black urethane paint by Warmoth. If you know guitars, you know Warmoth makes high-quality stuff. This body alone would cost $352 to replicate on the Warmoth website.

Neck: Warmoth Pro neck in birdseye maple with standard thin back contour (similar to Fender American Standard Strat or Tele) and vintage tint gloss finish. Standard Fender scale (25.5"). Standard 4-bolt mount. This neck would cost $328 to replicate on the Warmoth website.

Fretboard: compound radius (10" to 16") in pau ferro, with 22 nickel 6150 frets (like on modern Fenders).

Nut: Graph Tech TUSQ.

Nut width: 1-11/16".

Tuners: Sperzel locking.

Bridge and saddles: Gotoh. Vintage Tele (not American Standard) -style mount.

Pickups: 2 hot Dimarzio humbuckers (Evolution and PAF Pro).

Switching: 5-way (1. neck full; 2. outer coils on both; 3. both humbuckers full; 4. inner coils on both; 5. bridge full).



  • Location: Santa Barbara
  • it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests

1 comment:

  1. tempting. the pickguard rubs me wrong for some reason.

    ReplyDelete

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