Several months back, I posted a few guitars that I had "built" from Warmoth necks and bodies. The process was a lot of fun and I wanted to give it a go from scratch. Obvious Wirebird inspiration... Specs: - Sapele body (probably won't use again) - Peruvian Walnut Neck (probably won't use again) - Pau Ferro fretboard - Gotoh Tele bridge - Sperzel locking tuners - Jumbo SS frets - Shell pink nitro body (satin) - Tusq nut - SD Custom 59/Jazz pickups - 5 way switching - Pickguard is currently held in place w double sided tape until I get around with countersinking hobby magnets into the body and on pickguard. Really like the clean look. The Sapele is HEAVY, and the grain is wavy which lead to some unpredictable tearout (side pic shows a patch job, should have filled the glue with some sapele dust to match color). The Peruvian Walnut has much more open grain than American Black Walnut, and I'm not a huge fan of that. For this build I used...templates I made, router, jointer, planer, bandsaw, table saw (fret slots), rasps, files, and shit tons of sandpaper. Bought some Reranch rattle can nitro which was ok to use. Would like to upgrade to an HVLP system one day. There are more builds coming with original body shapes. Really hope you all enjoy!