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Nick Koff


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Los Angeles, California
Post  Posted 16 Sep 2017 7:46 pm    
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This is an original build from me. I have built more than 50 guitars in the last year and a half and sold 27 of them. At least eight of them were custom orders for satisfied clients; some of whom you know. If you have a Tele or Esquire you want built to your specs at low cost message me.

This one is a dark Walnut finish on a Wildwood Mfg. swamp ash telecaster body. $1200 shipped CONUS.

Pickguard: black bakelite

Neck: FENDERĀ® LICENSED TELEĀ® NECK 2 piece;
21 medium jumbo frets, 10 inch radius, 1 5/8 inch nut width, a comfortable
modern 'C' shaped profile and a honey tinted gloss finish. Rosewood finger
board with a heel adjust truss rod location. .88/.92

PICKUPS: Klein 1958s

HARDWARE: All Fender

ELECTRONICS:

CRL 3-way switch, CTS 250K Potentiometers
Capacitor: .022uF/ Orange Drop
Strings: Ernie Ball .010s

Weight: <7lbs












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Mike Taylor


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Wetumpka, AL
Post  Posted 19 Sep 2017 5:26 pm    
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Nice guitar Nick. Does the neck have a finish on it?..

Mike
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Nick Koff


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Post  Posted 18 Oct 2018 10:24 pm     Please close
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