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Model T

Model T

Current Lead Time is 2 Months. 


1.625 Inch Thick Alder Body with 1/8 inch Rollover Radius


Vintage American Body Shape and Routes


Optional One Piece Maple Neck or Maple with Rosewood Slab


Medium C Neck Shape


21 Vintage Frets (.079 x .043")


7.25" Fretboard Radius


1-5/8" Nut Width


Truss Rod Adjustment at Heel


Rolled Fretboard Edges


Staggered Post Vintage Tuners (Nickel)


Vintage Bridge (1/2 Satin Nickel)


Brass Saddles Angled for Proper Intonation


1 Ply Pickguard with 5 Screw Holes


Vintage Style Slotted Pickguard Screws (Nickel)


Electrosocket Switchcraft Jack (Nickel)


Broadcaster Quiet Coil Pickups (Nickel Neck Cover) by MojoTone 


Metal Dome Round Top Knobs with Medium Heavy Knurl (Nickel)


1 Master Vol Pot by CTS


1 Master Tone Pot by CTS

3 Way Switch by CRL


Bridge, Both, and Neck Control Positions


Paper-In-Oil Tone Capacitor


Vintage Push Back Cloth Wire


Bone Nut


Handmade Shielding Paint


3150 Original Bullet Strings


    1.625" thick is that sweet spot right in the middle of the range in which the early Blackguards varied (1.5" - 1.75")


    Finely polished and topped off with a flash coat mist of lacquer for closet classic like finish

    Grain alcohol based spirit varnish lacquer

    Handmade with a variety of all natural resins

    Made to repair 


    Perfection in engineering and craft approached through repetition, standardization, and small changes over time  

    Treating the 1950's T-style like the violin or cello: as having general character that is set


    Hum canceling Broadcaster style pickups

    Bridge: 10.8k, Alnico 5

    Neck: 6.7k, Alnico 5

    Highest output pickups in the T-style family


    Soft Satin Back

    Broken-in Feel


    A reasonable attempt is made to source only parts made in the US or Japan.

    The Gotoh vintage style staggerd tuners negate the need for a string tree.  They have split shafts with holes in the middle.  When wound propperly they are essentially locked, and leave no sharp string ends sticking out. 

    Long Switchcraft input jacks are used on the electrosocket, so you shouldn't run into any issues with your 90 deg plugs.  

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