Barn wood baritone Telecaster
The back is made out of Walnut with laminated recycled barn wood for the top. All parts have been through an aging process. It has a custom roasted maple neck from Warmoth with 9mm brass casings for fret markers. See specs below.
Jason Lollar pickups. The neck pickup is a Gold Foil and the Bridge is a Vintage T. It is standard wiring with a volume control and tone control made from 12 gauge shotgun shells.
Sperzel Trimlok tuners. Aged
Gotoh Standard Tele Bridge: Aged
Electro Socket Jack Plate- Aged
Custom Rusted Pick-guard and Control Plate
Rusted neck Plate
12 gauge shotgun shell knobs
Barbed Wire decoration
9mm String ferrules
Warmoth Neck Specs
Construction: Baritone Scale (28-5/8") Conversion
Orientation: Right Handed
Neck Wood: Roasted Maple
Fingerboard Wood: Roasted Maple
Nut Width: 1-11/16"
Back Shape: Standard thin
Fret Size: 6105
Tuner Ream: Sperzel (25/64")
Radius: 10-16" Compound
Scale: 28-5/8" Conversion
Fret #: 24
Mounting Holes: Standard 4 Bolt
Pre-Cut Installed String Nut: GraphTech Black TUSQ XL - Standard Nut
Inlays: 9mm by Mission Valley woodworking
Side Dots: Black Side Dots
Finish: No Finish- Roasted Maple is maple that has been heat treated to remove sugars, moisture, and other impurities that can affect its stability. The result is a neck that is slightly lighter than normal and extremely stable. Because of its enhanced stability a finish is not required, making it the maple of choice for those who prefer the smooth, quick feel of natural wood. The roasting process also brings out a beautiful caramel color in the wood.