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Allparts Fender Telecaster (Sonic Blue)

The neck is an allparts telecaster neck with an Indian rosewood fretboard and 21 JUMBO frets. It was finished in nitro by 1950’s finishes in Alabama.

The body is an Allparts alder body. It was finished in a beautiful sonic blue. Parts were sourced from Allparts and Gotoh and then assembled and lightly aged by NJ luthier John Orlick.

The pickup set is a custom "Rising Sun" Telecaster set from Gemini Pickups out of NY.

Gotoh Aged Bridge with compensated Sadles.

Gotoh Aged Neck Plate

Gotoh Aged Tuners

Gotoh Aged Knobs

Gotoh Aged Control Plate

Fender 3-way switch

Everything was assembled by John Orlick in New Jersey. Expertly setup with Ernie Ball 10’s.

Weight is around 7 lbs

Radius is a 9.5

C-Shaped neck.

It’s a sick setup, but I have to lighten the stable to buy an amp.

It comes with a fender gig bag.

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ConditionMint (Used)
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  • TL-62 Telecaster Custom Reissue MIJ
Made In
  • Japan
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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