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Just acquired this via the wonders of kijiji.
Previous owner put a Callaham parchment pickguard and potentially this Duncan lil 59 in the bridge. That pickup will be gone ASAP as I’m looking for a traditional country picker.

Anyone know anything about this TDPRI builder? Seems to be MIA and it’d be fun to learn alittle more about this git fiddle. He goes by strange ol man and builds various strange tele variants. High quality build and light as a feather with nitro and the tweed top mixed with 100 year old pine body.

ps. Looking for a bridge pickup for this!!!!
 

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Looks cool!
 

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I believe I have an Echopark/Arcane 50’ style broadcaster pickup I’d sell

pm me if it would be of interest to you.
 

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That is a great look. Congrats
 

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That was mine, I bought it direct from the builder thru TDPRI. He was just a hobbiest builder and made a handful of guitars that sold on the site. The body wood came from the old feed store in his town. I believe he used a Mexican Fender neck. Anyway, that is an INCREDIBLE guitar and one that I’ve regretted selling. I sold it to a fella in Toronto about 3 years ago. It had a Don Mare Super Sport at the time - and was glorious. Should you ever sell it, please let me know.
 

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That was mine, I bought it direct from the builder thru TDPRI. He was just a hobbiest builder and made a handful of guitars that sold on the site. The body wood came from the old feed store in his town. I believe he used a Mexican Fender neck. Anyway, that is an INCREDIBLE guitar and one that I’ve regretted selling. I sold it to a fella in Toronto about 3 years ago. It had a Don Mare Super Sport at the time - and was glorious. Should you ever sell it, please let me know.
Cool story!
 
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