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Rebuilt Guitars #4

This heavy beast of an alder body guitar started as a rescued New York Pro telecaster.

The jack needed to be re-soldered and the neck was starting to crack. I drove two lag pins into the heel to secure the neck integrity. You can see one of the pin covers in a photo below. I took the logo off, too.

It holds tune and intonates well for a 3-saddle tele.

The action is very low – this was a well designed and solidly built inexpensive guitar.

I intended to replace the neck with a tele neck. Instead I traded the guitar for a Nuno Bettencourt shredder I intend to mod.