Spalted Beech Telecaster Hot pick ups

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The T Style Oðinn (Now sold) (POA) price ~£3600

This is the Solberg T style guitar ´Oðinn’  I have tried to emphasize the wood in this guitar and therefor minimal painting. The are in black satin with double cream bindings. The Oðinn has a Modern style maple neck with a skunk stripe, 21 fret rose wood fret board, 12″ radius and Sperzel locking tuners. The head stock has a spalted beech overlay. The body is Solid ash with a Spalted beech top, sealed with Shelac and then 10 coats of nitro cellulose and polished. Powerful custom made HOT telecaster 88s pick ups (13 Ohms output) with push pull volume that switches from normal tone to bright tone by passing to a 0.001 μF capacitor gives immediate bright tone and volume increase. The tone pot is a TBX Expander and 4 way pick switching gives pos 1 bridge/neck in series. pos 2 neck, pos 3 bridge/neck in paraell, pos 4 bridge.  Vintage style bridge with brass saddles. Schaller guitar strap locks in black.


Model: Solid Telecaster®
Orientation: Right handed
Scale: 25-1/2″
Wood: Spalted beech on Solid Ash
Rout: Front Rout
Pickup Rout: Hot wound single coil 9Ω Neck and 13Ω output Bridge
Controls: 4 Way switch, pos 1 neck and bridge in parallel,  pos 2 neck, pos3 neck and bridge in series, pos 4 bridge (Tele®)
Bridge: Wilkinson vintage bridge with brass saddles
Jack Rout: 7/8″ (22mm) Side Jack Hole
Neck Pocket: Tele® Shape
Mounting Holes: Standard 4 Bolt
Side paint Black satin
Binding: Double Cream Binding
Finish: Nitrocellulose
Lock straps: Schaller lock straps


Style: Telecaster®
Construction: Modern Construction
Orientation: Right Handed
Neck Wood: Maple
Fingerboard Wood: Rosewood
Nut Width: 1-11/16″
Back Shape: slim C
Fret Size: 6150
Tuner Ream: Gotoh/Grover (13/32″ 11/32″).
Tuners: Spezler locking
Radius: 12″ 
Scale: 25-1/2″
Fret : 21
Mounting Holes: Standard 4 Bolt
String Nut: GraphTech black TUSQ XL – Standard Nut
Inlays: Black Face Dots
Side Dots: Black Side Dots
Finish: Satin Gloss with lemon oil on fret board