1995 Fender Telecaster/MJT Relic Partscaster Shell Pink
Excellent condition featuring single cutaway alder body with Shell Pink heavy relic finish, multi-ply white pickguard, single coil Seymour Duncan Telecaster bridge pickup, 1965 Gibson Firebird mini-humbucking pickup with no visible poles, left handed Wilkinson bridge with three adjustable brass barrel saddles, one volume control and one tone control with aluminum amp knobs and three position pickup selector switch with black switch tip mounted to elongated metal electronics control plate, maple neck with walnut skunk stripe, maple fingerboard with black dot inlays starting at the third fret, medium frets, compensated nut, maple Telecaster peghead with Fender block logo, Telecaster logo, serial number and Made in Mexico decals, single butterfly string tree, six in a line chrome enclosed Fender stamped tuning machines, four bolt neck fastening plate, string through body construction with six metal ferrules, and two metal strap buttons. 7lbs 1oz.
This awesome guitar was assembled by a very good friend of ours and is set up in fantastic playing order. The neck profile is very comfortable and C shaped. The frets show some wear but have plenty of life left. The neck and tuning machines are from a 1995 Fender Standard Series Telecaster made in Mexico and the body was made by MJT. The body features a super cool Shell Pink finish with heavy relicing. The bridge was made by Wilkinson and is very heavy duty and well made. It is a left handed bridge making the pickup the opposite slant giving it a tighter bass response and a little bit sweeter treble response in the bridge position. The neck pickup is a real deal 1965 Gibson Firebird mini-humbucker. It features a flat cover with no visible poles and absolutely screams through an amplifier. This is an absolutely fantastic lightweight and resonant guitar which was put together with extreme care and skill. I've played several MJT instruments and have seen many others, but this one is by far the nicest playing and sounding I've come across. It's a truly unique Telecaster.