You could never really use them in any situation because of the weight issue. Would be tipping all over the place.
BDF: if you buy a ready made neck and if I get enough boards (wouldn't need many) I will make you a body at the same time as mine. All you'd need to do is buy hardware and assemble innit.
I have more than enough parts sitting around to make one of these except the actual boards. I'm guessing you would need to recycle around 5 boards to make it fairly stable, even then you would probably have sustain issues. Unless you set the neck rather than buy a bolt on project neck. One gripe I do have though, the builder of these must really like playing lead jazz or something to only use a p90 in the neck. Other than that I don't see why there was no attempt at fitting a bridge pickup of any sort. Is there's anybody else out there that has experience tinkering with guitars that could give me a reason why I shouldn't try this?
I'm wondering if the fretboard radius is the natural concave of a board and if it's got an angled headstock from the angle of the nose/tail. I wonder why you can't see the headstock?
if you have random parts lying about, why not? I'd go for it.
Or just go for the haroshi (tommy g) one like me, although I'm not going to build a tele.
Coincidence, I'm just watching something about an orchestra using instruments made from scrap materials. Sounds perfect.
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