T.P.Customs Guitars / Meteorite Type I / 2018 / Aged Green Burst / Guitar For Sale
Body: Black limba 1 piece solid contoured offset construction. Neck: Byrdseye maple with Makassar Ebony fingerboard.
Finish: Nitrocellulose aged finish in green burst, Tortoloid headstock.
Specs: soft V neck profile transitioning into 60’s flat C from the 7th fret.
22 Jescar 58118 frets, 9.5" fretboard radius. Vintage single action truss rod heel access, bone nut.
Vintage style Gotoh machine heads 3 a side.
Gotoh tune-o-matic bridge with stop tail bar. Pickups: Mojopickups, Dog ear p90 the neck position, bladed p90 for the bridge position, all cloth wired with 500k CTS pots and an old stock Russian military grade paper in oil tone capacitor.
Comes with Gator Hard shell case.
Every project is subject to 12 to 16 weeks waiting time, to allow the build of the instrument, depending on existing projects underway.
T.P.Customs Guitars, UK
Traditionally handcrafted guitars and restorations, finest instruments made in London N7 by Tuscan hands.
It's a concept that started in 2013.
For many years I have been researching, collecting and learning the history of guitars and makers, my passion extended in Italian design and the attention to details. my interest to learn took me to study University for guitar making in London, meantime I became apprentice for a great master luthier, learning techniques and secrets from the best, and listening stories of guitar heroes, until I decided I wanted to take my own road and create my own guitar name.
I never wanted to make anything new, in fact, I wanted to make old guitars, I wanted to make a guitar never seen before, but familiar, like was always there..
Inspired by great makers and innovators of the mid century, the futuristic designs of 60's Japanese and Italian guitar brands, and the iconic Moseley’s creations out of Bakersfield CA., I began to build prototypes, choosing quality tonewoods, and researching the market to incorporate handmade beautiful and high standard hardware and pickups, but most importantly, making them by hand in the most traditional way.