- Alder Warmoth Strat body:
- Fender American Standard hardtail bridge with Graphtech String Saver Classic saddles
- Seymour Duncan TB-12 bridge position pickup
- Dimarzio DP-422 neck position pickup
- One Bournes 500k low-friction volume control
- 3-way blade switch
- Custom contoured heel (done by Me :cool: ) with laser engraved neck plate
- Dunlop Straplocks
- 2010 Ford Mustang "Sunset Gold Metallic" paint

- Roasted maple Warmoth Vintage-Modern neck
- Standard Thin profile
- Ebony fretboard
- Mother Of Pearl dot inlays
- 12" radius
- 6150 SS frets (22)
- TUSQ string nut (black)
- Back of neck finished with Tru-oil and gunstock wax (which feels incredible)
- Sperzel locking tuners
I have been trying some Bourns pots lately they are kinda weird in that they turn so easily. Used to CTS.
I hate the word "amazing", because it's so overly used, but it's amazing to me that the relief on this neck is perfect right out of the box with no truss rod adjustment. I gave it 24 hours after stringing and tuning it up to standard pitch, and it hasn't changed.
'Makes me wonder if Warmoth does a preliminary truss rod adjustment before shipping necks out to customers.