Author: Dave Durban & Simon Bradley·number of pages: 1
style, this Thinline goes for a semi-solid mahogany body (originally ash was offered as well) with its now-famous and much copied, single f-hole. Certainly the semi-solid design creates a lightweight guitar, the lightest on review, and the neck is a players dream. Constructed from a light yet subtly grained single piece of maple, it has a nicely modern C-style shape thats wide enough to allow for all manner of techniques, yet chunky enough in depth to be welcoming to players of any standard. The vintage splitbarrel tuners are styled after the Kluson originals and the nut, as on all four of these Teles, is called synthetic bone.