Two builds on the go at the moment, an S-type, and this, which is probably the more ambitious in terms of work needed. It's a thinline tele (sorry T-type), which is basically in the classic 1969 model style (I particularly like the scratchplate shape) but with a humbucker size pickup in the neck slot (I will be using a GFS Surf 90 Dynasonic style pickup). The body has been made to order by "GSP Basses" (nice chap on another forum) from ash, and is fully chambered i.e. a chamber each side, plus a small one below the bridge. The neck is a one piece maple, with a nice bit of subtle flame, from Northwest Guitars - I bought it a while back, thinking to use it on something else, but never got round to that one. Bridge unit is a Gotoh, with brass saddles - it's basically the traditional type, but with the sides lowered to give better picking access. Oh, and the bridge pickup will be a Mojo Broadcaster type - I bought this second hand but unused on another forum for a bargain £25. White pearl scratchplate, nickel plate hardware. And it's going to be blue - I was thinking a dye and Tru Oil, but have decided to go with a Wudtone Azure Blue kit, as this nails my ideal colour.