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    I have a pile of plank guitars for sale. Still working on a couple of them, but I figured I'd post a shot of all of them in case anyone is considering a tele or a strat. My plan is to reclaim some floor space in my mancave and keep a few others for my personal amusement. Prices for these range from $950 to $2,000.

    They include (left to right):
    -row 1 -Fender Highway One, 2011 - SOLD
    -row 1 -Monty, 2019, one-piece swamp ash, as new (custom built by Brian Monty);
    -row 1 -MJT, Olympic White, pine, belly cut,
    WD neck, partscaster;
    -row 2 -Hansen, 2021, light blue, paulownia, (custom built by Erik Hansen), 5.78 lbs;

    -row 2 -MJT, Tiffany Blue, pine, partscaster,
    custom neck - SOLD
    -row 2 -MJT, Tele-Gib, one-piece swamp ash, Musikraft neck, partscaster;
    -row 3 -Tonebomb, trem, maple cap/chambered mahogany, Tonebomb neck;
    -row 3 -MJT strat, alder, Musikraft neck, partscaster - SOLD.

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    Happy to answer questions, go into painful detail on the specs for each one, and so forth. I'll post details and pricing on each one in the next few days, but, please let me know via PM if anything interests you.
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    Last edited by Hammertone; 11-16-2021 at 07:55 PM.

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    Oooo, I like the last two. But my wife would cut off my ***** if I brought home another.

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    Im sure Hammertone could discretely package the guitar to look like something you really really need. With the bolt on neck you can break it down and make it look like its its something other than a guitar. A very expensive toilet seat or something like that for example.


    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Sound View Post
    Oooo, I like the last two. But my wife would cut off my ***** if I brought home another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fear the Reaper View Post
    Im sure Hammertone could discretely package the guitar to look like something you really really need. With the bolt on neck you can break it down and make it look like its its something other than a guitar. A very expensive toilet seat or something like that for example.
    As Brad Paisley puts it, "It's a cutting board. You could chop vegetables on the back and then play it."

    I love all of these, especially the pinecasters, but I have 2 Teles already and have a recent burning desire for an SA2200. GLWTS, there are a lot of amazing guitars right here!

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    Can u tell me a little more about the Hansen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Sound View Post
    Oooo, I like the last two. But my wife would cut off my ***** if I brought home another.
    I also like the blue tele with maple neck. Very cool blue color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fear the Reaper View Post
    Im sure Hammertone could discretely package the guitar to look like something you really really need. With the bolt on neck you can break it down and make it look like its its something other than a guitar. A very expensive toilet seat or something like that for example.
    One can also try flowers but there is a limit.





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    I'll expand the descriptions of each of the guitars in post #1, and add pix of each guitar in individual posts to follow this post.
    Thanks for any interest.

    FWIW, all of these are really nice guitars, and I'm selling because:
    -I have way too many plank guitars;
    -I'm keeping a bunch with hyooge necks;
    -Only one of these has hyooge neck.
    Nut width, depth at the first and twelfth frets will be posted for each one.
    Last edited by Hammertone; 10-15-2021 at 02:50 PM.

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    Row 1
    -MJT, Olympic White, pine, belly cut, custom neck, partscaster
    -total weight
    6.8 pounds
    -$975
    via cash or Paypal F&F plus shipping (to anywhere)/costs
    Body:
    -MJT body (3.6 pounds) 2-piece, pine, Olympic White nitro, with belly cut.
    Neck:
    -WD, maple, matte finish;
    -medium frets
    -Neck width at nut - 1.66” | 1 21/32” | 42.18mm
    -Neck depth at 1st fret -
    .80” | 103/108” | 20.38mm
    -Neck depth at 12th fret - .
    897” | 115/128” | 22.8mm
    -fretboard radius - 9.5" or 10"

    -modern "C" profile.
    Tuners/hardware:
    -Schaller mini tuners, chrome-plated;
    -slanted 3-way switch slot on control plate;
    -Electrosocket jack.
    Bridge:
    -Fender vintage bridge w/steel saddles.
    Pickguard/plastics:
    -Fender 4-ply brown tortoise pickguard, 8-screw.
    Pickups & wiring:
    -Klein Nocaster pickup set
    -250K vol/500K tone pots;
    -Switchcraft jack.








    Last edited by Hammertone; 11-17-2021 at 01:03 PM.

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    Row 2
    - Hansen tele, 2021, light blue, paulownia, (custom built by Erik Hansen),
    - total weight 5.78 lbs (!!!)
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    $1,500 via cash or Paypal F&F plus shipping (to anywhere)/costs
    Body:
    -1-piece paulownia body, painted light blue in nitro, w/heel cutaway.
    Neck:
    -quartersawn maple and quartersawn rosewood slab board;
    -Neck width at nut - 1.65" | @1 & 21/32" | 41.91mm
    -Neck depth at 1st fret - almost one inch - @.89" | 22.61mm
    -Neck depth at 12th fret - a bit over one inch - @.905" | 23mm
    -fretboard radius - 7.25"
    -modern oval profile.
    Tuners/hardware:
    -Gotoh vintage-style tuners;
    -Schaller strap buttons;
    -Electrosocket jack.
    Bridge:
    -Fender vintage bridge w/brass or steel saddles.
    Pickguard/plastics:
    -Fender 3-ply, w/b/w, parchment, 5-screw.
    Pickups & wiring:
    -Budz Tall neck pickup, open cover;
    -Budz 542 bridge pickup.



    Last edited by Hammertone; 10-15-2021 at 06:00 PM.

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    Row 1
    -Monty, 2019;
    -one-piece swamp ash, as new;
    -custom built by Brian Monty;
    -weighs 6.89 lbs.
    - $2000 via cash or Paypal F&F plus shipping (to anywhere)/costs
    Body:
    -1-piece swamp ash w/some distinctive spalting;
    -butterscotch nitro finish.
    Neck:
    -maple, gloss nitro finish;

    -Neck width at nut - to come
    -Neck depth at 1st fret - to come
    -Neck depth at 12th fret - to come
    -fretboard radius - to come
    -rounded "C" profile.
    Tuners/hardware:
    -Gotoh vintage-style tuners;
    -Electrosocket jack.

    Bridge:
    -Fender vintage bridge w/brass saddles.
    Pickguard/plastics:
    -1-ply, white plastic or black Bakelite (example of each shown), 5-screw.
    Pickups & wiring:
    -Fralin neck pickup;
    -Fralin bridge pickup.









    Last edited by Hammertone; 10-15-2021 at 09:06 PM.

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    Happy camper!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammertone View Post
    Happy camper!
    I am a very happy camper indeed! This fine instrument came with an immaculate 35watt hand-built PTP all tube Princeton-clone Lockhurst amplifier. I'm strollin' in high cotton, as they say. Seller is a Gentleman, a Scholar, a Raconteur and a breeze to deal with. Buy with confidence. Come on down!

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    I am "green" with envy!
    Quote Originally Posted by Hammertone View Post
    Happy camper!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Sound View Post
    Oooo, I like the last two. But my wife would cut off my ***** if I brought home another.
    Time for a new wife. No wait that would cost too much. You will most likely play the guitar more than your ***** anyway.
    Last edited by BBGuitar; 11-18-2021 at 11:48 AM.