I'm thinking my next guitar will be a Warmoth late 60's clone.
Nice. My Strat has a lot of parts from the Custom Shop, which is why the price of the parts was high.
One of my friends has a guitar built from all Warmoth parts. He has the pro Strat neck with the full scalloping, the whole works. Best neck I've ever played, bar none.
I have a '79 Strat body a basically broken neck, and I'm going to put a Warmoth neck on it. I'm thinking ebony frets, scalloping, low height frets, v-shaped neck, with white binding. I think the white binding on necks looks cool, don't often see it on a Strat either. Prices are actually about as good as genuine fender replacement necks and are probably a little better quality.
I'd post an actual picture of it, but I don't know how. The finish on the back of mine is worn alot because the previous owner always wore a leather jacket during gigs, and over time the leather rubbed against the body and took off alot of the paint. Paid around $1,100 for that one (used).
Here's the pride and joy, which I got for free believe it or not. The Excalibur
My family doctor knew I played guitar, and said he had one just laying around, and he would rather someone get use out of it. A freakin' Gretsch Brian Sezter Hot Rod!!! I would also post a real picture of it if I knew how to. Mine is in mint condition, he also gave me the Gretsch hard case and everything.
And number three, my first guitar: The Jag
I actually bought that one back in 93' or 94', whenever it first came out, not the re-issues from just past year. Again, thats not the actual picture, mine is a little more beat up. Think I payed around $600 for that at the time.