|Serial Number||ELT138 Built 2011|
|Pricing||$2299.99 with tweed case|
|Neck||Maple neck and fingerboard, with ‘skunk stripe’ fom rear truss-rod mount.|
|Frets||21 medium frets with no appreciable wear.|
|Finish||Metallic military green nitrocellulose lacquer finish with some wear. The neck finish is has ‘vintage’ wear, worn off in main playing areas on back of neck and fingerboard, for a vintage look and feel.|
|Hardware/electronics||Fender Telecaster 3-piece bridge; Miller custom wound bridge pickup; Lollar “Charlie Christian” style neck pickup. Nickel tuners, all hardware is aged.|
|Playability/Action||Plays great, very cleanly; it can be readily set up to meet the needs of any playing style.|
|Case||Fender style tweed case included.|
|Comments||Alastair Miller is a big fan of the Telecaster design, and his Barncaster guitar bodies are built from wood recovered from his family’s 155-year old barn during its restoration. This one also features a Lollar ‘Charlie Christian’ neck pickup, with ‘big deep tone and rounded top end’. A really great instrument.|
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