T-Style Body / 2 pc. African Mahogany / x2 PAF / Rear Route (#GIN-1617)

Original price was: $239.99.Current price is: $219.99.-8%


T-Style Body / 2 pc. African Mahogany / x2 PAF / Rear Route (#GIN-1617)

Original price was: $239.99.Current price is: $219.99.-8%

Body Style T
Wood 2 pc. African Mahogany
Bridge Drilling Vintage Tele® Bridge 
Pickup Routing PAF Bridge – PAF Neck 
Input Jack Routing 7/8″ Side Jack Hole  
Weight Of Body 4 lbs. 14 oz. 
Finish None
Item #GIN1617

REAR ROUTEDThis body is rear routed and intended for use without a pickguard. This body requires a proprietary control plate, so you will need to add one below or make it yourself.

This body is pictured in rough sanded condition. We final sand all of our bodies to 300 grit before shipment. Any rough edges or pencil marks you may see in the picture will be removed when the body is final sanded.

1 in stock

Finish Type?

Finish lead times are 8-12 weeks.**(See our ‘Lead Times’ page) TruGrain™ is a new finish technique we are offering. The body is not grain filled, so it allows us to spray the finish thinner. This process removes a few ounces of weight, gives the body more resonance, shows off the beautiful wood grain patterns under the finish and looks super cool!

Finish Color?

Degree of aging?

Bodies getting a finish ONLY!

Control Cavity Cover Note — PLEASE READ!

The body you are about to purchase requires a proprietary control cavity cover. That means, you would either need to have us make the control cover plate, or you will need to make it yourself. You WILL NOT be able to buy this plate through an aftermarket retailer such as AllParts, DecoBoom or WD.

Add a Control Cavity Cover? *


Based on the 1952 style, the t-style guitar body shape features the classic design of the body that started it all.  This classic guitar body would make an excellent replacement for any t-style guitar, vintage or modern.  If you are seeking a build, the t-style is the easiest first build to help you over the learning curve.

This style has been here since the beginning.  From twang to crunch, it is hard to find a modern guitarist that doesn’t own at least one t-style.