I can't upload pics, but here's the link to Sully's photo album: https://www.flickr.com/photos/sullyville/sets/72157674044056686/with/33518432881/ Specs: Mahogany/Flame Maple Top 3pc Maple Neck (Oiled) Pale Moon Ebony Fretboard/Headstock 22 SS Medium-Jumbo Frets Speed Neck Profile (.77 - .82") 24.75" Scale Length Schaller Hannes Hipshot Locking Tuners Habanero Pickups by Grover Jackson, push-pull coil-split Cloudy Day (Trans White) Finish Weighs 7.2 lbs Background story: I came across Sully Guitars on my quest to find the ultimate supertele. I think the tele shape is the classiest design, but I've never really got along with Fenders no matter how much I tried. The Charvel Style 2 was really appealing but still not quite everything I was looking for, so I decided to look into custom to get exactly what I wanted. I got a quote for a Charvel CS, but the wait time was at least 2 years, and it cost quite a bit more for still fairly limited options. Back to Sully, he had all the options I wanted minus the tele headstock (but his headstocks are cool too). And seeing feraledge's 624T, gave me more assurance in Sully as a reliable builder. I only communicated with him through email, but communication was great. He always responded same day, kept me updated through the build process, and was very helpful with questions. The turnaround time was 6 months from when I placed the order until I received it, and it turned out to be everything I hoped for. About the guitar: My idea was to keep it as simple as possible with only the features I need, and nothing more. I was going for something classy and understated, with an exotic touch. Body: I can honestly say this is the most comfortable T-shape I've played. The forearm contour, body contour, leg contour, sculpted heel, and rounded edge all come together really well to make this feel like it "fits like a glove." Being lightweight is a big deal to me so I opted for "lightweight mahogany", and I'm very happy with how that turned out. Neck: I went with Sully's "Speed neck". I'm not sure if it's modeled after Jackson's Speed neck, but I'd describe it as a thin C, very comfortable. It was also a plus for me that Sully does 24.75" scale, I prefer shorter scales and you don't usually find that on these kind of guitars. Fretwork is great and the SS feels super slick. Bridge: I've always liked the look of the Schaller Hannes and really wanted to try one, but you can't really get it except on customs. It's now my favorite hardtail bridge. Besides looking cool, the main thing for me is the smooth, large surface area. I'd describe it as being close to feel to a Floyd Rose but even smoother. As for functionality/ease-of-use, I'd say it's as good as a Hipshot. Pickups: They're called Habanero pickups made by Grover Jackson, and are Sully's choice. They're pretty versatile and sound good, but nothing spectacular IMO. I like the cleans, but I think I'd prefer more attack distorted. I've been content with them, though I may swap pickups in the future, maybe for Seymour Duncan Alpha/Omega or Blackwinters (I think chrome covers would look cool too). I don't really like the split-coil sounds, though I've never been particularly impressed with any coil-splitting. I went with the option just to have it, since it didn't impose on the existing control scheme and I wanted this to be as much of a one-size-fits-all. Conclusion: I'm very happy with how this turned out. I received this back in February when I downsized to this being my only guitar, and I've been playing it pretty much everyday. I think Sully is a great luthier to work with and would recommend him if you are considering a build.