This one started when I colleague saw me carrying the Uno. She said, "I have never seen a guitar like that. What in the world? That would be perfect for my son. will you make me one for a gift to him?"
This one is about a simple as it gets. Oak two by four, Telecaster bridge and a plug soldered onto the pick-up wire. Fender Mini-Twin and a rehabilitated Squire neck. Chop some wood out for the neck pocket and the pick-up, throw in 10 screws, set up the intonation and Wa La, you have a screaming busker guitar that will never hold you back on the way to the show.
It occurred to me that it might be nice to add a rhythm pick-up, a switch and control pots to this one. it could also be machined out to accommodate the rechargeable NiCad without changing the appearance. This little amp is not made any longer by Fender, but they can still be found around. the way if you have your eyes peeled. It's a nice looking guitar that I wish I still had. Turn everything all the way up.