A buddy told me a T-style guitar is a working man's guitar, Slab of wood, 3 way pick up switch, 2 knobs (1 volume & 1 tone) and 2 pickups, no bells and whistles. I like its simplicity which allows you to just focus on playing which is what led me to the Neo-T. I had my share of Tele's MIM, Squire, American, and other T-style guitars but I would only like 1 thing from certain guitars, like a neck from this guitar, the finish from this one, the pickups here, you know the drill. I collected all the info from the guitars I liked (along with a different pickup config) and started talking to Ron over at Ram Guitars about building this Neo-T guitar and I can say I am very happy with the final product. Check out the audio/video clips below to hear it in action.
1st position: Full-output bridge pickup
2nd position: Full-output bridge pickup + neck pickup to cancel hum
3rd position: Neck Pickup
4th position: Tapped-output bridge pickup + neck pickup to cancel hum
5th position Tapped-output bridge pickup