Hey everyone. Choosing between two very very similar custom shop telecasters. One is from Daves Guitar and one is a Wildwood 10. The price difference is negligible. Just wondering if anyone has any strong opinions one way or the other based on the following specs (I've omitted obvious specs like bone nut and volume/tone knobs etc): Daves: Aging: Journeyman Relic 1960. Finish Color: Lake Placid Blue. Body Wood: Double bound Alder body, white body Neck shape: Mid 60′s Oval C shaped Maple neck fingerboard radius: 9.5″ radius AAA Rosewood fingerboard frets: medium jumbo frets, pickups: Handwound ’58 Relic Tele bridge and neck pickups with the modern wiring, weight: 7.4 pounds. Wildwood 10-'62 tele: Finish Color Lake Placid Blue Aging Relic-Ready Weight 7.28 lbs. Body Wood Double-Bound Alder w/White Binding Neck Shape '59 Large C Profile Neck Dimensions .870 1st - .970 12th Fingerboard Rosewood Fingerboard Radius Exclusive Wildwood Custom 10" Radius Frets 21 6105 Narrow Tall Pickups 2 Josefina Hand-Wound Twisted Tele Single-Coils Wound to Wildwood Specification I figure I can't go wrong with either. I like the relic look and am leading towards Daves since it's already professionally joureyman relic'd, even though I think the Wildwood may be slightly more custom, limited edition, especially the pickups. Main difference is the neck shape (both similar), the pickups, the finish (relic vs relic ready) and the fret type. Also, Daves is about $500 cheaper. Anyways, what do you think?