The "Thinline-T" series


The "Thinline" series


Why this so classical design?

I always prefered the Telecaster® design for its high "customization" potential. Everything seems to be there on this instrument, basically but cleverly thought, everything is efficient... and everything remains to be imagined.

The "Classic" Thinline is before anything warm-hearted, precise and versatile, the « TS-01 » version reveals its high versatility and performance level, and offers very incredible acoustic sound.


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Thinline "Classic"

Most standard features:

• Ash or mahogany thinline body, flamed maple flat top
• Laminated neck, easy access truss rod nut
• 21 or 22 frets rosewood or maple fingerboard, 10"-15" or 9"-12" compound radius
• Seymour Duncan® Alnico II Pro pickups as standard feature
• Gotoh® hardware

Others available options:

• Bound or arched top, bindings...
• Large choice of wood combinations
• Any pickups brands and/or models
• Neutrik® FP6 locking jack socket
• Peg head faced to body colour
• Clear polycarbonate pickguard

Pictures shown are examples intended as a guideline of standard versions - ©Atelkof 2008. 


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Thinline "TS-01"

Thinline TS-01 "Custom" Thinline TS-01 "Set-Neck"
Its name "TS-01" from Tony Sauvion... This pretty girl gently blends a classic look and forefront technologies. Most items are often fitted with Seymour Duncan® P-Rails TM pickups wired to a classic 5 ways lever switch or sometimes a double wafer tetra switch, this guitar already offers a very high potential of versatility. Once added GraphTech® piezo saddles and the flexibility of an active piezo / passive magnetic blend wiring, you'll certainly reach the top of versatility.


- Magnetic channel:
Mesa Boogie® Tri Axis preamp
Mesa Boogie® 2020 power unit
Celestion loudspeakers

- Piezo channel:
AER® amplifier

Tony Sauvion also on:

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Warm thanks to Tony for his nice work on samples and videos... and also to have been around since the beginning!

Pictures shown are examples intended as a guideline of standard versions - ©Christophe Huort /


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Last update 2016-09-01->->->->