Yeah, Jeff picked out the look for the thing for the most part. It's all Warmoth, custom ordered, dyed blue top, sprayed blue back, nitro finish. I picked the chrome rings, knobs and tip, but I also got a set of the vintage off-white, cream colored knobs and tip so he has the option. I must give credit to John Higgins here in St. Louis. He's one of the region's top luthiers. John did the custom routing for the Roland GK-jack and also some internal routing to fit the Roland GK circuit board. John also did the basic neck mounting/alignment, cleaned up the frets, intonated, all the basic guitar setup stuff. I can do that kind of stuff too, but John's better, so I had him get it all going. Then I brought it home to do the electronics. So really I can only take so much credit. I'm more of a facilitator of Jeff's vision for the ultimate guitar for him in the DSO gig. Jeff's totally a strat guy, and this feels just right in that regard. Light swamp ash body, thin maple cap, maple neck with compound radius.
The toggle closest to the jacks is the MIDI up/down selector. And that bottom tone knob is actually MIDI volume. The middle toggle is a global Humbucker/Single coil switch. The top toggle is the OBEL. Waldo's buffer lives inside. Stock Dimarzio Super II's. Pretty straightforward Jerrycaster.
... and it's just like any other day that's ever been...