#2
Looks like it's a POS. If you want a quality custom guitar, order parts from Warmoth or Carvin.
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#3
I want a project not too bothered about quality, i will swap pups out later.
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#4
then buy low end from those sites. I made a kit guitar once and it was a definite POS. The body is made of some terrible sounding wood all parts are cheap, the neck is constantly warping with seasons, never stays in tune through a song...

if you buy a kit you'll be doing a complete overhaul using parts from those sites anyway... just start there (or stewmac.com)
#5
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then buy low end from those sites. I made a kit guitar once and it was a definite POS. The body is made of some terrible sounding wood all parts are cheap, the neck is constantly warping with seasons, never stays in tune through a song...

if you buy a kit you'll be doing a complete overhaul using parts from those sites anyway... just start there (or stewmac.com)

Im in britain, any good shops for parts here, google only gives me shops selling tuners, puick ups scratch plates,,.
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