#1
So, I want to start building guitars, but have no clue what all the tools are that I need. I have no budget. I don't plan on building the neck if that helps any. I know I'll need a router and according to the other threads I've seen, a buttload of clamps. Now, I don't want to buy some sort of huge, machinery that I'd actually have to attach to the ground, if at all avoidable. If I need to mention anything else, just tell me.
#2
sandpaper...lots and lots of sandpaper.... of and a jig saw if you realy down want any big saws etc around. benchtop bandsaws are great to
AMP:
Rocktron chameleon 2000
Roland GP16
Audio Technica wireless
Peavey valveking
Clydesdale custom case
GUITAR:
Indie super T black (modded with active and passive pickups)
Daisy Rock Rock Candy Special
#3
Virtually every tool can be replaced with another tool, albeit with worse results or more effort. That said, you'd really want the following:

Router
Belt Sander
Drill Press
Small Band Saw
Bench Planer

Not having those will be a major pain. It can be worked around, but still a real big pain.
#4
router
sand paper
drill press
hand planer
jigsaw

the most bare bones way you can do it.

or knife. and be a badass.
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#5
you can replace router with a drill and forstner bit and a chisel to clean up the edges if you wanted to

id actually use a forstner bit to remove most of the material from the cavities first, then use the router to clean up.
#6
Quote by Doonan
you can replace router with a drill and forstner bit and a chisel to clean up the edges if you wanted to

id actually use a forstner bit to remove most of the material from the cavities first, then use the router to clean up.

^Yes, that's by far the safest and fastest way. Less risk of catastrophic tear-out plus you can move the router faster on the final pass and avoid burn marks.