#1
I found a Hudson jazz guitar, an ES-335 copy I think. However, it's missing the bridge and the headstock. I was thinking of building the headstock from scratch myself, because it doesn't seem like it would be too hard. The truss rod wouldn't be a problem, because the wood's snapped above where the truss rod is. Would I be able to do this myself, or would I be better off getting a luthier to do it?

I don't know what type of bridge I'd need to buy for it. I'm not very experienced at this sort of thing at all, so any help would be appreciated.

I'll post pictures below
#3
Sorry if it's too hard to tell from those, they're pretty poor quality
#4
First off, it's not a 335 copy, since a 335 is a double cutaway guitar, it looks like a gibson l5 copy .. but nevermind, if I would happen to have a guitar in this condition I wouldn't think twice before taking it to a luthier unless I am pretty skilled with wood work, which I'm not.