#1
Someone point me in the right direction. I am wanting to build my own acoustic guitar. Is there a website or company/individual that I should be looking to for either directions, parts, wood, or the whole kit entirely?
#2
Acoustic kits are expensive just so you know.

www.stewmac.com
www.ssmii.com

I remember CF Martin & Co had a diy kit for a while
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#3
http://www.bluescreekguitars.com

john hall there is a class act. he helps you with any question you have regarding his kit. kits are very flexible with almost any option. he has many videos explaining each process of building a guitar. he's great.

i built a 000-28 kit last year. came out gorgeous.



make sure to invest in all tools though. this includes dremel and the binding router guides. good hammer for the frets, and lots of clamps. you'll need a good bridge clamp too.
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#4
Quote by Robbgnarly
Acoustic kits are expensive just so you know.

www.stewmac.com
www.ssmii.com

I remember CF Martin & Co had a diy kit for a while



I recently came into possession of a stewmac acoustic kit for the Heringbone guitar. It sat in an old guys shop and was basically never touched. It is complete with the exception of two pieces of inlay that are broken. PM me if interested as i dont build acoustics and was going to throw it on ebay.

edit: I before E