#1
So, this summer I'm going to start mowing people's lawn to make money, and buy a kickass guitar. Since I found out that 15-20 dollars is an acceptable amount to charge for a small yard, I could make around 900 dollars in the summer If I charge 15 dollars per lawn, and do 4 lawns per week. Although I'm going to try to get as many customers I can possibly get. So I checked out warmoth, and seems like you can some pretty nice custom guitars for around what my price range will be.

But How good is their wood quality? I want to get a gibson style Flying V, but how good is their wood quality compared to gibson? Also, at warmoth they charge around 200 dollars for a paintjob on the body alone, which seems overpriced to me. Are there places where I could take an unpainted guitar and have it painted professionally for cheaper?
#2
Warmoth woods good stuff, as for painting, do it your self. Its hard to find cheap professionals, and its easier than it looks. Check out the G,B+C forums.
#3
Quote by slashnmash
Warmoth woods good stuff, as for painting, do it your self. Its hard to find cheap professionals, and its easier than it looks. Check out the G,B+C forums.

I'm a horible guitar painter. The guitar sitting in the corner of the living room has the worst paint job I've ever seen, and there's no way I'd paint a guitar that's going to cost about 1000 dollars.
#5
Their wood is primo quality. There's nothing to worry about there. However, if you're going to pay that much money for a guitar, you're probably better off getting a pro to do it. And if you go to a real pro, you will pay at least $250 for a good top quality paint job, so it's probably your best bet to just get Warmoth to paint it when you order it.
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