#1
so, for some unknown reason, i've decided to attempt to "contruct" a guitar this upcomming summer.

i think since its my first time, i'm going to try a "saga kit ht-10." which is like a PRS style guitar. just wondering if anyone think i should do something different.

i decided to do this because, even though i know all about the insides of a guitar (i fix em all the time) i've never actually assembled one.

basically: is this a good idea or not??? any other suggestions? when it comes to this stuff i'm a total noob. lolz
thank for any suggestions
eric
#2
Yeah its a good idea for learning finishing but Saga guitars suck. UNless you plan on changing pups and tuners and electronics it wont have much potential.
#3
ok, any other kits you suggest then? i just said saga kit because they were the first ones i found, its not like i'm set on building one of those. and i've changed pickups on all of my guitars, so that wouldn't be much of a problem...but i'de really prefer not to
#4
Well Saga's arent a bad kit to start with. They are the least expensive of most of the kits Ive found. But I think the one your talking about is like $150, right? Well if so and some of the other kits are $300 then I would just say stick with the Saga and swap pups because the bodies on them really arent that bad.
#5
A fellow primus fan yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay

yeah i havent had a chance to work on a sag kit b4 but good luck...let me know if u need any advice
#6
^lolz, ya there deffinatly not enough primus fans around these parts

another random question: does anyone know of any good books or plans on building a PRS guitar? i could build the body....but probably not the neck:p "E-BAY HERE I COME!!!!"

^*just for future projects mind you*