#2
Blatant scam: Large view pictures of the kits are blurry as **** or non existant, website looks unprofessional, and the price for these full kits is the price you'd pay for a les paul body at Warmoth.com

Also they claim that all you need is a screwdriver (and some time!)
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#3
Quote by *kas
Blatant scam: Large view pictures of the kits are blurry as **** or non existant, website looks unprofessional, and the price for these full kits is the price you'd pay for a les paul body at Warmoth.com

Also they claim that all you need is a screwdriver (and some time!)


well a lp body at warmoth is $305 not $160
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#5
there saga kits with different pickups and or pots.
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#6
check out grizzly industrial's kits too. my finished one looks like this:










the pickups were shister though
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#7
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check out grizzly industrial's kits too. my finished one looks like this


the pickups were shister though

that looks really good... are those the neck inlays it comes with?
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#8
Quote by *kas
Blatant scam: Large view pictures of the kits are blurry as **** or non existant, website looks unprofessional, and the price for these full kits is the price you'd pay for a les paul body at Warmoth.com

Also they claim that all you need is a screwdriver (and some time!)

I've bought the same exact kit from the same exact website. Torres-Engineering is a very reputable site to buy from, but of course somebody with minimal experience would think otherwise. It's true, all you really need is a screwdriver to assemble the kits. Even the instructions with the kit say that...

The Grizzly kits are great, but they're pretty expensive to spend on a 'kit' in the first place. If you're looking to just learn how to finish/assemble a guitar, the Saga kits are the way to go.
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#9
Yeah. Saga is good practice, but I don't think I'm ever going to get mine playable. And I've heard bad things about torres, at least their amps.
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#10
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I've bought the same exact kit from the same exact website. Torres-Engineering is a very reputable site to buy from, but of course somebody with minimal experience would think otherwise. It's true, all you really need is a screwdriver to assemble the kits. Even the instructions with the kit say that...

The Grizzly kits are great, but they're pretty expensive to spend on a 'kit' in the first place. If you're looking to just learn how to finish/assemble a guitar, the Saga kits are the way to go.

Wow, I'm a noob
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#11
Torres pups arent bad either
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