#1
k so i found some really good deals on some humbuckers and an old guitar neck and body..... theres nothing on the body so i would have put in all the switches but i was just wondring how hard it is just to put a guitar together ...... i know how to solder stuff but im pretty new to wiring the whole guitar i just want to know if its worth it to buy all the stuff and make it or if its just going to get bought and then be impossible to build
My Gear:
Schecter Omen 6 ( Seymour Duncan SH - 8 Invader Bridge, GFS Crunchy Rails Neck )
Jackson JS30DKT Dinky™ Hard tail ( Stock Pickups )
Fender Squire Stratocaster ( Stock Pickups )
Vox AD15VT Amplifier
#2
Is everything routed on the body? And what do you mean by nothing? A complete blank?

Wiring is pretty easy, as long as you can slowly follow the instructions.
#3
it is easy, you just gotta take it slow
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#4
blank as in its cut for all the stuff but not painted or wired in any way
My Gear:
Schecter Omen 6 ( Seymour Duncan SH - 8 Invader Bridge, GFS Crunchy Rails Neck )
Jackson JS30DKT Dinky™ Hard tail ( Stock Pickups )
Fender Squire Stratocaster ( Stock Pickups )
Vox AD15VT Amplifier
#5
not too hard, and pots and switches arent too much. its not too hard to do if u can solder.