#1
I was thinking, since we can get any type or wood we want, that i would make a guitar in woodshop at school. I was thinking of making an explorer. How hard would it be to make the guitar with a set neck, and how hard is it to make the neck itself? I have made stuff before such as a wagon and built our deck, but i have no idea how hard it would be. Do you think i could get a premade neck from somewhere, and just set it? I'll take any advice you guys are willing to give. Thanks a ton
Gear:
Blackstar HT-5 Half Stack
Damage control Solid Metal
Boss Flanger
Electro-Harmonix Q-Tron+
Dunlop 535Q Wah
General Guitar Gadgets ITS8 Overdrive
Marshall MS-4 Ministack

Guitars:

PRS Custom 24

Washburn D10 Quilted Bubinga
#2
How much time do you have? Remember if you paint your guitar, it needs time to cure, etc. When I built one of my guitars i spent a good 4 months building it the way I wanted it. From scratch, outsourcing parts, winding pickups, etc.
#3
its a very precise job, nothing like a deck or a wagon, even though those kick ass too. id reccomend that you get a fretboard at least from warmoth or something, itd be hard to get the frets perfectly on there
#4
thanks guys, could you tell me whats involved in setting a neck?
Gear:
Blackstar HT-5 Half Stack
Damage control Solid Metal
Boss Flanger
Electro-Harmonix Q-Tron+
Dunlop 535Q Wah
General Guitar Gadgets ITS8 Overdrive
Marshall MS-4 Ministack

Guitars:

PRS Custom 24

Washburn D10 Quilted Bubinga