#1
You can buy realatively old necks and bodies for guitars for a lot cheaper than you would buy an actual guitar of that age.

My question is would it be a good idea to buy the parts then have it assembled by a proffesional?

The guitar is a fender stratocaster.
Originally Posted by bassmanjoe08
back in '76 i pried the frets off of jaco pastorius's bass hoping he wouldnt play as good.................damn did that backfire
#2
It will still cost $1,000 + The old necks, bodies, pups, hardware, etc can be very expensive.
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#3
And if you must pay the pro to do it... I doubt it would be worth it bro.
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#4
It would be easier to fund though.
You buy a new part when you have the money.
Originally Posted by bassmanjoe08
back in '76 i pried the frets off of jaco pastorius's bass hoping he wouldnt play as good.................damn did that backfire
#5
yeah why not, plus you can customize all you want
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#6
If you went little by little, I don't see why you couldn't then. I'm not a fan of that idea myself, but it could work. Go ahead and have fun.
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