#1
Im thinking of aquiring:
a body of a strat here
the neck of another strat here

what would i need in the way of electronics, and is this do-able?
#3
although i dont know if its able to do i know what your going to need. 3 pickups single coil, two tone pots, a volume pot, an input jack, and a tremolo. pretty much everything your gonna need.
#4
you would need a neckplate. and a four screw pack for fender guitars. the neckplate goes between the body and the screws
#6
the only real thing i wouldnt know about getting is what type of tone pots to get. because there are different voltages. that would be something to ask somebody else.
#7
ya, would need the tone pots, and i would be thinking of throwing a killswitch onto it, cause im always leaving my amp on for 10 minutes at a time without playing will i wor on theory for whatever im doingm giving me ann annoying hum or buzz occasionally.
#8
Different voltages for tone pots? Lawl.

I think that you mean different resistances, and tapers. 25kOhms for active circuits, 250kOhms for passive singecoils or humbuckers, then linear or logarithmic taper.

Edit:

cause im always leaving my amp on for 10 minutes at a time without playing will i wor on theory for whatever im doingm giving me ann annoying hum or buzz occasionally.


If you use a solidstate, turn it off and save electricity - save energy, and save our planet. If you're using a tube amp, turn it to standby, so you don't burn the tubes out.
#9
well its sort of i just play, work on transcribing and **** while im playting, which t akes a few minutes, andsometimes do not appreciate the buzz. also id be cool to have:P
#10
My advice would be to find a Strat body, which already has a Floyd Rose trem route, just to make life easier. Then, get yourself an LFR, and the hardware in this picture:



Edit: I'm assuming that you want to make an EVH Frankenstrat - right?
#11
no.

by franken strat i just meant that i am buying the parts from two different strats, and combining them.
#12
Quote by KiErAn123
no.

by franken strat i just meant that i am buying the parts from two different strats, and combining them.


In that case, either just buy a cheap pre-made guitar, then upgrade the pickups, or buy that crap body and neck, then put a loaded pickguard into it.

Sure, it's worth doing, but you don't gain much by spending the time over it.
#13
ya, ive spent the last hour researching some ****, and im gonna buy the wood body from warmoth, because of the choice and stuff you get from them, i.e. wood types, and ****, and slowly make it over a couple of months, so i can take more time to research and ****, because i want to just have a stained wood one, now the colours.
#14
See, I wouldn't do a guitar like that because in the end, you just have a standard Strat. The great thing about Strats are making them YOUR guitar and not the guys next to you. If I may make a suggestion, do something to your Strat that isn't very common, like an HH loaded pick guard, or a diamond plate pick guard. Then slam a Jackson neck on and a Floyd Rose. Just do whatever to your guitar, but everyone and their mother has a Stratocaster standard, you should do something unique. At least do it the justice of a sick paintjob.
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