Offset P90 Electric Guitar Kit
Offset P90 Electric Guitar Kit
Offset P90 Electric Guitar Kit
Offset P90 Electric Guitar Kit
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Offset P90 Electric Guitar Kit

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$ 252.00
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*Now with an Alder body*

There is something so classic about the un-symmetric body and vintage style tremolo bridge. Get your hands on one by building your own using this affordable kit. 2 Single coil P90 pickups and oozing with style.

This kit contains everything you need to build your guitar.  Just add your finish materials to the body and neck.  These kits aren’t just a collection of random parts- each neck has been custom fitted to the body to ensure a good, snug fit.  Includes an unfinished, predrilled body, fretted neck, all electronics and hardware. Wood is raw and unfinished, may require sanding and patching or other preparation prior to applying a finish.

Basic instructions included. Sold as a complete kit only.

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The instructions specific to this model can be found in the Instruction Library

SKU: "TFW105"
Body: Alder
Bridge: Tremolo
Controls: 1T|1V|3-way toggle
Fretboard Material: Rosewood
Fretboard Radius: 12 Inch
Fret Count: 21
Fret Style: Standard
Hand Orientation: Right Hand
Hardware: Chrome
Pickups: P90 - P90
Neck Material: Maple
Neck Joint: Bolt On
Nut Width: 1 5/8 Inch
Pickguard: Tortoise
Scale: 25.5"
Top: N/A
Truss Rod: Yes - Preinstalled

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
33%
(1)
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Ammon Guinn
First time builder from a kit

As a first time builder from a kit, I am impressed with just how much goes into making sure these are designed to be done without any major problems. Before I pulled the trigger on this purchase I did a lot of research online and found at least 60% of those who offer "kits" have reviews that aren't favorable towards the play-ability of their finished products without major remedies. I have bought several basket cases that were sold as "junk".......rebuilt, resold, repeat.....in the past and this kit was a breeze compared to rebuilding. I, as an amateur, would recommend this kit for anyone who wants a personally built, up-gradable guitar for personal use or resale just based on my experience so far with this company's product. Until proven different, I will be buying more in the future.

D
Daniel
Awesome Kit for Cheap Hobbyist

I ordered this kit after watching Dan from Guns and Guitars demonstrating this kit. This was my first 6 string instrument kit (I have kit built a cigar box guitar and cajon). I was very satisfied with everything. I purchased this thinking I would be upgrading tuners, pickups, nut, etc.., but I decided to wait and get it in before buying any upgrades. After receiving it, I was very pleased with the quality of all the parts. The neck was in good shape and had a good/playable fret job, but I did level and re-crown the frets. I approached this build expecting to have to do this and it is really easy. There are lots of videos on how to do this on YouTube. The body needed very little sanding and looked really good. It was 4 (maybe even 5) piece, so if you're a wood snob, you might be disappointed. The tuners stay in tune for days, even after heavy play. The pickups sound great. The neck pickup is especially hot, but manages to balance well with the bridge pickup. I feel the neck is dirtier and more rock and roll, while the bridge is twangier. The only part that doesn't work perfect is the tremolo. Initially, it would pull the guitar out of tune and not return properly. I made some spring adjustments (it has a screw made to adjust this) and it returns and stays in tune now, but it is a little sluggish to return. It wasn't a big deal to me, since I never use a tremolo. Last thing I'll mention is the nut. It was extremely high. I had to file 2-3mm off to get open chords to sound right. Once I did this, the guitar plays perfect all the way thru the neck. Overall, I love the build. I have a $1300 Carvin, but I haven't played it in the last month, because I have been playing my kit guitar. It is well worth the money to me and was fun to build, if you like those kinds of projects.

C
Carl Fox
Great guitar with some minor tweaking

I really like this guitar, sounds great and plays great. I had a minor issue and needed to shim the neck slightly to correct the action/ neck angle.
The fret work was good but not perfect, couple of sharp ends and one high fret. No big deal.
The neck was well shaped and sanded, the fret board is nicely grained and colored. all the markers were flush to the surface.
The body was sanded pretty well, didn't take much time to finish it by hand.
My biggest complaint is that the control route is a bit tight for full size pots. It'd be great if it were a continuous width instead of the hole and slot arrangement it now has.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
33%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
Ammon Guinn
First time builder from a kit

As a first time builder from a kit, I am impressed with just how much goes into making sure these are designed to be done without any major problems. Before I pulled the trigger on this purchase I did a lot of research online and found at least 60% of those who offer "kits" have reviews that aren't favorable towards the play-ability of their finished products without major remedies. I have bought several basket cases that were sold as "junk".......rebuilt, resold, repeat.....in the past and this kit was a breeze compared to rebuilding. I, as an amateur, would recommend this kit for anyone who wants a personally built, up-gradable guitar for personal use or resale just based on my experience so far with this company's product. Until proven different, I will be buying more in the future.

D
Daniel
Awesome Kit for Cheap Hobbyist

I ordered this kit after watching Dan from Guns and Guitars demonstrating this kit. This was my first 6 string instrument kit (I have kit built a cigar box guitar and cajon). I was very satisfied with everything. I purchased this thinking I would be upgrading tuners, pickups, nut, etc.., but I decided to wait and get it in before buying any upgrades. After receiving it, I was very pleased with the quality of all the parts. The neck was in good shape and had a good/playable fret job, but I did level and re-crown the frets. I approached this build expecting to have to do this and it is really easy. There are lots of videos on how to do this on YouTube. The body needed very little sanding and looked really good. It was 4 (maybe even 5) piece, so if you're a wood snob, you might be disappointed. The tuners stay in tune for days, even after heavy play. The pickups sound great. The neck pickup is especially hot, but manages to balance well with the bridge pickup. I feel the neck is dirtier and more rock and roll, while the bridge is twangier. The only part that doesn't work perfect is the tremolo. Initially, it would pull the guitar out of tune and not return properly. I made some spring adjustments (it has a screw made to adjust this) and it returns and stays in tune now, but it is a little sluggish to return. It wasn't a big deal to me, since I never use a tremolo. Last thing I'll mention is the nut. It was extremely high. I had to file 2-3mm off to get open chords to sound right. Once I did this, the guitar plays perfect all the way thru the neck. Overall, I love the build. I have a $1300 Carvin, but I haven't played it in the last month, because I have been playing my kit guitar. It is well worth the money to me and was fun to build, if you like those kinds of projects.

C
Carl Fox
Great guitar with some minor tweaking

I really like this guitar, sounds great and plays great. I had a minor issue and needed to shim the neck slightly to correct the action/ neck angle.
The fret work was good but not perfect, couple of sharp ends and one high fret. No big deal.
The neck was well shaped and sanded, the fret board is nicely grained and colored. all the markers were flush to the surface.
The body was sanded pretty well, didn't take much time to finish it by hand.
My biggest complaint is that the control route is a bit tight for full size pots. It'd be great if it were a continuous width instead of the hole and slot arrangement it now has.