Slab Electric Guitar Kit
Slab Electric Guitar Kit
Slab Electric Guitar Kit
Slab Electric Guitar Kit
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Slab Electric Guitar Kit

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We heard your requests! The slab now features an undrilled control cavity and the back of the neck pocket is now uncut. Now more than ever you can create your own design.

We call this one the Slab. Visionary builders can see their guitar hiding in this monolith. Others just see a chunk of wood. This is an Advanced kit. You will need to cut the shape of your body. The dimension of the body is 17" x 13".

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 a 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.

Kits are sold as complete kits only. Basic instructions are included.

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

SKU: "TFW042"
Body: Alder
Bridge: Tune-o-matic
Controls: 2 Tone|2 Volume|3-way toggle
Fretboard Material: Rosewood
Fretboard Radius: 12 Inch
Fret Count: 22
Fret Style: Standard
Hand Orientation: Right Hand
Hardware: Chrome
Pickups: HH
Neck Material: Maple
Neck Joint: Set In (glued) or Bolt On
Nut Width: 1 5/8 Inch
Pickguard: SG
Scale: 24.75
Top: N/A
Truss Rod: Yes - Preinstalled

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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M
Miles G.
Lapcaster

Tried to design a guitar that didn�t just slip right off your lap when playing a electric guitar sitting down. I always had that problem with electric guitars, cause 99% the time I play electric guitar I play them sitting down and had the problem of them sliding off my lap ether behind me or in front of me.so I made the lower horn concave where it would be against your leg.

M
Miles G.
The Corset

Symmetry with the double pickguard resembling the shape of a Corset.

M
Miles G.
Jazz Mister

Jazzmaster look alike , at least the look a like from the offset ones but this is my first build an really my trail run for my next build which is not gonna be a precut body kit an will shape the body myself so im excited for that but i think obne turned out kinda decent

A
Adrian
A good kit

My neck started a little loose in the neck pocket, I guess it was particularly dry in UT. After a couple of days in the humidity of VA, the neck was nice and tight. The bottom of the neck needed a little relief for the neck pickup. The control area is routed fairly close to the bottom corner so you have some limitations in your designs. It seems to be placed where an SG/LP would have it. Plan accordingly.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
75%
(3)
25%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
M
Miles G.
Lapcaster

Tried to design a guitar that didn�t just slip right off your lap when playing a electric guitar sitting down. I always had that problem with electric guitars, cause 99% the time I play electric guitar I play them sitting down and had the problem of them sliding off my lap ether behind me or in front of me.so I made the lower horn concave where it would be against your leg.

M
Miles G.
The Corset

Symmetry with the double pickguard resembling the shape of a Corset.

M
Miles G.
Jazz Mister

Jazzmaster look alike , at least the look a like from the offset ones but this is my first build an really my trail run for my next build which is not gonna be a precut body kit an will shape the body myself so im excited for that but i think obne turned out kinda decent

A
Adrian
A good kit

My neck started a little loose in the neck pocket, I guess it was particularly dry in UT. After a couple of days in the humidity of VA, the neck was nice and tight. The bottom of the neck needed a little relief for the neck pickup. The control area is routed fairly close to the bottom corner so you have some limitations in your designs. It seems to be placed where an SG/LP would have it. Plan accordingly.