V Style Electric Guitar Kit
V Style Electric Guitar Kit
V Style Electric Guitar Kit
V Style Electric Guitar Kit
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V Style Electric Guitar Kit

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$ 132.30 USD
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$ 132.30 USD
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$ 189.00 USD
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This Modified V Style guitar features a Basswood body. These guitars are equally suited for a painted or clear finish. Basswood is lighter weight than mahogany.

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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Gabe Giacomo
Cosmetic damage, but quick and structurally sound

Great communication in shipping/order status, and it was delivered quickly. As a disclaimer, I have little woodworking/painting experience, I've never built/worked on guitars other than some basic configuration, and I'm just sort of making things up as I go with the help of University of YouTube (haha).

When I got the kit (modified-V kit, basswood body & maple neck and P90's), there was a big dent in one of the points of the V and the body had 2 surface cracks on the back (see pics). The neck fit was snug and all the hardware was in good consition, so that was good. As I'm carving the body anyhow (just using dremel & sandpaper), I just rounded off the point completely, and had to fill in/repair the cracks on the back so I didn't need to sand down through the cracks. There were also a few knots in the wood, but nothing that wouldn't cover up. I was able to use a carving bit, 80-grit wheel, and 120-grit wheel on the drmeml to get the feathring textures down, then sanded the whole thing with 220 and 400-grit. I learned the hard way not to try priming in sub-freezing temperatures and am going to have to sand it back again and find somewhere warm to re-prime. Fun learning experience =)

Overall, I'm excited to continue the build (my first kit) and would still recommend, but a little disappointed that I had to do repair work before even getting going.

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Gabe Giacomo
Cosmetic damage, but quick and structurally sound

Great communication in shipping/order status, and it was delivered quickly. As a disclaimer, I have little woodworking/painting experience, I've never built/worked on guitars other than some basic configuration, and I'm just sort of making things up as I go with the help of University of YouTube (haha).

When I got the kit (modified-V kit, basswood body & maple neck and P90's), there was a big dent in one of the points of the V and the body had 2 surface cracks on the back (see pics). The neck fit was snug and all the hardware was in good consition, so that was good. As I'm carving the body anyhow (just using dremel & sandpaper), I just rounded off the point completely, and had to fill in/repair the cracks on the back so I didn't need to sand down through the cracks. There were also a few knots in the wood, but nothing that wouldn't cover up. I was able to use a carving bit, 80-grit wheel, and 120-grit wheel on the drmeml to get the feathring textures down, then sanded the whole thing with 220 and 400-grit. I learned the hard way not to try priming in sub-freezing temperatures and am going to have to sand it back again and find somewhere warm to re-prime. Fun learning experience =)

Overall, I'm excited to continue the build (my first kit) and would still recommend, but a little disappointed that I had to do repair work before even getting going.