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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by Twostratsfornow, Nov 21, 2020.
It depends on what you are building. Some of the “affordable” kits are not very good. If your building a Strat, I have found I’m better off buying a used Squier SE and using that. It has a better body and neck than the kits and the rest of the stuff in the kit I replace anyways. (Tuners, electronics, etc...) And I have always been able to find them for less money than the kits. I have never bought one of the more expensive kits, so I can’t comment on those.
Here is one of my “builds”
And here is a slide show of the first SE I ever stripped down and rebuilt.
One of those strange things in life... a decent complete guitar is less expensive than box of unfinished guitar parts.
Guys......thanks for the replies, but I’m kidding. The thread title is just a set up for the cartoon.
Good info though @dbrian66 , I’m going to have some extra free time starting next summer and actually might give building/modding a whirl.
I’ve changed the thread title so as not to further inconvenience anyone with intent to help me, unnecessarily. Cheers.
Funny I ordered some kindling wood for the fireplace and inside was a guitar!
No problem... I knew your intent. It's just one of those posts that leads to a discussion, whether you meant it to or not.