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Rocktile Electric Guitar Kit Single Cut Style
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- Do-it-yourself kit electric guitar, single cut-style, body: Basswood, neck: Bolt-on maple
- Fingerboard: Rosewood, pickups: 2 x humbucker, diecast tuners
- Colour: Natural
- With all the necessary parts
- A certain level from technical skill is required
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Complete kit including electronics - make your own custom shop!
Your style - your design - your instrument!
With the Rocktile ""Do-it-yourself"" you'll build your own custom shop. Search out your favorite shape and build your individual instrument, of which there will be no other. In this kit you can find all the parts that you need, you'll only have to bring a few tools and to have some degree of technical skill. All wooden parts are pre-milled and non colored. So you have a lot of creative freedom in the design: natural with satin finish, metallic finish or high-gloss, colorful, black / white or vintage overly processed...just as you wish.
1 x Rocktile E-Guitar LP-Style Kit With Everything Required
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I am going to make this work,but if you have no wood work skills check that part first when you open the box.it seems to be the only let down.
However, I would recommend reading up on the subject online, specially if you're looking to get a good LP copy at the end of it.
Downside for me is that the wood grain isn't good enough for a lacquer or see-through finish, so I'll have to pick a solid colour.
I have attached a picture of the finished guitar.
It not only looks great, it sounds great too.