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Discussion in 'Other Guitars' started by greasybutton, Jun 1, 2009.
that helped alot!
so i started my offset v kit today!
this is what im going for:
1st Coat of black:
tommarow il paint the last coat of black and then paint the bevels silver
and wednesday il start on the lacquer il probly do 15-20 coats
Nice work, fuckstick! Maybe you should have used some of your handi-work before screwing a fellow forum member by sending him this piece of shit:
Perhaps you could have un-fucked it before selling it - (or just not lied about its condition when selling it. )
This kid is a douche. I think an epic "strap button on the neck" thread would be a great tribute to his genius.
Have any of you other guys noticed that the OP hasn't been here since October 20th?
What if the kit killed him??
I'm bringing this thread back because i'm thinking about buying one of the new mahogany bodies with a maple cap
anyone does one of those?
is the neck better now?
I'd be glad to see what does it look like now, and what will be the resulting sound and playability. Please, stay tuned.
How hard is it to fix the neck on the LPs. I would love to do one of these.
Ordering the Les Paul model in June, gonna be immense.
Hey does anybody have any instructions for the Offset Flying V kit???
While this thread is still hanging around, I have a question.
I have never built a guitar before. Im interested in buying that Explorer kit on guitarfetish, and its a set neck kit. I cannot get along with bolt-on's unless it's Ibanez style. Would it be easy for me to build this by myself? Anything other than glue involed? No sanding or fitting?
I'm sorry to revive this old thread but I didn't want to start a new one on the same topic. Is the fret access on that offset V good? I want to buy the kit but I don't want a guitar that you can't even use the upper frets on.