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By Silicon Valley VP
April 4, 2020
This is a rough guitar body and given the two piece joined body might be better suited to paint rather than staining and lacquer. And while I appreciate the other reviews, this body was worth $43. Delivery was free. You can pay $50 for a "basic" finished body with a $15 delivery fee from Guitar Fetish and it will be perfect. But you pay a price $65 total. Look I build a lot of guitars and this was a "test" build to add a Bigsby style tremolo. and special cut back bridge.. And the guitar may not play well. So for $43 if a screw it up. This is greta project price. The cross grain cuts are on the sides are pretty rough. So I filled them with grain filler and then coated the body with a lacquer sander sealer. Next I'll wet sand the whole guitar, stain in indigo blue and spray it with clear lacquer. I'll update the post when I'm done. Sealing the wood and getting the "hairs" of th cross cuts to lay flat is key to a nice smooth finish. Having said that, unfinished "kits" required some elbow grease and other materials to get them to look good. This body os worth $43 with free delivery. Lastly I'd add that drilling the neck wholes and adding the bridge and tremolo so that the strings intonate and line up with the neck is not a beginner's task. It isn't hard but its easy to make a mistake which would render the final product "unplayable". If you're good at doing these things - fine. But for $43 this body is a lot of work to make to work right. Still $43 brought this project within a reasonable budget. But it is a lot of work. I give it 4 stars but "caveat emptor". Buyer Beware!
April 4, 2020
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