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A Step by Step Guide to Truss Rod Adjustment

A Step by Step Guide to Truss Rod Adjustment

Straightening Your Guitar Kit's Neck for Ultimate Playability One of the most obvious reasons a guitar may not play well comes down to a bent or warped guitar neck. Guitar Kit’s will often require some truss rod adjustment after assembling....

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How to Wire a Stratocaster Guitar Kit

How to Wire a Stratocaster Guitar Kit

In the following article we're going to be running through the basics of wiring up a Stratocaster Guitar Kit. These articles are aimed at keeping things simple so if this is your first guitar kit the following information should be...

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Guitar Tonewoods

Guitar Tonewoods

A tonewood is a type of timber Luthiers (makers of stringed instruments) refer to for its tonal characteristics e.g. it's, ability to make a nice sounding guitar. They are almost always a hardwood. We have listed the 5 most common...

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Neck Assembly for Kit Guitars

Neck Assembly for Kit Guitars

Neck assembly for kit guitars is fairly straightforward for the most part, but there are a few things you will want to avoid doing. This article covers basic information about guitar necks including neck profile and common timbers along with...

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Best Guitar Bridge Options for Kit Guitars

Best Guitar Bridge Options for Kit Guitars

In the following article, we're going to take a closer look at some of the best guitar bridge options available for kit guitars. This isn't an exhaustive list of guitar bridges, however, the bridges listed below are what you will find...

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DIY 7 String Guitar Kits (3 Great Options)

DIY 7 String Guitar Kits (3 Great Options)

Interest in 7 string guitar kits has exploded in recent times. In fact, on a week to week basis I currently receive approximately twice as many inquiries regarding DIY 7 string guitar kits as I do for our 6 string...

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Wood Grain Filler for Guitar Bodies

Wood Grain Filler for Guitar Bodies

All hardwoods are fairly open grained, some more than others. To achieve a smooth glossy finish we require an even surface to work with and when using an open grain timber such as Mahogany this can be difficult. To achieve this...

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