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L3 Junior Solid-Body Guitar Kit with Spalted Maple Veneer

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Original price $239.99 USD
Original price $239.99 USD - Original price $239.99 USD
Original price $239.99 USD
Current price $199.99 USD
$199.99 USD - $199.99 USD
Current price $199.99 USD

Build your own junior solid-body singlecut guitar using this DIY guitar kit with a beautiful Spalted Maple Veneer, mahogany body & bolt-on maple neck, engineered rosewood fretboard, and trapezoid pearl white fretboard inlays.


  • Hand Orientation: Righty
  • Body Type: Solid
  • Body Material: Mahogany (1 piece)
  • Body Veneer/Top: Spalted Maple Veneer 
  • Body Binding: None
  • Neck Material: Maple
  • Neck Binding: None
  • Headstock Shape: LP styled
  • Headstock Binding: None
  • Fretboard Inlays: Trapezoid, Pearl White
  • Neck Joint: Bolt-on
  • Fretboard Material: Rosewood 
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Scale Length: 628mm / 24.75″
  • Electronics: 1 Volume, 1 Tone
  • Pickups: 1 P90
  • Hardware set Finish: Chrome
  • Bridge: Wraparound
  • Neck Nut Material: Bone
  • Pickguard: Black
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  • 🇺🇸 An estimated delivery time for in-stock kits from our U.S. warehouse is 10 days – ships to the U.S only.
  • 🌎 An estimated delivery time for in-stock kits from our international warehouse is 2-6 weeks.
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About our DIY guitar kits:
  • Images shown are for illustration purposes only. Actual guitar kit may vary because of wood grain pattern or hardware updates.
  • All parts are included to build your own DIY guitar if you're buying one of our in-stock kits (unless it says that it comes without hardware and electronics).
  • Our DIY kits come with non-branded hardware, electronics, and other accessories.
  • Learn more from our FAQ page.
Guitar Kit Assembly Instructions:
We prepared a range of tutorials to assist you with assembly, finishing and final setup. Go to to get started with your project. If something is unclear and you have questions please reach out to our Builder Success team from our Contact us page.
Safety First:

It is recommended to sand and finish your kit guitar in a well-ventilated area wearing a respirator mask. You can learn more about the safety tips that you need to follow by clicking here: Important Guitar Finishing Safety Tips That You Must Follow.