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Solo ESK-35T DIY Electric Guitar Kit

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$ USD 239.99 $ USD 209.99

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Product Description

This DIY guitar kit has everything you need for building your own ES Style Electric Guitar. You will only need some basic tools and finishing supplies. This kit includes all parts and step-by-step instructions to build a complete, playable custom guitar. All challenging wood cutting, drilling and shaping has already been professionally done, as well as fret leveling and dressing.

Kit includes:

  • Maple body with a poly sealant
  • Unfinished maple neck with blackwood (engineered rosewood) fingerboard
  • Threaded hex bushings (flat washers included)
  • Tuning machines
  • Truss Rod Cover
  • Strings
  • Top Pickguard
  • Strap Buttons
  • Neck Pickup on a mounting ring
  • Bridge Pickup on a mounting ring
  • Trapezoid tailpiece with Tune-O-Matic style saddles
  • Pickguard
  • 3-Way Pickup Toggle Switch (includes knurled mounting nut, flat washer, and plastic Rhythm/Treble Ring-switchwasher)
  • Control Knobs
  • Jack (mounting nut and washer included)
  • Cord
  • Hex Wrench
  • Control Pots (capacitors included for Tone Pots)
  • All mounting screws are included
  • Wires
IMPORTANT (in addition to our standard return policy): due to their nature kits can be returned only in virtually untouched condition and in original package.

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Width Nut

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4 reviews for Solo ESK-35T DIY Electric Guitar Kit

  1. Jordan Fritz
    Rated 4 out of 5

    Jordan Fritz (verified owner)

    This was my first DIY guitar project. It was super fun! The instructions were really easy to follow, and everything went together as it should.
    The fretwork was actually spot on, so I haven’t had to touch up any of them.
    The only problem I had was that the nut height was way too high and threw off intonation, so I sanded down and installed a GraphTech nut. Now this is one of my favourite guitars. Worth every cent.

  2. Scott Nicoll
    Rated 4 out of 5

    Scott Nicoll

    First kit went together great. The fit was top notch. The neck was true and the frets ready to go. I had a little trouble with the wiring but after an e-mail I was contacted by a gentleman named Matt who helped me through it over the phone. Great service…Thanks Matt. I was surprised at how good the pick-ups sound. Great guitar and loads of fun.

  3. Richard
    Rated 5 out of 5

    Richard (verified owner)

    I’m having the time of my life working on this sucker. Top notch quality on all the pieces and parts. I’m just trying not to rush the finishing process because I want to try it out. This is highly recommended for anyone who wants to relish in a true sense of accomplishment.

  4. billtaylor613
    Rated 5 out of 5

    billtaylor613 (verified owner)

    This was my first adventure with a set-style neck.
    I was apprehensive and concerned about building a kit with a neck that I could not adjust after gluing it in place.
    I trialed the fit (nice close fit in the pocket) and measured the scale of the guitar determining that the bridge location was appropriate for the intonation adjustments offered by the moveable bridge pieces.
    After gluing in the neck and adding strings, I was relieved to find that I was able to achieve good intonation.
    With that worry out of the way, the rest of the assembly went smoothly.
    I found the wiring diagram was not giving me the “blended” effect I required when both pickups were engaged.
    However, I found a LP wiring diagram on the net that gave me good blending and all was well.
    the robust block through the body from neck to tail and the attachment points of the bridge into that block gives way better sustain than a floating bridge on an arch-top hollow body design, so I really prefer this semi-hollow body design to a full hollow body when it comes to amplifying the instrument and having access to the full sonic range of an electric guitar.
    Overall, I am satisfied with my new great-looking instrument and I do love showing it off.

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