Solo JMK-90 DIY Electric Guitar Kit

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$ USD 219.99

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Product Description

This DIY guitar kit has everything you need for building your own JM 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.

Please note: The body on this model has been upgraded from Basswood to Mahogany

Kit includes:

  • Mahogany body with a poly sealant
  • Unfinished mahogany neck with blackwood (engineered rosewood) fingerboard
  • Hex threaded peghead bushings with washers
  • Tuning Machines
  • Strings
  • Strap Buttons
  • Bridge Assembly with Trem arm
  • Neck Plate
  • Pickups
  • 3-Way Toggle Switch
  • Jack plate (2 mounting screws included)
  • Cord
  • Hex wrench for truss-rod adjustment
  • Allen Key for saddle height adjustment
  • All mounting screws are included

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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1 review for Solo JMK-90 DIY Electric Guitar Kit

  1. taylor.hudson (verified owner)

    Kit arrived quickly, and was packaged extremely well. Fretwork was great, not sharp ends, and only a couple of frets that were not level. Great feel, beautiful body, and the p-90s sound EXCELLENT. The body isn’t quite a JM, so I don’t know how a replacement pick guard would look, but I like the one included.

    However, there were a few issues with the kit: almost all of the tuning machines have issues with the chrome plating, and one of them was damaged to the point it was nearly impossible to get it secured in the headstock (but I was impatient and forced it in… I guess I’ll cross that bridge if I upgrade them…) One of the screws for the pickups was flat, so I had to use another screw to drill the hole into the body. Also on the pups, the springs aren’t very stiff, or very tall, so my bridge pickup can’t get as high as I’d like, and it moves a ton, causing noise.

    The last issue is that, while the neck pocket fit was excellent, the neck angle was too shallow, so I need to get a shim to set it up properly. Overall, with a bit of work, and some parts, this guitar comes out quite nicely, definitely on par or better than the best Squiers you’ll find.

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