Solo STK-1BK DIY Electric Guitar Kit With Finished Black Body

Rated 3.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$ USD 129.99

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Product Description

This guitar kit has everything you need for building your own custom ST style Electric Guitar. You will need only some basic tools and finishing supplies. All challenging wood cutting, drilling and shaping is already done professionally, as well as fret leveling and dressing. A detailed manual is included with step by step instructions.

Kit Includes:

  • Basswood body with a black finish
  • Unfinished maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
  • Press-fit peghead bushings
  • String Retainers
  • Tuning Machines
  • Strings
  • Strap Buttons
  • Pickguard Assembly
  • Tremolo bridge
  • Jack plate
  • Neck Plate
  • Back Plate
  • Spring Claw
  • Springs
  • Ground Wire
  • Cord
  • Truss rod Allen key
  • Bridge saddles Allen key
  • 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.

Technical Details

Body Information
Pickguard

Thickness

Body Material

DIY Kit Information
Finish

Black

Style

Neck Information
Fretboard

Construction

Frets

Inlays

Scale Length

Thick Nut

Width Nut

Hardware and Electronics
Hardware Color

Selector Type

Bridge

Controls

Electronics

Pickups

Tuners

1 review for Solo STK-1BK DIY Electric Guitar Kit With Finished Black Body

  1. SANBAM49
    Rated 3 out of 5

    SANBAM49 (verified owner)

    I was satisfied for the most part there were a few quality control issues. The first issue was tuning machine screw hole alignment I had too drill an additional hole to get them to align. Second pick guard was scratched and there were bubbles on the face itself. Third the kit was missing back plate screws. I had a little grounding issue so instead of using the whole on the claw plate sanded the back of the plate and spread the wire and that seem to do the trick. Also I had to lower the pickups which I figure most new guitars need some type adjusting. Wow it feels like away more expensive guitar.

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