Artist LPFDIY Classic Flame Do it Yourself Guitar Kit
About This LP Classic Flame Guitar Kit
Get behind the invention and build your very OWN iconic guitar with these ready-to-go kits. They are unfinished so that you can spray these yourself, cut the headstock to your desired shape.
They include Ready-to-spray unbound bolt-on-neck, bound and unfinished Solid Mahogany body with Maple Cap and Flame Veneer, two ceramic humbuckers, cream scratch plate, cream back plates, pots, gold coloured knobs, chrome plated tunomatic bridge, Stop-Tail, strings. The body is Raw wood and does not have any coating giving you the option of how you would want to stain or apply the finish on the kit.
These kits are full size.
The Tech Features
- 1x Solid Mahogany body with maple cap with flame veneer
- 1x Mahogany neck with eco-rosewood fretboard
- Quality ceramic humbucker pickups That are numbered and Easy to connect.
- Scale Length: 628mm
- Nut Width: 42mm
Optional Hardcases: LP400BK, LP500BR
Optional Gig Bags: HGBAGST, BAGST
maple top lpBy: phil Johnson on 5 November 2020have been playing my artist lp now for about 6 months and it seriously gives my gold top a run for its money in playability and general overall tone. highly recommend these kits.
The Best Kit and The Best PriceBy: James Newman on 27 July 2020After Purchasing 10 of the Artist LPDIY Build Kits I can recommend them with out hesitation. Finely made and ready to be finished off . Excellent hardware as well . What more can I say! They are the best you can buy !
LPDIY kitBy: Brendon Tong on 2 April 2020Awesome kit, easy to assemble
BeautifulBy: Stephen on 12 September 2019I have been playing my completed guitar now for a couple of weeks and it is exceptional. It stained beautifully with minimal finish sanding, using Stewmac guitar stain and finished of to a lustrous shine with TruOil. The flame top is very attractive and perfectly bookmatched. My only criticism would be some of the numbered stickers on the wiring were missing, which took a couple of attempts to get it right. Googling Les Paul wiring diagram solved the issue. Also one solder joint had broken off (probably my rough handling). All in all you will be very happy with the kit and the finished product.