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I have been dealing with electric guitars since 1965. Compared to a fine acoustic steel string they are like a dugout canoe next to a fine wooden sailing ship. Bolt on neck to body style instruments offer the greatest degree of allowable error in construction parameters.

Electric guitars are the kitchen cabinets of the guitar construction world.

This doesn't mean I don't treat them seriously as musical instruments. Actually to get the most out of one of these type instruments is an art in itself - especially when dealing with the tremolo bridges that have been around since the 1950's. I have built new or rebuilt originals of these K.C. style guitars since 1972. In short, I am very familiar with the various styles and more than experienced enough to make one play any way you want it to play.

I can make bolt-on-neck kitchen cabinet guitars like Fender's- but without the mistakes inherent in the original designs. My little homemade pieces are without peer.

Some features include:

  • 19 frets clear of the body
  • 7 1/2" F. B. radials
  • 25 1/2" scale length, solid one piece maple bodies
  • 25 frets- all playable

    ...and of course very fancy trim and finishes so reflective you can part your hair in them. I can also add any combination of split coil pickup configurations you could possibly think of, to go with the massive through-the-body brass and ebony or rosewood custom bridge.

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