Assembling an Electric Guitar – neck and body

yeah, i should put more details on the blog post title but actually i want to show you how easy assembling guitar can be. what i got here was a separated squier telecaster neck and pre-wired telecaster body. the only thing you need here is one screwdriver and you can put them into one piece of beautiful telecaster.

squier telecaster
Assembling an Electric Guitar – neck and body

just put them together and,

squier telecaster

put the plate and the screw, then tighten them X way.

squier telecaster

once it is done, put the strings

squier telecaster

now, the last thing you need to do is take the last picture of your work and you can admire it while you’re playing it

squier telecaster

okay… what so special about this? nothing, yes, NOTHING

all i want to say is, guitars can be so simple without decreasing our respects to this holy grail. and wonderful thing about telecaster is. unlike other set-neck guitars, telecaster can be so great since you can get its parts separately, highly customized as your wishes in such an easy way… this guitar is so popular yet it still give its best contributions to every guitarists style of playing.

enjoy telecasters!

Being Mr. V (the guitarist who own flying V guitar)

flying V guitar
Mr. V

yes, first you gotta let me using that title, then I’ll show you some dreams.

who’s the first?
yes, Gibson is the first brand which launched the flying V guitar. it was in 1958, TheĀ  flying V guitar designs were meant to a futuristic image of Gibson brand. Lonnie Mack and Albert King were considered the first user of this guitar model. Dave Davies and Jimi Hendrix started using it in the mid-late 1960s.

what is the first next thing happened?
of course, the variants. Flying V2, Reverse Flying V, V Bass are the next generations of Gibson flying V guitars.

who’s got the thrill?
the metal heads. this guitar model has a strong and masculine look, so impressive and it becomes one of first choice for metal genre. Dean V with V shaped Dean Headstock and V shaped tailpiece, KKV (Kerry King V), also known as the Speed V, designed by kerry king for B.C. Rich guitars, Jackson King V, and Randy Rhoads has his Jackson Randy Rhoads series.

so, do you want to put these guitars as one of your weapon?
i do,.. it’s kind of cute if i have one of flying V guitar. still, I’m not sure which brand should i go with because Gibson Explorer is what actually on my mind right now. thanks to this guy on the pic down here