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Old 2005-09-11, 20:42
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Recommend parts for my Schecter!

I'm ordering parts for a Schecter A-7 Diamond series guitar. All it has is a body, neck, the neck is bolted on and it has tuners and a nut ... meaning there are no electronics, no bridge, no pickups, back cover or even jack plate.

I've got roughly a 250-300$ budget to put this thing together.

I know Warmoth and Carvin carry parts, and that I have to get pots/knobs/wires/whathave you ... but I'm not sure exactly what I need, I'm afraid I'll order either too few or too many parts.


I'll have pictures of it up in just a moment.
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Old 2005-09-11, 21:06
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Old 2005-09-11, 21:16
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I'm ordering parts for a Schecter A-7 Diamond series guitar. All it has is a body, neck, the neck is bolted on and it has tuners and a nut ... meaning there are no electronics, no bridge, no pickups, back cover or even jack plate.

I've got roughly a 250-300$ budget to put this thing together.

I know Warmoth and Carvin carry parts, and that I have to get pots/knobs/wires/whathave you ... but I'm not sure exactly what I need, I'm afraid I'll order either too few or too many parts.


I'll have pictures of it up in just a moment.


No offense but if you have $250-300 you could just buy a A-7 Diamond series complete for that. I paid $200 for my A-7 off ebay. I recommend sell the one you have, buy a new one & use the money you got from selling the body to beef it up. But thats just my opinion. Here is the one i got for $200 which is about what they always go for.

http://img331.imageshack.us/img331/7770/frontg9yy.jpg

http://img331.imageshack.us/img331/1526/backg3pe.jpg

http://img331.imageshack.us/img331/9839/frontl2vb.jpg
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Old 2005-09-12, 14:52
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I think putting the guitar together is what counts here I mean it's a good experience and you learn something. And you won't learn it if you sell it and buy one that's already complete.
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