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    So this is my first ever attempt at a guitar kit. I am 97% useless with tools etc... Anyhoo - Specs: FV-1 kit, Seymour Duncan Invaders, CTS pots, Orange drop caps, Grover locking tuners, Gotoh bridge, epiphone output jack. I'm waiting on a switchcraft 3-way switch and a new truss rod cover to arrive.

    I have found a very peaceful (and sometimes very frustrating) hobby.

    Next project - An explorer!
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    Last edited by Brendan; 04-03-2019 at 08:21 PM.

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    Looks awesome. Is it Basswood or Mahogany kit (is it heavy)?

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    The FV kits are normally basswood, in the case of the G version, with a thin flame maple veneer top.
    Unless itís marked as an FV-1M kit, they wonít be mahogany.
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