This one is made from narra, a paduk like wood that grows only in the Philippines which is were I made it.
This is a ergonomical guitar with a twisted neck and a single adjustable pickup. It's a joy to play.
I like to dig into the strings and hate fretbuzz. It kills sustain and attack. I'm sure I can set it up lower but that's not my to my liking. I'm not a shredder anyway. I built guitars that suit me. I don't use knobs for instance so I leave them away. I'm just a simple bedroom player. They are...
Action is low as normal. 1.75 mm at high E-string and 2.15 at low E-string. Radius 7,5". Since I am used to it, other guitars feel a bit awkward.
I will built a normal version as well. Thinking about a twisted strat with the body twisting as well.
Any of you guy's have some experience with twisted necks.
I just finished building mine and I can say it gives much more ease on the wrist. It just feels natural.
Here is the link for the entire building process...
What are the differences between a high output pickup going straight to the amp and a and a low output pickup followed by a booster going to the amp?
Thanks for sharing your experiences.
Let me have a guess... Your guitar has a bridge, a nut, 6 strings, 21 to 24 frets, 2 or three pickups, a body and a neck.
These things have all been designed by other people and they didn't bother to protect their intellectual property so you can build your guitar without anyone hassling you...