Thanks for clarifying your meaning.
Indeed if you put something together from previously assembled parts or new parts you still have assembled a parts guitar. If you disassemble a guitar to sell the parts that is what is known normally as parting out a guitar.
I wonder if you could clarify when you are saying parts-out guitars it seems from the rest of your post that you have made three guitars from parts?
I ask because the term part-out a guitar usually refers to disassembling an already constructed guitar and selling off the individual parts.
You really need to provide more information, photographic evidence. But perhaps make sure you go through your connections for the 89 and make sure that the connections are not the reverse of what they should be.
It might be better to move the thread to a more relevant sub forum...
My preference for Warmoth necks is with 6100 SS. But any work on them I do myself.
Nuts from Warmoth are fine I would personally recommend TUSQ XL. The slots could be dialled in to suit a particular set up but they are playable out of the box.
You may know this but technically speaking they do not coil split. They have three coils, two side by side, and a third stacked under one of the previous two which is used when selecting the "single coil" mode.
Here is my Warmoth purple burst.
Complete_2 by stratamania, on Flickr
There are more photos and specs at the link below.
I am planning an upgrade/replacement for my old reliable system and have been investigating Roon and Roon ready devices, various HiFi, home cinema possibilities. Its probably going to be next year till I have it done overall. But Roon looks very good.
I am currently going through the CDs and...