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turning a cheap guitar into your ultimate guitar for a quarter of the price

by:QY Precision      2019-09-24
From the low end to the high end, every guitarist wants the best.
You listen, watch and worship the guitarists who inspire you to strive for higher skills.
Unfortunately, the gear they play with is out of your price range.
Don\'t be afraid, modest players.
You can convert cheaper versions to expensive ones.
Typically, you can do this with less than the price of a high-priced version handled by a brand named rockstar. Who you ask? Well. . .
Explain it quickly first. . .
Almost all guitars are equal, not long ago the guitar (
Especially electric)
Made in a special way.
People are exposed to them at all stages of development and production. Sculpted them.
Yore\'s great guitar makers patch their sound by wood selection, molding, wiring and modifying almost everything;
All of this is to give their work an advantage in the competition.
Great people made guitars live today under the banners they made.
Of course, the two biggest giants on the court are fend and Gibson.
They have left a legacy on their sturdy instruments that offer overall tone, innovation and playability.
There is reason to believe that in order to have a guitar that is comparable to the quality, people will pay for any requested price.
After all, you end up \"getting what you paid \".
Very expensive guitar. . .
There is a reason why the price is high. Yes?
Today, to make any guitar better, \"get what you pay for\" is not necessarily a dollar for a dollar.
In fact, what you pay for is a product that gets better over time. . .
There are also delegates. . . The price is lower.
The fact is: most of the guitars are made with CNC machines;
Even expensive.
Usually, expensive is made on the same machine, and cheaper is, just different factories (sometimes).
The same blueprint and schematic diagram are usually used;
The guitar is cut and formed by an automatic saw and Sanders.
The products they offer are better and more stable than yore\'s guitars.
So, when it comes down to the real difference between the expensive and cheap versions of the guitar, it really doesn\'t have much.
They are great in most cases.
The quality is equal to the price, and while spending more money may buy higher quality things for something, the electric guitar is no longer the case.
On the contrary, more money means a better brand and more money.
For years, the major differences in quality between less expensive products and high-end guitars have been shrinking.
This is partly due to the mechanization of how most parts of the guitar are manufactured.
The automatic and computer-guided machines have basically mastered the skills needed to cut, shape and improve the fine points of the electric guitar, and there is almost nothing.
So the craft was once considered not only an expensive price qualifier, but there was basically no reason to buy a \"better\" guitar.
Even more expensive guitars are made on the same machine as cheaper guitars.
There are, of course, some differences.
Guitar makers can\'t simply put a bigger price tag on the guitar, which is the same as a cheaper guitar.
The news of these things will often spread, and they will close down (
Hope so)
The key difference between a cheaper model and a high-priced model is the material that makes it and the way it is implemented.
The creation of guitars is mostly automated, such as wood, hardware, and their set.
Up is the most obvious driver of higher cost rationality.
Usually choose the material of the expensive version.
Is it worth it?
Followers of the guitar buying philosophy will tell you that every penny of the $3,000 guitar is worth it because materials, electronics, hardware and craftsmanship are far from proving that the price is expensive.
Some people will also say the advantages of the materials used (
Wood, paint, etc. )
They have lower prices, which is partly the reason.
They may say that the proof is that in the \"sound\" or \"tone\" of all these elements, the combination of these elements requires a high dollar.
It may also be argued that this was the case in the past, but it is not.
Considering the relative ease of making electric guitars now, and the process of making cheaper, low-end guitars.
Higher prices are becoming harder and harder to justify, as the process of producing lower-cost guitars is almost the same as the higher version.
This is combined with the realization of the above materials (
Wood, paint, etc. )
Do not affect the tone and overall sound production of the electric guitar.
After stripping out the manufacturing and materials, the logical reasoning that guarantees an expensive guitar \"worth it\" is about nostalgia, heroic jealousy, and brand and model prestige.
Is the price tag worth thousands of yuan? Probably not.
However, this is the buyer\'s request.
For guitar players, in the absence of the means to purchase instruments marked in the thousands of dollars range, cheap versions are becoming more expensive and have an option;
Construction and upgrading.
Starting from scratch, building an instrument that is comparable to a smooth and expensive version can cause a series of problems.
Cutting, forming and grinding wood to form the professional machinery and (somewhat)materials (
If you want to be a copy of almost the same).
However, if one has enough creativity, there is a way to pay for it.
The \"kit\" is available at a moderate price and these kits are ready for assembly only.
This usually requires minimal tools and skills.
For the fully decorated version that the player wants to create, the price drops well below hundreds or even thousands of pounds.
There are really several ways to get your dream expensive guitar cheaply;
Several of them are: order a counterfeit product directly from ChinaBuild, order it from kitchbuild in kitTake\'s existing form, similar guitar, to make it meet the quality and specifications of the more expensive version of the pickup, it is the beating core of its voice.
Players with low-end guitars often think pickup upgrade is an opportunity to create a bad situation. . .
A little better.
Why be content with \"better\" when you can clone your dream guitar \"?
Here\'s how you do it: Study the specifications of your favorite guitar.
Pay close attention to the specifications of the pickup truck. (
Quickly browse the K value of the pick-up)
Find a replacement that is as close to these specifications as possible.
The next step will be electronics.
These are a little easy, but at the same time they are difficult.
Most manufacturers do not release much in the way of potentiometer details, capacitors, or switch manufacturers, but all of them can be approximate.
Research is your friend when it comes to copying electronic parts lists.
In terms of electronic equipment, the wiring scheme is the one that really affects \"cloning.
We have done a lot of guessing work in the past days (
Unless you own and take apart, or know someone who works in [and took apart]
Those more expensive guitars).
Now, however, with the guitarist\'s generous sharing of information, you can easily check the wiring diagram of the legendary guitar.
In fact, many pickup truck manufacturers publish various wiring diagrams on their website. . . for free.
The wiring diagram at hand, you can take it to your local electric guitar player/amateur friend/electronics enthusiast, weld everything together and install it.
You need to do something first if you want to handle the job yourself: you are trying to simulate the Guitar wiring diagram of the soldering iron (
It would be better to 35 w as the fried parts are not too hot but hot enough to weld)Solder (
It\'s best to do this work with 60 tin/40 lead)
Dissoluble braids (
For those of us who don\'t weld very well)Copper wire (
Preferably shielded)Wire cutters (
Preferably with a strip)
Aluminum or copper tape (
For electrostatic shielding purposes [
Personal preferences)
If you build your own archives, paintings, and blogs from scratch (or a kit)
, You must also purchase woodworking and finishing items that meet the quality of expensive versions.
Grain filling paint (or clear coat)sand paper (
From 400 to 2000)
It should be noted that many of the reasons for an expensive guitar are its surface quality.
This stems from years of experience with an eye to detail and how to solve and correct mistakes.
Please keep this in mind if you choose to finish it yourself, as amateur grades will vary a lot.
If you are building your own version, usually from scratch, you can match your high-end inspiration by manipulating stains, colors, or paint schemes.
This is usually considered a small matter, but it is a turning point for some people.
Matching the color of your guitar with your guitar can be tricky.
Often, you can search many websites of retailers that sell high-end versions, as many people sometimes list more detailed descriptions.
It is worth looking for to mention whether the paint used for vintage re-engineering is cellulose or a more modern finish of polyurethane or polyester, as it can be used during replication.
Hardware for guitar manufacturing (
In addition to the choice of wood)
It is the place where the company makes a lot of savings.
The hardware in most suites is not very good;
The tuner is grinded or swiped, the bridge can be cheap Chrome, peeling mess, etc.
Get a dream guitar from it, the requirements are a bit high, so it\'s better to replace the hardware with something comparable to the original guitar you\'re trying to copy.
Surprisingly, some companies (Usually Chinese)
Selling well-made hardware at a good price can hardly be seen from the \"real deal.
However, keep in mind that there are differences in the measurement methods used in other countries.
If you are trying to clone an American-made guitar, the measurements are standard, not standard.
Manufacturers, especially those in other countries, use metrics.
While it may be a task to find a sales part in the standard, they do exist and only take a little time. The Hassle.
In general, there is nothing better than building your own guitar, especially when there is an ending in your heart.
Hold your dream guitar in your hand
Although around the island, time consuming way)
You will learn a lot about the instrument \"under the hood.
Also, it\'s a great money saver.
Obviously, there will be some problems.
Depending on the location of the wood, parts, kit, or whatever you build one, there will be a faulty defect.
If a person decides to use a cheaper kit or part, there is usually a problem where the buyer has to remedy it himself.
Fretwire overhang, fret leveling, wonky NEKS, rough cutting pieces are common violations of building electric guitars from wood.
Remember these troubles when deciding to make your own dream guitar.
Skip the upgrade.
Another of the most reliable routes is to buy a cheaper guitar and upgrade it bypassing the complexity of building a guitar from wood.
Of course, this is done by buying a lower-priced, comparable guitar and upgrading its parts.
This is usually the easiest way to do it, but it can be more expensive depending on the amount dropped on the cheap guitar.
For example: upgrading an Epiphone to a product similar to Gibson may mean buying an Epiphone from $400 to $800. . . to start.
For many frugal guitar players, the price is no.
Starter, because of the amount that needs to be spent on pickup trucks, hardware, etc.
Not even considered. After all. . .
After all, it has been said and done, and it is reasonable to simply save your entire life and hope that the guitar you dream of is available (
Prices did not jump).
There is a lot to say about having \"real things. It\'s. . . you know. . . genuine.
Who doesn\'t want 59 \'Strat or 59 \'Les Paul in this matter?
For many guitar players, this is the equipment of the dream.
Unfortunately, the amount of cash needed to achieve these dreams is a bit out of reach. . .
Almost all of them.
Anyway, there are cheaper alternatives there. . .
Really, really, really close to the real thing. Seriously.
They are almost impossible to distinguish.
Why not try it?
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