Warmoth Guitars

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Warmoth employee-built hollow VIP Guitar with f-holes. Woods are Black Korina on a Mahogany body and a Macassar Ebony and Rosewood neck.

Warmoth Guitar Products, Inc. is an American manufacturer and distributor of electric guitar and bass parts, catering particularly to small scale manufacturers, custom builders, amateur constructors, and professional artists such as Rivers Cuomo and Matt Sharp (Weezer), Ed King (Lynyrd Skynyrd), and Kerry Livgren (Kansas) . The company headquarters are located in Puyallup, Washington.

Warmoth makes guitar and bass parts, tailored to the specifications of the customer. Customers can choose from various styles of guitars including Stratocaster and Telecaster, and various styles of basses including Jazz Bass and Precision Bass, among others. Warmoth are licensed by Fender to produce Fender-trademarked headstock shapes. Unique choices in materials and construction are available for all parts of the guitar. Warmoth specializes in providing unique parts, but does not offer complete assembly of the guitar. Various components such as potentiometers, knobs, pickups, wires, and hardware are available, however, so it is possible to complete an assembly of a guitar from their selection. Custom guitars and basses and customer feedback can be viewed in the photo gallery on the Warmoth web site.

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