Mitzlflik Posted December 14, 2005 Report Share Posted December 14, 2005 I am nearly ready to begin my first project and seeing as it is my first build I have decided to buy the neck and the body from Warmoth. Basically its gonna be a San Dimas style super strat with a Limba body, Maple compound radius neck, EMG 81 in the bridge, EMG SA in the neck, les paul style wiring and the single string style bridges. While browsing warmoth site I have found a few nice pre-finished bursts that have the look I want, unfortunately most of these are rear routed for trems. I could buy one of these at significant savings (about $200 less) over ordering a custom one. I would then plug the area of the rout where the trem block goes in order to have plenty of material with which to anchor the bridges. Has anyone done this? I assume if a limba plug fits snug, is glued and sealed the body should react like a single piece of wood. Am I missing something here? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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