hi. Just wanted to give my thoughts on this kit guitar . Maybe someone out there is considering getting one. It was only about £70 delivered if I remember right. the body is basswood with a maple and rosewood neck. The neck feels like a chunky c shape and it's got vintage style frets. It comes with a paddle headstock. I have no proper tools so cut out the shape with a hacksaw then did lots of sanding. It came out good but was time consuming. The frets needed a level, fret ends sorting a bit etc, but after all that its a pretty nice neck. I sanded the back and finished with a few thin coats of tru oil. I also rolled the fretboard edges a little for a more comfortable feel. The nut was cheap plastic that snapped by itself. It needs a nice new bone nut. the hardware in the box is very cheap. As with the pickups etc, but what more could be expected at this price. when I first started painting this guitar I had a nice colour similar to this but paler and bluer. The paint ran out before I finished it. I tried to get more but the colour had been discontinued so I settled for this. It's a bit too green but close enough. I finished with a few coats of poly. Anyway, I changed the tuners, bridge and pickguard, set it up and left it hanging on a wall at my mothers house. I play it when I pop round and so do other people. It's been a few years now but it's time I finished this guitar off with new pickups, pots and nut. my only problem with it is neck dive. It's not well balanced having such a light body. Vintage style turners might help but this particular guitar needs something to weight the body. Suggestions? all in all this kit was great value and a fun learning experience, and with time work and a few mods you can get an awesome guitar. My only regret is that matching headstock. D'oh!