DIY Projects

My Guitar Projects

Welcome to the heart and soul of my musical journey—my DIY projects. Each guitar is a labour of love; each chord is a testament to dedication. Let’s take a stroll through the strings of my creative symphony.

1. “Blood Red” Telecaster Clone:

Immerse yourself in the fiery passion of the “Blood Red” Telecaster Clone. With meticulous attention to detail, I embarked on a journey to recreate the iconic Telecaster, infusing it with my own personality. The deep, resonant tones mirror the intensity of its scarlet finish. This guitar is not just an instrument; it’s a statement.

2. Blue JM Project. Another One of my DIY Projects:

The Blue JM Project is an exploration of sonic hues. Inspired by the legendary Jazzmaster, this project is a sonic canvas where I’ve painted the notes in shades of blue. From deep navy lows to sky-high highs, every strum is a brushstroke in the masterpiece of sound.

Here it is in the hands of my friend – a great street musician.

3. Project “Bass”:

The heartbeat of the rhythm section, Project “Bass” is a testament to the importance of foundation. Crafting a bass is a journey into the low-end frequencies, ensuring every note is felt as much as it’s heard. It’s not just a bass; it’s the pulse of the music.

4. Strat Project. Unavoidable Upgrade:

The Strat Project is a story of evolution. Unavoidable upgrades were not just about improving but transforming. Each modification is a chapter, turning a standard Stratocaster into a personalized sonic adventure. It’s not just a guitar; it’s a tale of growth and sonic exploration.

5. Tele: Project Saga TC-10. The First of My DIY Projects:

In the saga of guitars, the TC-10 stands as a chapter of its own. The Telecaster, a timeless classic, takes on a new form in Project Saga TC-10. Every twist of the screw, every turn of the wrench, a step in the journey to create something both familiar and entirely unique. This Tele is not just a guitar; it’s a chapter in the ongoing saga of sonic exploration.


These projects are not just about building guitars—they are about crafting an extension of oneself, a conduit for musical expression. Stay tuned for more chapters in my musical odyssey. There are many more projects waiting in the wings, each with its own story to tell, and I can’t wait to share them with you.


  1. I am a hobby woodworker, have clear heart maple and eucalyptus slabs (air dried for years) and would like to craft violin-body style electric bass; do you package and sell a no-body kit? Details and prices?

    1. Sorry to say that but I’m the hobbyist like you. Maybe with even less experience. 🙂
      My “best friend” is the eBay. At least the majority of the electric stuff comes to me from this source.
      And good luck.

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