Cheap Guitar Parts at Guitarfetish Factory Buyout

Great news if you want to build your own guitar, Guitarfetish recently bought a warehouse worth of abandoned guitar parts that they are now selling for cheap.

Guitarfetish Factory Buyout

They are now selling thousands of guitar bodies and necks that were acquired from a large guitar factory that closed down due to the Great Recession of 2009.

This is exciting news for people that want to build their own guitars, or to simply try out different woods and shapes. The guitar bodies and necks also come in various finishes and shapes and since they have a huge inventory, the part you are looking for could very well be waiting for you at their site.

Guitarfetish gave the backstory of the factory buyout on their website and we quote: "Everything here is the result of the Great Recession of 2009. Guitar brands from all over the world, faced with dwindling sales and depleted cash, cancelled their orders with factories all over the world. The factories STOPPED production, so they wound up with some routed but unfinished pieces, some finished but un-assembled pieces, and some completed guitars that got disassembled to harvest the metal parts. We bought it ALL. So UNDERSTAND my friends…. NOTHING here is brand new and shiny- we DO sell brand new and shiny warranted parts on our site for a little bit more money. These are all at the very least scuffed up with minor scratches, at the worst they either need luthier skills to finish or need to be stripped and refinished. PRICED ACCORDINGLY."

According to Guitarfetish, they now have thousands upon thousands of bodies and necks which come with various wood materials including Alder, Ash, Maple, Mahogany, Basswood, Poplar, Korina, Pauwlonia and Spruce. At the time of this writing, they are only showing 70 guitar parts but due to the sheer amount of the inventory they acquired, you will have to wait for them to gradually add more items as they check and put a price tag on each part. They will be posting new items daily, and the parts are to be sold on a first come - first served basis.

Note that some of the pieces will have brands labeled on them, and others will be sanded off. Since the factory closed down, some items may also be incomplete lacking holes and parts. Guitarfetish promises to fairly describe and photograph each item so be sure to check the details before buying. The current parts on their site are priced at around $25 more or less, and many of them are tempting bargains indeed.

The big question now is, which brand or factory was it that Guitarfetish purchased? Since they did not indicate the specifics on where they got the parts from, some are speculating that the parts are may have come from a Kramer factory. Regardless, now would be a wallet friendly opportunity to modify that unplayed guitar you have lying around, or to finally build your own guitar from scratch.

You can visit Guitarfetish to find out more about their Factory Buyout Clearance Sale.

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