1. How much does an OD Guitar cost?

    The prices are between 1900$ to 4500$, prices are according to the model, specs, different choice of wood and finishes

  2. Do you ship worldwide?

    Sure, but you’ll have to pay taxes and other payments on your side, once the guitar arrives.

  3. Shipping insurance?

    All shipping and insurance charges are the responsibility of the original owner/purchaser.

  4. Other fees?

    TAX, VAT, Customs fees that may apply in your country, are your responsibility and should be paid by you.

  5. How much time until my guitar is ready?

    Usually, there is a 3 month build time and I’ll keep you up to date through the process.

  6. I want different specs, is it possible?

    Yes, Fill out the ordering form- you will find everything that is customizable.

    other things that are not there might cost a little extra if that is something I don’t usually work with.

  7. Do you have endorsement deals?

    Yes!

    Since OD Guitars are handcrafted and have a lot of work hours invested in them, we cannot afford to give away free guitars. However, we have several discount options for artists. Just send us an email with your EPK, we’ll do our best to review it as soon as possible.

  8. How do I pay for a guitar?

    Simply fill in the order form and submit it, after reviewing your choices, I then confirm your order and send you a PayPal request for 50% of the payment. Once the building process is completed and ready for shipment, you’ll get a PayPal request for the remaining 60%.

  9. What happens if I regret and want to cancel my order?

    If you want to cancel, you have one week after paying the down payment, if you passed that week, your down payment will be lost along with the woods and materials we harvest for it.

  10. What are my payments options? 

    I can divide your payments into 4 payments, but it must be through the building process, not later. 

  11. Do OD Guitars make bass guitars?

    At the moment, we do not, but maybe in the future.

  12. Fanned fret multi-scale?

    Fuck yes!

  13. What is a multiscale guitar?

    A multiscale is simply building the right scale for each string, meaning that the low string will get the long scale and the high will get the shortest, everything else is automatically gets calculated to the right scale length. once a string gauge has the right scale length to hold its tension, there is no floppiness in your playing and no muddy sounds when tuning low. also, its really comfortable to play on.