One of the things that I value most is the customer’s experience of ordering a custom OD guitar. This is not buying a guitar in a shop, it’s telling me who you are, what you like, what music do you listen to, what music do you play and basically anything that can help me understand how to design your build in order to make you a happy OD Guitar owner.
Start discussing the specs of the guitar with you is the part when we have fun and imagine together what your guitar will look like, which model, wood types, scales, pickups, neck shape, etc.
The next stage would be creating a 3D illustration for us both to see how it would look like at the end of the process.
During the build process, the customer gets a lot of photos of his/her guitar being born, starting from a slab of wood, to getting brand new strings at the end.
Creating a stranger’s dream is one of the most satisfying things I can do in this world.
Materials and quality:
When we are looking at a guitar at this price range, there is no cheap hardware or bad wood.
I handpick the wood for bodies and necks. Wood quality is a great part of how a guitar works, it influence the way the guitar will react to the vibrations of the strings, it’s in how the wood moves under it and we get the best results when using a well-dried wood.
The condition of the wood and the building methods are highly important in order to create a great instrument.
It’s not so hard to build a guitar, but a good musical instrument is a whole different story.
Customer experience July 11th, email@example.com