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Evor Private Stock Guitar Sale
Over the past three years the EVOR guitar kits have been a huge success story.
To promote our product better we started showing our kits at local guitar shows. Many people had no idea what a little bit of imagination
and hard work could produce.
As time permitted we would build a few of our kits and show them off at various events.
This allowed people the opportunity to play and see a finished
model while deciding which kit would best suit their needs. As a result, we built a
number of great looking (and playing ) guitars to travel with us.
Now it is time to part with these one of a kind instruments.
Note: These are not perfect instruments. They have been to a number of guitar shows and have sustained
a few nicks and scratches. This only adds to the personality of the guitar. We will not hide any flaws, we want you
to see any dings and scratches.
Every instrument is a one of a kind product. When it is sold, it is gone so act quickly.
All sales are done through PayPal. It is fast, easy and secure.
EVOR Private Stock Sale|
Built RG Custom from our Private Collection
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Built RG Custom from our Private Collection|
This RG guitar has a wonderful tone. This is something you don't hear much when discriptions of RG guitars are
given. The guitar is lightening fasy as one would expect from this style guitar but it has that added bonus of
a rich tone. This guitar originally was painted with bright red and yellow strips to really capture that 80's
look but once I started to play this guitar I realized it looked dated and needed to be more natural looking.
Features and Specs:|
Scale Length: 25-1/2
Pots & Switch: Stock
Truss rod: Double Action
Control: 1V 1T 5 Way
Trim: Black Plastic
Bridge: Floyd Rosed Style
This was the first guitar I had built from my kits. I must have made every mistake possible while experimenting
with various paints, sealers and finishing sprays. It was originally painted with bright yellow and red strips like
you might see on an emergency vehicle. We named it the "red devil." After 4-5 failed attempts to get the paint job perfect I sanded the body
back to bare wood. I switched from paint to stain and from a nitro cellulite finish to a simple clear coat. The guitar sound was dramatic as it
sounded fantastic for metal, classic rock and even a little bluesy.
Just for fun I have published the guitar with the original stripped paint job on the bottom of the page.