Our electric guitar builds are completely customer driven. We want our customers to take a hands on approach to help design their own "Signature Model "guitar. The process starts by choosing a body shape and the body wood which is usually mahogany or walnut. The body can be painted with solid colors or metal flake finishes or it can be topped with any of the figured domestic or exotic woods we have available and finished with clear or tinted water based lacquer.
Along the way a customer will choose the bridge style, hardware color, pickups, control layout and the neck construction.
We use top quality Gotoh hardtail bridges and Super-Vee tremolo systems along with Gotoh or Schaller hardware.
The internal electronics are Made in North America. Bill and Becky Lawrences "Wilde Pickups", SwitchCraft, CTS, CRL, GraphTech, Seymour Duncan and Orange Drop are the parts we prefer to use.
We use bolt on necks for the almost unlimited options available with the neck and fretboard woods, the fretboard radius and the rear contour.
At Cody Guitars we take a slightly different approach to building custom electric guitars.
We actually talk to our customers to find out what they are looking for
and use their input to build them a custom electric guitar or bass.
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Cody Guitars is not affiliated with Warmoth, USA Custom Guitars, Wilde Pickups, Seymour Duncan, FMIC or GMI. BUT WE DO LIKE THEIR PRODUCTS.
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