What Is The Saga PB-10 P-Style Electric 4-String Bass Guitar Kit?
The Saga PB-10 P-Style (P stands for precision) Guitar Kit is the perfect solution when looking for an affordable electric guitar that you can customize to your liking, but is easy for even your first assembly project.
This affordable, well-designed kit is a faithful reproduction of one of the most widely used instruments in modern music. The body is of Select Basswood and the select maple neck is perfectly shaped and complete with a fretted, rosewood fingerboard. The body is pre-shaped and all necessary routing is already done. It is sealed against humidity and ready for you to apply the finish. All electronics are mounted on the control plate, so there is no wiring or soldering required. 14:1 gear-ratio tuners are supplied along with all other necessary hardware. Just finish the body and neck, assemble everything and install the strings, and you'll be ready to play!
Sample Completed Kit
How Hard Is The Assembly?
Assembly of your Saga guitar kit could not be easier! All of the electronics are pre-wired. All parts are pre-fit. All fasteners are included. You need only a philips head screwdriver to complete assembly. You can also decide to stain or finish the surface of your guitar, or change the headstock shape, but these decisions are completely in your control and are not necessary for using the guitar. You make all decisions on the final look and finish.
- Body Material: Solid Basswood
- Bridge: Chrome-plated Brass / Adjustable Saddles
- Fingerboard & Inlays: Indian Rosewood / Pearloid Dots
- Finish: Polyester Sanding Sealer
- Neck Material: Solid Maple
- Nut Material: Pre-shaped Plastic
- Pickguard: Multi-ply White Plastic
- Pickup Selector Switch: N/A
- Scale Length: 34"
- Truss Rod: 2-way Adjustable
- Tuners: Chrome-plated / Open-gear / Large Metal Buttons
- Volume & Tone Controls: 2 Volume
/ 1 Tone (250K pots)
Need Help With Construction?
There are many web-sites and videos describing the assembly and finishing process of Saga guitars. One of the best resources is "The Saga Sagas", a collection of helpful articles, images, and more... all designed to share success stories and help you construct the best playing, personalized guitar, you have ever owned! Check it out here (opens in a new window).