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Hello everyone,
My name is James Naro and I have just started a shop in Toronto ON.
I Just moved to a new location where I can start showing some people how to build a guitar.
I am charging $999 to build a Telecaster, Les Paul, Stratocaster or a (PRS) Paul Reed Smith style guitar.
I supply all the wood unless you want a very specific and expensive type of wood, all power and hand tools needed, volume and tone pots, 3 way toggle switch, bleached bone nut and use of guitar template for the style of guitar you are building. You will have to provide your own hardware such as pickups, bridge, pickup rings and tuners etc.

Everything is hand made in my shop no CNC machines are being used. You will also be wiring up your guitar from scratch and of course you get to keep what you build.

Shoot me a email if you are interested in building a guitar.
[email protected]

Please check out some pictures of my work, I can't upload pictures for some reason. Sorry for the inconvenience.
NARO Guitars
 

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i hope you have good success with your endevour.
that said, it's kinda customary around here to post something like this in the dedicated section for dealers /or for sale which requires a membership. it would be great to have another knowledgeable person here in our community. hopefully you'll hang out and post actively. it would be a shame to only come here once, and never return. that would be kinda spammy
 

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Welcome to the forum James. Good luck with your new business and we hope to see you post often. Maybe you can also post some photos of the wood and hardware you use to help people build their guitars later.
 

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I have posted some pictures.
I am new to this forum and I will respect the users of the wedsite. Sorry about that chezzy. Thanks for the heads up.
 

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Welcome to the forum James. Good luck with your new business and we hope to see you post often. Maybe you can also post some photos of the wood and hardware you use to help people build their guitars later.
Thanks a lot for the warm welcome. I will for sure be posting often. I can't believe I just stumbled upon this. I will be posting some pictures for sure.
 

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The pics aren't showing up for me.
 

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Warm Welcome. I will certainly contact you once when I come back home to Toronto.
This is exactly something that I was looking for quite some time.

Pics also do not show for me :(

yours truly
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Warm Welcome. I will certainly contact you once when I come back home to Toronto.
This is exactly something that I was looking for quite some time.

Pics also do not show for me :(

yours truly
Bojan
I have been trying to post some pictures but everytime I do it won't show up.
Please take a look at my Facebook page
What cheeze said and we sure do appreciate pictures, what you've built and some of your shop equipment.
Here are some pictures. Im not sure why i can't upload any at the moment.
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Warm Welcome. I will certainly contact you once when I come back home to Toronto.
This is exactly something that I was looking for quite some time.

Pics also do not show for me :(

yours truly
Bojan
Thats awesome! Im looking forward to hearing from you.
I have not been able to post any pics for some reason but go to this link to check out some of my work and wood shop.
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I have not been able to post any pics for some reason
For general (free subscription) members.

You need photobucket, flickr etc, to host from.
'click' the IMG address, it'll automatically copy.
If it doesn't, highlight/right click 'copy'
Paste that into the thread.





The other option is to add it using the little 'mountain pic' icon.
'highlight/copy' the address of the pic and insert that into the 'image' prompt.




Third option; 'right click' on the image. Choose 'copy image' and then 'paste' that here.

Hope that this helps.
 

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For general (free subscription) members.

You need photobucket, flickr etc, to host from.
'click' the IMG address, it'll automatically copy.
If it doesn't, highlight/right click 'copy'
Paste that into the thread.





The other option is to add it using the little 'mountain pic' icon.
'highlight/copy' the address of the pic and insert that into the 'image' prompt.




Third option; 'right click' on the image. Choose 'copy image' and then 'paste' that here.

Hope that this helps.
Thanks a lot once I get to my computer I am going to try this out!
 
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