Does the design affect the sound?

Of course not. We take into account that we build musical instruments and that their destiny is to be used with sound quality and comfort, they are not decorative objects.
In the design we adapt all the aesthetic elements so that they do not affect the sound, tone or sustain. It is also important that nothing bothers or hinders the guitarist.
Great guitarists with recognized international fame use our instruments in mega concerts adding a personal aesthetic and look to whoever uses it.
They are also used in recording studios such as WATERSOUND STUDIOS in the U.K. Property of ANNIHILATOR leader Mr. Jeff Waters, who declares in this video that his Martper Guitars guitar is in the TOP 3 of his best guitars, which is amazing since he has a large collection of dozens of premium-end guitars.

How can I place an order?

-Browse through our product selection and add the ones you like to your shopping cart.

-Once you’ve finished selecting your products, go to the shopping cart by clicking on the cart icon in the top right corner.

-Review the items in your cart and click “Proceed to Checkout.”

-Provide shipping and billing information.

-Select your preferred payment method and complete the transaction.

-If you want any modification in the design, change the type of pickups or any other type of suggestion, we recommend that before finalizing the order you contact us through our contact form or by sending an email to info@martperguitars.com
We will get in touch with you to clarify any questions you may have, and we will make a guitar exclusively for you.

How long will it take for my order to arrive?

Our custom electric guitars and basses are handcrafted, one by one. Thanks to this meticulous work, our instruments are unique and unrepeatable, which will make you the owner of a tailor-made work of art.

The construction period of our instruments varies between 4 and 10 weeks depending on the design and our work schedule.
If you need a more exact period, you can contact us from our contact form and we will make a space for you in our agenda with a more precise estimated date.

Once we have finished building your instrument, it will be shipped by express priority air freight with signature. The shipping transit time is from 3 to 7 days to any part of the world.

What payment options are available?

We accept several payment options, including credit and debit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express), PayPal, and bank transfers. All payment methods are secure and protected

Can I make changes to my order after it’s been placed?

If you need to make changes to your order, such as updating the shipping address or adding/removing items, please contact us as soon as possible.

We’ll do our best to assist you, but please note that changes may be limited once the order has been shipped.

We will keep a feedback with you throughout the process of building your order. We will send you pictures of the process if you need them.

What is your return policy?

Our return policy allows you to return products within 14 days of receiving them, as long as they are in their original condition and haven’t been used. For more details, please refer to our Return Policy.

Do you offer international shipping?

Yes, we offer international shipping to most countries. During the checkout process, you’ll be able to select your country and view the available shipping option.

We have an EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR IN JAPAN, so if you live in this country, please contact us before confirming your order so that we can put you in direct contact with our KUROSAWA distributor.

Do you ship orders to the US?

90% of our orders are exported all over the world.
The United States is the country to which most shipments are made, so we have extensive experience in managing customs and transport agencies with content insurance so that you receive your order quickly and safely.

What happens if customs detains my order?

As a general rule, customs will receive your order if you reside in a country outside the European Union.
If this happens we will take care of customs clearance.
The transport agency will contact you to pay the relevant tax in your country.
The tax is usually 8% to 10% of the product price depending on your country of residence.
In the case of shipments to the European Union you will have to pay the corresponding VAT.

Do you ship to instrument stores?

Yes of course. You can also benefit from significant discounts if you become a distributor of our brand.
Contact us for more information through our CONTACT FORM or by email at info@martperguitars.com

Can I change the color of a guitar or bass?

Of course, you just have to contact us before placing your order. Do not forget that we build custom instruments adapted to your tastes and style. We can change the color, the shape of the body, number of frets, pickups.
We can even adapt a design that you like to a specific guitar model that you need.

What types and shapes of guitar bodies can I choose?

The designs you can find in our store are just some of the ones we have built.
If you wish you can choose a design, for example the BACK TO THE FUTURE TELECASTER GUITAR and choose a STRATOCASTER type body.

Before placing the order, you must contact us so that we can verify the feasibility of adapting the design.

These are just a few of the types of guitar bodies you can choose from.
Keep in mind that the entire guitar is built by us and these models serve as concepts so that we have a starting point and design inspiration:

Fender Stratocaster
Gibson Les Paul
Ibanez RG
PRS Custom 24
Jackson Soloist
Gretsch White Falcon
Rickenbacker 330
Dean ML
Schecter Hellraiser C-1
Music Man John Petrucci Majesty
Gibson Explorer
Fender Telecaster
BC Rich Warlock
Epiphone Casino
Hagstrom Swede
Washburn Nuno Bettencourt N4
Gretsch Duo Jet
Charvel Pro-Mod San Dimas
Ibanez S Series
Gibson Flying V
PRS SE Custom 24
Jackson Kelly
ESP LTD M-1000
Rickenbacker 360
Reverend Double Agent
Godin LGXT
Gretsch G2622 Streamliner
Schecter Blackjack SLS C-1
Yamaha Pacifica


Fender Precision Bass
Music Man StingRay
Gibson Thunderbird
Ibanez SR Series
Warwick Thumb Bass
Rickenbacker 4003
Yamaha TRBX Series
Fender Jazz Bass
ESP LTD B Series
Schecter Stiletto Series
Gibson SG Bass
Spector Euro LX
Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet Bass
Hofner Violin Bass
Lakland Skyline Series
Epiphone Thunderbird
Dean Edge Series
Jackson Concert Bass
PRS SE Kingfisher
Peavey Cirrus
Ernie Ball Music Man Bongo
Sterling by Music Man SUB Series
Fodera Yin Yang Standard
Dingwall NG-2 Combustion
Washburn Taurus Series
Gibson EB Bass
ESP LTD D Series
Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass
Cort Action Series
Yamaha RBX Serie

etc… etc… etc…

What happens if the guitar suffers damage during transport?

All our shipments include insurance for damage, theft or loss.

It is very important that if you detect damage to the packaging, you must notify the delivery person who made the delivery, as well as contact us urgently so that we can manage the incident within 24 hours of receiving the order.

If the guitar has been damaged, you must send us photographs of the damage and the packaging.

Keep all the original packaging, you should not throw it away, this is very important.

We will urgently manage the incident to offer you a solution as soon as possible.

If necessary, we will collect your damaged instrument and send you a new one if the damage is serious.

Tuners for Custom Electric Guitars: The Importance of Proper Tuning

Electric guitars are one of the most versatile instruments in popular music, and custom electric guitars offer players even more options for creative expression. However, without proper tuning, a custom electric guitar will not sound its best.
That’s where tuners come in.

Tuners are devices that help musicians ensure that each string on their guitar is properly tuned. There are several different types of tuners, each with its own strengths and weaknesses.

Chromatic tuners, for example, can be used to tune to any note, not just the standard guitar tuning.

This makes them a popular choice for players who want to experiment with alternate tunings or who play multiple instruments.

Clip-on tuners, as the name suggests, clip onto the headstock of the guitar, allowing for easy and accurate tuning.

These tuners are ideal for live performances, as they do not require any additional setup.

Pedal tuners, on the other hand, are designed for use on a pedalboard and are often used by guitarists who play in bands.
They offer a high level of accuracy and are easy to use during live performances.

Built-in tuners are another option for custom electric guitars. These tuners are integrated into the guitar itself, making them a convenient choice for players who want a compact, all-in-one solution.
However, built-in tuners can be more expensive than other options.

In addition to choosing the right type of tuner, it’s also important to consider the accuracy of the tuner. Some tuners are more accurate than others, and the accuracy of a tuner can impact the sound of the guitar.
A tuner that is too inaccurate can lead to poor intonation, which is the guitar’s ability to play in tune up and down the neck.

In conclusion, tuners are an essential tool for custom electric guitar players.
They help ensure that each string is properly tuned, which is critical for achieving the best possible sound from the instrument.
Whether you prefer a chromatic, clip-on, pedal, or built-in tuner, the right tuner can help you achieve the perfect sound for your custom electric guitar.

Custom Electric Guitar Necks: The Key to a Unique Sound

The neck of an electric guitar is one of the most important parts of the instrument, affecting the playability and sound of the guitar. Custom electric guitar necks offer players the opportunity to personalize their instrument and create a truly unique sound. Whether you’re a professional musician or just starting out, a custom guitar neck can have a big impact on the way your instrument feels and sounds.

The Design Process

The process of creating a custom guitar neck starts with an idea. Many musicians will have a clear vision of what they want their neck to look and feel like, while others may need help from a professional luthier or builder to bring their ideas to life. The luthier will work with the musician to discuss the desired specifications, such as the wood type, shape, and size of the neck.

Once the specifications have been agreed upon, the luthier will begin the crafting process. This may involve shaping the neck from a piece of wood, sanding it to the desired smoothness, and adding any decorative elements such as inlays or binding. The final step is to attach the neck to the body of the guitar and make any necessary adjustments for the perfect fit.

The Benefits of a Custom Guitar Neck

There are many benefits to owning a custom guitar neck. One of the biggest advantages is the ability to personalize your instrument and create a truly unique sound. With a custom neck, you can experiment with different woods, shapes, and sizes to find the perfect fit for your playing style.

Another benefit of a custom guitar neck is improved playability. A neck that is shaped and sized to fit the player’s hands can provide increased comfort and ease of playing, reducing the likelihood of hand fatigue during long sessions.

Finally, owning a custom guitar neck can be a source of pride for musicians. When you have a one-of-a-kind neck, you know that no one else in the world has the same sound as you. This can be a great source of inspiration for musicians, as well as a talking point when performing on stage.

In Conclusion

Custom electric guitar necks offer musicians the opportunity to personalize their instrument and create a truly unique sound. Whether you’re a professional musician or just starting out, a custom guitar neck can have a big impact on the way your instrument feels and sounds. With the help of a skilled luthier or builder, you can create a neck that is both beautiful and functional, providing improved playability and a unique sound that sets your instrument apart from the rest.

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