This offset V-style guitar was made famous by Randy Rhoads who approached Charvel in 1980 with an idea. Between Randy, Grover Jackson and Tim Wilson they created the guitar initially named “The Original SIN”, but Randy himself called it “Concorde” after the supersonic passenger airliner. A subtle difference here is the bolt-on neck design although the template could be used to build a neck-through version of the guitar.
The build template pack has the following components:
- Body front
Neck with an integrated headstock
- Neck Pocket
Complete template options for this model are:
- Body Front
- Body Back
- Neck with an integrated headstock
- Neck Pocket
- Body Shaping (edge bevel)
- Top routing templates for Floyd Rose Tremolo
These templates, like all our guitar templates, are made of 6mm clear acrylic, precision laser cut with router paths, etch lines, and keyholes for accurate measurements on your build.
You can purchase each template separately if you require it.
Note: The dimensions of templates on this site are often created for accuracy based on original models however this is not the case in some templates and therefore we do not guarantee these templates to work with original parts. We also chose to design elements to be compatible across multiple models which means not all parts are exactly the same dimensions as the original guitar the templates were based on.