I understand that your instrument is an extension of YOU. You know how you want it to play and feel. Not how someone tells you it should. It's your instrument ... your "Baby".
Every guitar is different. I take everything into consideration: string gauge, tuning, playing style, etc. Everything factors in, and I apply it so it is perfect for you.
I do Electrics, Acoustics, Basses, Banjos, Mandolins and Ukuleles. I also electrify acoustic instruments.
Depending upon the guitar, normally no more than 1 hour is needed for neck adjustment, intonation, action set and thorough neck / fret cleaning and polishing. Or possible neck re-set for bolt ons. Even fret leveling and recrowning, if needed. At no additional charge.
$60 per guitar / hour - $75 for guitars with Floyd Rose or similar floating tremolo systems. Sorry, they take a lot more time and fine adjustment.
Regardless if it's a budget model from Musician's Friend or Guitar Center, I can make it play better.
Also, you will play it and give me your feedback before you leave. I'll then make any adjustments you may request. It has to right for you before you pay me.
Or if you have the time, you can watch me do it. I'll be more than happy to teach you how to do it yourself.
Satisfaction guaranteed. If you're not happy, I don't want your money. Of course, I'm not going to fall for con artists looking for free work. You get the "drift".
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Thanks for visiting.
Pick-Up installation - Pick-Up potting - Switch modification - D-Tuna installation, Hardware replacement, Pots, switches, etc. Prices vary depending upon the guitar and modification. But the work generally falls in the $40 - $60 range. Prices include labor only. Customer supplies all parts and hardware.
I also install electric pick-ups and preamps in acoustic guitars, basses, mandolins. Prices vary depending upon if routing is required. But generally $70 - $80 with complete set-up included.
After Set-Ups, a couple of customers asked if I would do string changes for them later. Sure! $8 for stop tailpieces - $12 for floating tremolos. Also includes fretboard cleaning, fret polishing and intonation check at no additional cost. $10 extra, if intonation is wanted. I'll let you decide.
I am more than happy to offer free tips and do-it-yourself advice. 704-502-3265 or firstname.lastname@example.org