I received a guitar for repair yesterday that I have mixed feeling about. It is an inexpensive (Dean) acoustic that has a crack starting at the bottom of the nut slot that has propagated about 1"…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by peter meyer Jul 12, 2015.
I'm going to restore my first guitar (1970's Alvarez). It was all I had for many years, has been played, gigged, travelled and is somewhat worse for wear. I realize that it's not worth much but it…Continue
Tags: Binding, Acoustic, Refinishing
Started this discussion. Last reply by Robbie Collins Apr 3, 2014.
Meet my new break out box (B.O.B.) for electric guitar controlsFinally got around to building a tool that I've needed for a while. Clients bring me pickups to install in their guitars that often…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas James Jan 16, 2014.
I thought I'd share a technique for attaching routing templates to flat surfaces: 1. Apply low tack masking tape to the area to be routed. On modern finishes I use 3M blue painters tape. On…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by nick-p Apr 15, 2013.
My primary focus is on Electric Guitar repair, modification, rewiring and shielding. As a Musician with a degree in Engineering and 30+ years of experience in the Defense Electronics Industry. I know how to build things that won't break. I take a logical, scientific approach to solving problems and use my ears and fingers to verify that things are working correctly.
I owe my fabrication skills to my Father - a great Teacher, Cabinet Maker and Carpenter. I am equally comfortable working in Wood, Plastic and Metal and have a very well equipped shop - particularly for electronics.
I like happy customers and stand behind my work!
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