Repairs and Other Services
Stay Tuned Guitar Repairs uses StringTech’s newly engineered “TechDeck” Workstation that stands alone as the fastest, easiest, most versatile and safest way to handle valuable instruments for re-stringing, set-ups, fret work, wiring, gluing operations, adjustments, restoration and hundreds of other repairs and adjustments. I never put a instrument in a vice or any other type of tool or apparatus that would cause any kind of stress to your instrument.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have or to make an appointment to come see my home workshop.
Comparable, value pricing
If it’s broken, we can fix it. Whether it’s a $100 entry level guitar or a $10,000 collector piece, we fix them all. Stay Tuned offers individual repair options, complete setups, or even restorations. We meet with you and discuss with you what your specific needs are. See below for a sample of services offered. All prices are for typical work, an estimate is provided and required to sign off on before work is performed. There is a minimum bench fee of $30.
We can also build customized instruments from scratch!
Restring(Strings not included)
- Acoustic $15.00
- Classical $17.50
- Twelve String $20.00
- Electric (Guitar or Bass) $12.50
- Electric (with Floating Vibrato) $15.00
- *Clean/oil fingerboard & polish frets add $15.00
- Acoustic $75.00
- Classical $80.00
- Twelve String $115.00
- Electric (Guitar or Bass) $75.00
- Electric (with Floating Vibrato) $85.00
Nut Install(Hand Cut and Fit)
- Acoustic $65.00
- Classical $65.00
- Twelve String $125.00
- Electric (Guitar or Bass) $65.00
- Compensated Nut (Guitar or Bass) $140.00
Saddle Install(Hand Cut and Fit)
- Acoustic $65
- Twelve String $100
- Compensated Steel String $85.00
- Compensated 12 String $140.00
- Oversized Compensated $140.00
- Classical $65.00
- Compensated Classical $85.00
What Our Customers Are Saying
Don’t just take it from us, let our customers do the talking!
“Great work. I hadn’t played my guitar much in the last couple of years, and after I got it back, I’ve logged more hours on it in one week than I had in over a year. I can’t put it down!”