Stay Tuned Guitar Repair provides full service electric and acoustic guitar repair and restoration
Serving Wellington, Grey, Bruce and Huron Counties
Repairs and Other Services
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.
We can also build customized instruments from scratch!
- Broken neck
- Damaged head-stock
- Fret replacement/dress
- Pickup replacement
- Machine head replacement
- Correcting fret buzz
- Caved-in acoustic top
- Total guitar rebuilding
RestringStrings 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 InstallHand Cut and Fit for Your Guitar!
- Acoustic $65.00
- Classical $65.00
- Twelve String $125.00
- Electric (Guitar or Bass) $65.00
- Compensated Nut (Guitar or Bass) $140.00
Saddle InstallHand Cut and Fit for Your Guitar!
- 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
All repairs and assessments are subject to a $30 bench fee.
Talented and honest luthier! Adam has set up 2 of my guitars now and both turned out amazing. I really appreciate that he walked me through options and cost, and made recommendations based on the value of my guitars. The work done was top notch and fast! Prices were fair too. I will definitely be bringing my guitars here in the future.
Adam did a fret re-crown on my Godin Velocity and did a great job, saved me from a full re-fret! Turn around was timely and the set up was great. Plays nice and cleanly with no choke outs or buzzing.
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