After much research we are now gluing in frets in addition to pressing them as part of a refret and we are gluing and pressing them in our custom made Aperio necks also. This makes for a superior fret job with better tone transfer throughout the wood of the guitar, and far better stability too. [...]
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I met a nice man named Josh today. He brought in a couple of Tele’s and was interested in getting quotes for wiring. He knew how to wire them himself for the most part. He had a good question though and one a lot of people ask. He asked me if you can you use [...]
Pretty soon I am going to post a complete guide on how to build a guitar should you buy a neck and a body. There are many, many things that go into the process. It is a lot of fun but it takes craftsmanship on your part and a fair investment to build the guitar [...]
Pictures soon I was recently tuning up my rack in the shop and wanted to offer a few tips if you are experiencing buzz and hum from your rig- whether it is a rack, pedals or a combination. […]
Refretting is one of my specialties. It’s one of the main reasons I started my business! […]
Time for another Taylor stainless steel refret. This one brought some good pics of the Ebony after sanding. All Ebony is not created equal! But neither is it unequal! What? […]
Wow, this is a cool guitar from back in the day. The first time I saw it I wanted to put my headband back on, wear some bell bottoms and shoot peace signs all over the place. But disco was coming on the scene about the time this guitar was born so maybe that would [...]
Anar is a friend of mine and is a guitar instructor at Atlanta Institute of Music and a player extraordinaire! He sat down in my shop one day with his Les Paul, played about 5 chords and I immediately knew he was the real thing! He has a 1983 SG that needed refretting. […]
Strats are everywhere. The most ubiquitous guitar in the world. […]
Whit is a very good and dedicated guitarist. He brought his PRS in for a refret. This is one of the best sounding guitars I’ve heard in a while. It is very warm but can crank when you dig in on it. […]