Category Archives: Guitar Repairs Upgrades

The subject discussed in my post today is somewhat troublesome.  It does not impress me in a positive manner how many brand new guitars need a guitar setup? The expensive name brand models are just as guilty as the cheap-o guitars. I don’t keep formal records, nevertheless, an alarming amount of guitar setup …

On Saturday afternoon, my friend Allan and I got together and started to plan out a guitar. Allen is a master woodworker himself. He has some serious woodworking equipment, not your ordinary home owners tools. He probably got my vibes when I mentioned in my last ‘Black Walnut guitar‘ post …

Remember The Pretty Black Walnut Guitar Tone Wood Log? I spent weeks and months Google Searching for someone with the capability to cut my black walnut log into 2 inch thick boards and having zero luck. I ditched the idea for a while. It’s almost enough to reduce a grown …

Learn Guitar Repairs without the Hassle.

Posted by: Daniel R. Lehrman Posted in: Guitar Repairs Upgrades

Being the owner of a guitar is both a pleasure and a responsibility. From guitar frets to guitar nut repair, Fender Guitar repairs, to string changes and other necessary guitar repairs, it may all seem like nothing more than a hassle and a headache, not to mention very costly. The bottom …

I just love the sound of a 12 string guitar. I don’t play acoustic guitars very often, usually when I do it is a 6 string acoustic guitar like our non-cutaway Tacoma KOA wood guitar. I’ll tell you this, if I get into acoustic guitars, it will be a 12 string …

Here is a guitar repairs question that takes me back a few years. “How do I attach the strings to the tremolo end of a guitar with a Floyd Rose Tremolo?” It takes me back because I remember when I had that question. Getting an answer from a guitarist who …

This is an Epiphone Les Paul Studio guitar with a Floyd Rose Tremolo with a locking nut. The guitar repairs my customer wants are: the locking nut removed, and then replaced with a bone nut. Very doable, the nut has to set in the end of the guitar neck at …