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Frequently Asked Questions

Which payment methods do you accept?

We accept cash, bank transfer and Paypal. We also accept trades and part exchanges of instruments and amplifiers by prior arrangement. Contact us now to discuss your requirements.

Where do you source replacement parts?

We source genuine replacement parts from reputable suppliers and offer advice on where to find the appropriate components for your instrument repair. Contact us now to discuss your requirements.

How long does your repair service take?

We aim to achieve a rapid turnaround on all jobs but let us know straightaway if you need the job done urgently. Depending on the complexity of the repair, some jobs may take longer and parts may need ordering. Contact us now to discuss your repair.

Do you service amplifiers?

We can handle straightforward amp repairs such as changing valves, replacing speakers or cleaning scratchy pots but for more complicated repairs contact a qualified amp tech!

Can you build me a guitar or amp?

Yes! I've built a number of guitars and valve amps for customers over the years and offer a bespoke service to cater for your needs. Contact us now to discuss your requirements and arrange a consultation.

Do you buy and sell musical instruments?

Yes! We're always on the lookout for quality instruments and offer a guitar finding service and advice on sourcing vintage instruments. Contact us now to discuss your requirements.

Can a broken headstock be repaired?

Yes - a broken headstock can be reglued and be just as strong as before. Contact us to discuss your repair.

Why is my guitar buzzing?

There may be many reasons why a guitar or bass buzzes but the most likely reasons are that the action (or string height) is too low, the truss rod is incorrectly adjusted or the frets are worn in places. It could also be an electrical problem causing the buzz. Contact us now to discuss your repair.

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