Guitar Repairs & Servicing Warrington

In need of a guitar repair, service or even a set up, then you are on the right page. All kinds of repair work undertaken from bridge and pickup replacements to re-frets, or maybe just a clean and polish. Give us a call to get a quote.

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Guitar Services

Guitar Servicing

Servicing & Set ups

Guitar set up involves adjusting various components such as the strings, action, intonation, and truss rod to ensure optimal playability, tone, and comfort.


Guitar re-stringing is the process of removing old strings and replacing them with fresh ones, ensuring better tone, playability, and overall performance of the instrument.



Bring in your guitar for a completely free appraisal. We can check it over no matter what condition it is in and give you a detailed report of what kind of work is necessary



Guitar fretwork repair involves fixing or replacing worn or damaged frets on a guitar, improving the instrument’s playability and intonation.



We can undertake most if not all electrical work on your guitar needs such as replacing old damaged wiring, replacing worn potentiometers etc.

Guitar upgrades


Guitar upgrades can enhance the performance of the instrument, allowing musicians to customize their guitar to their specific preferences and style.

Maintenance & Servicing

Acoustic and electric guitars are popular musical instruments that require regular maintenance and occasional repairs to ensure optimal playability and sound quality. Whether you are a professional musician or an aspiring hobbyist, having some basic knowledge of guitar repairs can be extremely beneficial. In this article, we will explore the different types of repairs that are commonly required for acoustic and electric guitars.

Acoustic Guitar Repairs:

Acoustic guitars are known for their rich and natural sound. However, they are susceptible to various issues that may affect their playability. One of the most common problems with acoustic guitars is fret buzzing. This occurs when the strings vibrate against the frets, producing an undesirable buzzing sound. Fret buzzing can be resolved by adjusting the truss rod, which is a metal rod embedded in the guitar’s neck.

Another issue that acoustic guitars may face is a warped or twisted neck. This can cause difficulty in playing and affect overall sound quality. To fix a warped neck, it may be necessary to adjust the truss rod or perform a fret level and dress, which involves smoothing out any inconsistencies in the frets.

Cracks and splits in the guitar body are also common problems faced by acoustic guitar players. These can occur due to changes in temperature and humidity. Repairing cracks involves gluing and clamping the affected area, ensuring a secure bond. In extreme cases, a partial or complete replacement of the guitar top may be necessary.

Electric Guitar Repair:

Electric guitars are known for their versatility and ability to produce a wide range of tones. However, they too require occasional repairs to maintain their optimal performance. One common issue with electric guitars is a loose input jack. This can result in a faulty connection between the guitar and amplifier, leading to a loss of sound. Tightening the input jack or replacing it altogether can solve this problem.

Another common problem with electric guitars is a noisy pickup. This can be caused by loose wires or a faulty pickup coil. Repairing a noisy pickup involves re-soldering loose wires or replacing the pickup coil altogether. Additionally, replacing worn-out potentiometers, which control the volume and tone on the guitar, can improve overall sound quality.

Like acoustic guitars, electric guitars can also experience neck issues such as bowing or warping. Adjusting the truss rod can help rectify these problems. In more severe cases, a complete neck replacement may be required.

In conclusion, regular maintenance and occasional repairs are essential for both acoustic and electric guitars.