Drop off more than one guitar for me at a time and get all your axes playing perfectly overnight!
A left LTD EC-1000 setup for Drop Bb with 13-64g strings.
Bareknuckle Pickups. Unmatchable quality and tone.
Dave's Agile 8-string, with Duncan Blackouts and a brass nut installed, strung with 11-80 gauge strings for Drop E.
Low, smooth action, on this rare Ibanez RG320QS tuned to Drop B with a custom 12-58 gauge string set.
Shaped, slotted, smoother,polished, and ready to be installed on a Takamine acoustic.
Notice how close the strings are to the first fret on the Ibanez RG7621. That's how it SHOULD BE!
A Corian bridge, Brass nut, and setup were done for the fretless Wishbass.
Without strings, the Corian bridge isn't actually attached to the body and will fall off. The design philosophy behind this idea is that by minimizing the amount of metal going into the body, you get a higher resonant peak and tonal range from the wood of the instrument, for a better sound.
An Ibanez RG7621 setup in Drop G with a custom 12-74 gauge string set.
An LTD setup with in Drop A# with a custom 13-64 gauge string set.
Tell me somewhere else that will make you an 8-string brass nut?
A custom made 5-string bass guitar, setup for B standard tuning.
An Ibanez RG8, tuned to F# standard and setup with 10-74g strings fro the guitarist of Stealing Axion
A Peavey bass That I made a nut for, and worked on.
Even the dirtiest, most corroded and uneven frets can be made to look and play perfectly. This bass was a great example.
A left handed Fender Jazz bass setup with Flatwound strings.
Couldn't fit a coin between the string and 22nd fret.
Correctly adjusted pole pieces.
These frets don't LOOK 30+ years old ;)
A tremolo stopper was added to the rear cavity of this Floyd Rose equipped Ibanez.
What used to be a locking nut, is now a brass one! (I will be offering locking brass nuts in the near future)
Yet another 8-string brass nut...
This fretboard is proof that with proper care, and fretboard and any frets can last a lifetime. This 1960's vintage USA made Fender plays as if it were brand new, if not better!