Each musician has their own playing style. Therefore, standard factory specifications will not always suit you. Consider the following questions:
Achieving the perfect setup for you starts with understanding what your musical requirements are, and the limitations of your instrument. The make and model of each instrument have their own individual peculiarities, as well as mechanical and physical differences.
Take these variations into consideration:
Whether you are after a simple setup or a complete upgrade, our aim is to fine-tune your instrument to your playing style. If you are not sure of the condition of your prized instrument and how it should be setup, feel free to make a time for an inspection, where we can discuss your musical requirements and instruments' needs. During your visit we will inspect the instrument to see if it is in a satisfactory condition and make any necessary adjustments to bring it back to its intended factory specifications. This will suffice for general playing styles.
If you are not sure of the condition of your prized instrument and how it should be setup call and make a time for an inspection. Whether if it is a Maton, Fender, Gibson, Epiphone or custom, we can discuss your instruments potential.
During your visit we will inspect the instrument to see if it is in satifactory condition and make any necessary adjustments to bring it back to its intended factory specifications for a small fee. This will suffice for general playing styles.
From manufacturers recommended specifications or customised setups suitable for specialised playing styles.
To all guitars, acoustic, electric, classical, flamenco, archtop basses, mandolins, bouzoukis and ukes.
To Maton's factory specification
To Gibson's factory specification
To Fender's factory specification
To Gretsch's factory specification
To Ibanez's factory specification
and many many more...