What can I do for you and your gear?
Guitar and amp repair in Dayton, Ohio!
re-string, adjust neck, bridge, action, intonation
Pickups & electronics
upgrades / installation / wiring / identification / modification /
Pickup installation - $25 per pickup
adjust truss rod, shim neck pocket, clean and oil fretboard
reseat, level, crown, dress, buff/polish,
complete or partial refrets
set action, intonation, proper radius, dress saddles & slots
install, replace, upgrade - dress and clean
install, replace, repair
proper setup and adustment
replace/re-wire wonky electronics, replace missing screws
& parts, fix pesky strap buttons, clip/resize strat bridge springs,
diagnose buzzes and rattles, steam out dents and dings, minor finish
repair, sand or buff out scratches, repair damaged binding, pickup
rings or other plastic parts, minor hardware replacement and installation
$30 - Complete setup
parts & strings extra
Call or email me for specific pricing
& estimates - and/or refer to
Wrightfield 2010 Price Sheet
Custom Shop / Artistic Endeavors
pro-level relic work and hardware aging/distressing, inlay removal/replacement,
various other customizations possible - I'll consult you!
clean & detail your dirty old hardware to make it look new, or
distress your new hardware to make it look old - It's your call!
/ Amps / Pedals
minor repairs & troubleshoot common problems, minor amp modifications
minor/major stompbox pedal mods
custom stompbox builds
I have been getting a few calls lately regarding SOLID STATE
AMP REPAIR. I'm still looking for someone local who is willing to tackle solid-state repairs, and have yet to find anyone.
However, if you already have an idea about what is wrong with your amp, i.e. cold solder
joints, smoked components, broken pots/jacks, wiring, etc. then I might be able to help you
- I can read a schematic, and am ok with a soldering iron, but I generally cannot
troubleshoot something that is DEAD or not working properly.
Stompboxes and pedals are usually another story since there isn't
the risk of me electrocuting myself. As long as it isn't rack-gear
or some kind of multi-effects unit, I'm more than happy to try to
diagnose your broken pedals or stompboxes.
teamed up with several other repairmen & businesses to provide high
quality repairs to the Dayton area:
(Vintage tube-amp repair/ tube microphone repair/ recording gear repair - Dayton)
Gear Drums & Music . He doesn't do repairs,
but supplies lots of drum replacement parts through his ebay store. BUT If you're looking for repair work, don't be afraid to ask me! I've had some luck repairing broken hoops and I can also grind cracks out of cymbals for a VERY reasonable rate - $10 for up to two cracks. I've even worked some magic with some that seemed damaged beyond hope. Don't trash them - call me first.
Also can't forget my good friends at Centerville
Music, one of the largest
PRS dealers in the universe. His selection is unmatched in the region.