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About All Guitar Repair

How does your service stand out?

Flexible hours, lower prices and faster turnaround.
Most repairs are finished the same day. I have convenient hours and location.
I am Bonded with the state.
I am insured, protecting vintage and valuable items.
I am certified to perform service on most major brands.
State of the art equipment is used to ensure absolute perfection and consumer satisfaction.
I answer the phone personally and am happy to give helpful information.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

There are a couple of things that make this career interesting. Carrying on the tradition of handmade instruments is probably first.
I like the satisfaction of knowing the work performed will have inspired a musician to push their instrument to the limit.
Improving someone's ability to express themselves, will lead to better playing overall.
I also like the look on peoples faces when when those re-attached head stocks are finished. There are some examples on my Thumbtack gallery and also the All Guitar Repair website that give these tasks complete perspective.
Pictures really are worth a thousand words


20614 Broughwood Cir
Katy, TX 77449

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Question and answer

Q. What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

A. Pro audio gear and guitars are constantly evolving, which means modifications and updates from manufacturers have to be studied and kept current.

Q. Do you have a standard pricing system for your service? If so, please share the details here.

A. Most of the time we can give estimates of prices over the phone. If major problems exist I require a visual inspection in order to provide an accurate cost of repair.

Q. How did you get started doing this type of work?

A. When the first Floyd Rose tremolo systems came out in 1984, there were no techs competent enough to set them up correctly. I was getting to the point where if I wanted it done right I was going to have to do it myself. From there I studied Luthiery becoming certified by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation and many other major manufacturers. I received my associate's degree in Computer Tech & Repair which makes it possible to service any electronic

Q. What types of customers have you worked with?

A. Guitar set-ups. Guitar amplifiers.
Pickup installations and wiring modifications.
And last but not least, phone support.

Q. Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?

A. Recently i was asked if I could re-attach the head stock to the neck of a Fender FB58 banjo. Being a tech for 20 years I've seen a lot of broken guitar head stocks. Never one like this! This instrument had the head broken off and handed to me separately! The break was splintered unlike a normal break. So with the combination of some old and some new techniques the challenge was met with awesome results. The repair was undetectable! The customer got to show the work to others that were truly impressed. Even though it wasn't a vintage or very expensive instrument the sentimental attachment was worth everything to this customer. He was happy to have his old friend back.

Q. What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

A. Visit their location, meet them and evaluate them personally.
Independent Luthiers and techs are the most reliable.

Q. What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?

A. My life is dedicated to my business.
I am the only employee so when you call you talk directly with me.
This profession requires experienced techs with good public relations skills in order to gain the trust and confidence of new customers.
Your heart must be in it to fulfill the passion needed to create something from nothing.
This profession will probably never be automated or mechanized and will always need the "Human Touch" giving each instrument it's own personality.

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