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Structural work; another chronic bridge lifting issue. Client has opted to nip it in the bud, that is, screw the bridge to the top board.
Fabrication work; client torn guitar's pickguard accidentally. Cocobolo wood was used for a new one.
Installation work; Schertler Steel String tuning machines set installed on client's guitar.
Structural work; bridge lifted and came in for re-gluing. The bridge has many dents and nicks. Just before the bridge got glued, it got a good clean up and the dents and nicks were removed.
Functional work; saddle duplication work. It was done without client's guitar, just the existing saddle was provided. From bone to Fossilized Mammoth Ivory saddle.
Functional work; client was curious about buffalo horn materials to be used as a saddle. So it was done. From bone (existing) to buffalo horn (new replacement).
Fabrication and Functional work; client requested to have a cracked bridge replaced and its saddle as well. These were done; (1) replacement bridge was fabricated from a 2-tone blackwood bridge blank. (2) Saddle was replaced by a longer and thicker Fossilized Mammoth Ivory saddle.
Functional work; from bone saddle to Fossilized Mammoth Ivory saddle material.
Structural work; dislodged binding at the waist of this guitar. Clamping underway with the use of a dedicated jig to direct clamping forces to its focal point.
Cosmetic work; re-finish top board.
Functional work; replacement of nut from plastic to unbleached bone.
Structural work; completed neck reset job. After reset, saddle crown height has increased and break angle as well.
Functional work; saddle replacement from plastic to unbleached bone.
Structural work; this guitar got flung out from its gig bag, did a cartwheel and landed. The corner was chipped off. It was replaced by a piece of carefully cut and shaped black wood to fill the void.
Structural work; sufficed to say it was a mess
Inspection work; by a $2 note, you can tell if your guitar bridge is in good health or not.
Structural work; through crack on top board arrested by two cleatings affixed to the underside of the top board. (Picture showed the reflection of a mirror)
Structural work; displeased with its high string action, the client requested for a neck reset job on this bolt-on neck guitar.
Structural work; the bridge dislodged repeatedly despite of re-gluing. The client decided to take a radical approach to secure the bridge. That is by adding bolts and screws.
Structural work; a ripped off bridge, along with it, the footprint was torn off as well. A lengthy process for this repair.
Structural work; re-gluing a dislodged bridge.
Structural work; repair a dislodged insert on a bolt-on neck guitar.
Pickup up installation; cut and install an onboard Fishman Pickup system provided by the customer.
Structural work; neck reset job on a bolt-on neck of a Classical Guitar.
Structural work; Neck Reset job for a 1963 Martin D-28.
Fabrication work; Remove, Fabricate and Re-glue a vintage Gibson's bridge.
Fingerboard work; complete fret wires replacement of a Vintage Gibson J-45.
Structural & Fabrication work; replacing ripped bridge plate of an acoustic guitar by a newly fabricated rosewood bridge plate
Body routing; a Tom Anderson Strat to get a battery compartment cut into its body. For upgrading its pickup from passive to active.
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