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Broken Headstock? New Paint? Art on Guitar?
There is a bunch of things we can do for you. Cleaning your car, gardening worx or cleaning windows. But it wouldn't be the part we are very skilled.
To be honest, we would be bored af.
Fortunately you are here for other things:
For example, we can fix your guitar, make it look better, make it work better, customize it to your needs, turn a left-hand Strat to a right-hand model (and the other way round), and last but not least: we can even MAKE you a guitar. That's a bunch of cool opportunities, eh?
See the pic on the left? Scroll down. Now you know what we can do.
Some Prices, for genuine electric guitars:
Changing strings only: 25.-
A slighty cleaning of the fretboard is included, exclusive strings
Mounting new strings, with setup: 95.-
We'll check the action, the nut, the neck, the intonation and the overall condition. Not included are the strings and aditional work if necessary. But we'll inform you first if there is a thing we have to fix.
Floating Brigde setup (only if asked), extra charge: 25.-
If you have a Stratocaster (or similar) with tremolo, and you finally want a floating bridge, we'll handle that for a few extra bucks
There are some works we do, but we have to check the guitar first. The following works are on demand
Checking and adjusting fret heights
Cleaning the neck, and polishing the frets
Complete paintjob just body
Complete paintjob body and neck
Price includes VAT (MwSt)
Gibson Melody Maker from red to black
New paintjob for this lovely 2003 Gibson Melody Maker.
The look of the Cherry Red isn't really the cherry on top.
Therefore Samuel wanted to have it in flat black. First!
But then he decided to with a shiny shiny GLOSSY black.
I told him to think over agian, because you'll see every little dust and fingerprints on black.
Glad he didn't listen, it turned out killer.
At the end he has to polish his axe every day, so it's not really my business.
I can show how a glossy black finish can look like, after polishing a few days!
The dot-dot-dot Bass
Check out this bass. And then lick your screen.
This shows the way it was done.
It looks like a simple design, but if you don't take your time, it will look shitty.
We could have made straight lines, that would have been much easier. But who wants an easy life!?
The knobs plate looks a little bolt but because it's made out of chrome, it gives a nice touch when turning the guitar (light reflections),
Stratocaster Battery Box Mod
Correct, this is a Fender Stratocaster Roadhouse Deluxe. Ten points, woo-hoo!
But wait, we have a trickier question: where the hell is this cheap and ugly battery box?
IT'S A MIRACLE! IT'S GONE!
The Roadhouse is an amazing and versatile guitar without a doubt. Until so see that battery box. We know that you can't blame everything on home office, but this doesn't look like the creative team at Fender approved this. And even tho you hardly ever turn your guitar it's simply a crime.
Our mod is just great:
push on one side, and the cover (in the same body color) pops out.
Put it back on, and two magnets will hold it in place!
Nope, you're screen isn't mirror-inverted. Cool, eh?
Stratocaster from a lefty to a righty
Maaaaan! That was fun! Actually, um, so much fun that we should probably just keep it. If you want to buy this specific guitar you would have to fight for it. So let's get ready to rumble.
HERE'S WHAT WE DID:
We switched the nut, customized the string tree, put on strings the other way round, drilled a hole into the shorter horn for the guitar strap, and adjusted the saddles for the right intonation.
Mates, try hard to play the high notes, especially everything above the 12th fret. But hey, Jimi did it! So yes, it is possible to master this. Trust yourself, be bold, and spread your fingers!
Fender produced the 'Stratocaster Artist Signature Serie - Jimi Hendrix Model'.
Oh boy, what is that supposed to be?!? A reversed headstock, and that's about it? No offense, but that's wack. It doesn't even look right.
Sooooooooooo... If you want THIS Strat you would have to come up with a state-of-the-art argumentation. But let's say you found a left-handed Strat, and you want us to reverse and modify it for you, we will surrender. Or even better, we will help you and get the job done. In this case, you simply have to get in touch with us. And yes, we can find you some Hippie peace and weed stickers.
Guitars / Guitare / Gitarre / Chitarra
Fender '78 Telecaster Restauration
Bringing a 1978 Fender Telecaster back to live is like bringing back, erm, 1978..
When a customer regrets some times of his youth.
Imagine you're ten years old. You buy a Fender Telecaster because your biggest influencer (not on Instagram, dummy, Instagram didn't exist back then; we're talking about a musical influencer, someone who actually changes your life. But wait a second – we have an Instagram account) is Andy Summers. So far, so good. And then you completely fuck up your guitar. Literally. You make space for a Humbucker on the neck position. You nail a London Underground metal plate on the body. You put a Pink Panther sticker on the back of your guitar.. You do everything you shouldn't do to a guitar like this. And then you regret it. Because all you've done is just a big block of shit. So you come to us, and we fix it. And if you still have the original pickups, that's even better.
Check out the detailed work:
Some pics showing the process of closing the damn Humbucker hole. Get it right, there are Teles with the Andy-Summer setup. That's hot. But not on this 1978 one.
During clear coat. This finish is so shiny, Alec has to wear sunglasses.
Wood work, metal work, paint jobs... you name it. Experience in aaall kind of works since over 27yrs now.
Polishin' and buffin' for hours.
Not a dream job, but when you are done, this is pure excitement and guys have to switch their underwear! And grirls... too!
Guitar Restauration - Custom Paintjob - Modifications - Service
Eko Condor 820/4V
Italian style from 1965!
What an extremely beautiful guitar. Completely restored by Stageguitar Service.
We were hired to give the body a new coat of paint! The job was not easy, because the wood had to be prepared first, and only after a few treatments, we applied the primer paint and clear coat.
One of the trickiest things was the finish: grinding, polishing, grinding, polishing.
That took so long I couldn't even watch TV anymore. But admit it! You like the result!
The Eko Condor is a contemporary witness of Italian guitar making. By the way, at the moment (as of March 2020) the guitar is looking for a new owner.. Can be Italian, or someone who loves strong espresso.