WORKSHOP SERVICES

The following is a list of services currently offered:

Setup of electric, acoustic or bass guitar: $60 (excl. strings)
Clean and condition fret-board, polish frets, test and clean electric components. Adjust neck relief, pickup height and string height where necessary. Set correct radius of bridge and intonation to get your guitar playing and sounding it’s best.

Pickup installation and wiring repairs for electric guitar and bass: $POA
Install new pickup/s, replace faulty volume/tone control pots, switches, output jack or create custom wiring, e.g. install push/pull pot for humbucker coil-split, mini-switches, custom switching, etc.

Replace nut on acoustic or electric guitar: $50
This includes a basic set-up to adjust the action, bridge radius and intonation of your instrument. ‘TUSQ’ brand nuts can be supplied at an additional cost.

Install floppy emulator for synthesizer or sampler (includes Gotek emulator):
• Gotek drive with Flash Floppy firmware – $120
• Gotek drive with HxC firmware – $140 (includes HxC license)
Note: Some older units may require extra cables/adapters. These parts will require an additional charge.

Install replacement screen, replace internal battery, tactile switch or other passive component in a synth, sampler or effect unit: $POA

I can source and replace parts for your synth, sampler, effect unit/pedal, etc. More complex repairs can be referred to another service person in Melbourne.

Repair keyboard assembly on synthesizer, keyboard or MIDI controller: $POA
I can source and replace broken keys, clean the keyboard assembly and make any other repairs and adjustments to bring your unit back to life. I currently have replacement keys for Korg Poly-800, Yamaha DX-7/7II/21/27, Yamaha SY-77/85/99, Korg Triton, Roland RD series, Yamaha digital pianos and more.

Contact me via email or call 0490 864 748.

Custom-made nut for Fernandes Nomad Bass converted to piccolo bass string set.
HxC flashed Gotek in Akai S3000XL
New OLED screen in Yamaha DX-21

I acknowledge the Wurundjeri people as the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which my guitar workshop stands and pay respect to their Elders past and present.