Guitarrepairbench.com is dedicated to providing the best instructional articles about guitar repair, maintenance, and guitar building on the web, so you can repair your own guitars. Being a luthier myself, I know how difficult it is to find quality information and instruction about guitar building and guitar repairs when you first start working on guitars.
There is no reason why you need to bring your guitar to your local repairshop for a simple setup. Even if you think you are not handy enough to repair your own guitar, I believe every guitarist should at least learn how to take care and maintain his guitar. I have written many articles and instructional guides for novice guitar players looking to make their guitar play smoother as well as articles for advanced guitar technicians looking to learn new techniques. My articles cover every guitar repair subject from guitar intonation and nut replacement to full guitar setups. I have also written a large about of instructional guides for building both electric and acoustic guitars that will be coming soon to guitarrepairbench.com. Whether you are a novice or intermediate luthier, you will be able to learn some new techniques from my guitar building articles. Coming soon, I will have articles that walk you step-by-step through building every aspect of electric guitars and acoustic guitars. In addition to the guitar repair and building articles, I have compiled numerous resources for everything from guitar parts and guitar repair tools to resources on how to start your own luthier shop and online guitar lessons at guitar repair bench.
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Today, almost all guitars are fitted with adjustable truss rods that can be adjusted using an allen wrench or screw driver in either the nut or the heel of your neck. Electric guitar truss rods come in two main styles...
Intonation is the tune or pitch of your collective, guitar strings as you move up the fretboard or scale length. Although it is impossible to perfectly intonate your guitar because of its equal temperament tuning, it is possible to come to a compromise with a proper set up.
The Fender serial numbers tell the story of the company over the years. Unfortunately, the serial number placement is sporadic and many serial numbers over lap between years and models. In many instances, there is no exact known date for a specific guitar. That is why I decided to write this article. I want to help you understand how to tell the age of your Fender as well as any Fender you see...
There are tons of different guitar tunings that you can learn. Check them out!
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If you just started working on guitars and you don't know what is wrong with your guitar, see the questions below to find out how to fix some common guitar problems.
Here are a variety of good resources to find guitar repair/replacement parts and other instructional guides on how to repair and build guitars.