A well-tuned instrument is essential for a musician. The setup allows you to play without constraint and under the best conditions. Make an appointment now with a professional. This video presents the main steps of a setup in our workshop.



Guitar (or bass) inspection

Adjustment of all parameters according to your play

Wood and electronic cleaning

Minor repairs

Installation of new strings

30 days warranty

80$ +txs


Guitar (or bass) inspection

Adjustment of all parameters according to your play

Wood and electronic cleaning

Minor repairs

Installation of new strings

+ Complete frets leveling

30 days warranty

199$ +txs

“Why getting your guitar a setup is important”

My job is to check your guitar’s settings and to assess its global “health”. Then, I can start do the necessary adjustments and obtain the best possible setup, considering your instrument and your playing style. Also, a yearly adjustement of your instrument allows it to keep its best setup season after season and to withstand humidity and temperature variation.


“What are the most common problem that requires adjusting your guitar settings?”

As every instrument is unique, there is a wide range of range of things that can be easily fixed. For example, strings buzzing or any other problematic noise caused by the strings’ vibrations can be fixed by a tune up of the bridge and/or by equalizing the frets. I checked all of the instruments components to see where adjusting is most needed and I offer a solution that both suits your instrument and budget.

“What is a fret leveling ?”

Frets are subject to an array of pressure and tensions linked to the guitars structure, weather changes, aging, playing, etc. As a consequence, they can raise, detach, flatten or simply get used up hence provoking parasite noises. In order to see whether the frets need leveling I check them 3 by 3 lengthwise and assess any type of unevenness.


“When does a complete refretting is needed?”

Changing the frets can be useful when a leveling becomes impossible (frets are too worn out). Before going for a total refretting, it is often possible to just change the most problematic ones. It will be my pleasure to assess what is the best possible solution for you and your instrument.


“What is a bone saddle ?”


They are two main reasons one might want to change a bridge. When the bridge’s height is no longer suitable to the instrument or the player’s playing style or when One wants to better the sounds of their instrument. Indeed, the bridge’s role is to transmit the sound vibration from the strings to the instrument. Factory made bridges (even on high-end instruments) are very often made of soft plastic. I offer my customers two types of high-density materials (bone and composite). Let me know what would best fit your needs


Neck Reset

Broken Headstock

Vintage Restauration

Finish Touch’ up

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