Axe Grinder stands behind our services 110%. Not only are your instruments safe with us, as we are fully insured, but we also offer a 30 day guarantee! If you're not happy, we'll fix it again for free until you are. Customer satisfaction is our primary goal, and we are dedicated to fast and premium quality service. Throughout the repair process, we will optimize your instrument to ensure the highest possible sound quality and performance. We understand the demanding needs of professional players, students, and even the weekend picker, because we are, and have been, professional musicians ourselves for over forty years. Axe Grinder will gladly work within your given time frame to have your instrument repaired as soon as possible. We are open everyday from 11am to 8pm. Please, contact us anytime for an appointment. You will find us to be very friendly and personable. We strive to make you happy!
We offer a wide variety of setups. Every instrument is setup to your personal playing style and includes a fretboard cleaning, tuner adjustments, truss rod adjustment, restring, bridge radius, action adjustment, intonation; finally polishing. Your guitar will leave our bench feeling and looking great.
We offer many kinds of fretwork from complete refrets to fret dressings. All of our fretwork is finished with a leveling of your frets, a very even and precise crown, and finally a polish to a high mirror gloss. Your guitar has never played so well!
NUTS AND SADDLES
We use the highest quality bone, graphite, fossilized ivory and various synthetic materials. Certain nuts are hand carved, with custom string spacing to meet your instruments needs. Saddle work will be performed to match your guitars radius, and compensated for better intonation.
Your options are endless. From new jacks to complete custom rewiring. We have many custom wiring options for every type of instrument, but we can also customize the wiring to your specifications.
We offer a wide variety of repairs. Headstock repair to custom made bridges. We employ many different clamping scenarios and reconstruction techniques.