During the recent lockdown, we stopped working for a few weeks but have now re-commenced operating, but not quite as before.
Unfortunately, we’ve lost some of the personal touch where we can try out your guitar before and after repair/upgrade/set-up etc and discuss any works required before your guitar goes into the workshop.
However, you still have the reassurance that, when you guitar goes on the bench and we find out what’s wrong, nothing will be done without your prior consent.
You have the comfort of knowing that no work will ever be carried out on your instrument that isn’t, in our opinion, either absolutely necessary or that will improve the playability of your instrument.
Also, when you get your guitar back, we’re confident you will be pleased with the results. However, should you need any further adjustments etc, you have the comfort of knowing that they will be taken care of without any quibble.
During the lockdown, I’ve have the opportunity to catch up on some projects that were set aside due to lack of time to complete. You can see a couple of these in some of the posts.
The old saying ” the cobbler’s children are poorly shod” rings true here as well in that I’ve probably been guilty of letting my own guitars become a bit unruly with intonation being a bit out or a neck needing adjustment etc. So, I’ve had the opportunity to get some of those into shape as well.
In summary, we’re open for business and, with a few changes, we’re still offering you the same level of service you enjoyed before this all kicked off.
If you’re a professional/semi-professional guitarist, remember that hospitality venues will be opening in N. Ireland soon.
Please don’t wait until the last minute to to have that job done on your guitar because I’ll bet there will be a rush here in the days before 3rd July when the hospitality industry re-awakens.