There are times that I will advise a player AGAINST having their guitar setup. There are times when every repairer/tech should do this.
Find out why…
It’s been something of a topsy-turvy few weeks for me and that’s had an impact on things at Haze Guitars. Sorry about that.
If you’ve been good enough to accommodate me and reschedule appointments, thank you so much for your patience and understanding. And, if I’ve neglected to get back to anyone recently, I’m sorry and I’ll do my best to rectify that as things get back on an even keel around here.
As is (rightfully) customary for me at this time of year, I want to say a massive thank you to everyone who’s trusted me with their precious instruments over the last year. I know what that means and I really appreciate it. I say it every year, and I mean it every year, thank you. Thank you very much.
Haze Guitars will be closed until January 3rd, 2018 and I’m looking forward to getting back to working on some guitars.
Happy Christmas to you all. I’ll see you next year and, until then, find someone you care about and give them a hug.
All this talk of Black Friday sales has prompted me to do something too.
So, all Sketchy Setups guides (including the already discounted bundle) are 20% off for Black Friday. Just use code crazyblackfriday at checkout
Don't dilly-dally. That code is crazyblackfriday
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Repair appointments here at Haze Guitars work a little differently than most other places.
The very short story is:
If you want, you can stop reading here.
However, for a little more information and context on the process, you might find the following useful.
Obviously, as someone who installs pickups regularly, I often get asked for some recommendations. Players are considering an upgrade or swap and will hit me up for some advice on the tone of this or that pickup, or whether a particular pickup will suit the style they're going for. You know the sort of thing.
Click through and check out my advice…