Instructed by Hank Castello, author of “Guitar Setups for Professionals” and “Level & Crown” a book covering all fretwork, this four-hour-plus guitar setup workshop gives you hands-on training so you’ll be able to do your own guitar setups. Bring your own guitar (electric, bass or acoustic) to work on and save a setup fee while you learn!
Never again be at the mercy of guitar shops! Keep your guitars perfectly setup better than many “professionals” can do the job!
Sign-up is limited to just eight students. If you’re not among the first eight to sign up this month, you’ll have to wait until next month.
You’ll share a workbench with one other student, so that you’ll experience each operation twice – once as the hands-on tech, and once as an observer/assistant. Student partners are rotated. Your instructor and his assistant will be able to give you personal assistance when needed.
You’ll not only learn how to keep your guitars properly set up, you’ll also learn the “whys” and theory behind all aspects of guitar setups. You’ll learn that most online “how-to’s” are wrong and can easily lead to damaging your guitar. You’ll learn why the “T.R.A.I.N.” setup system is a recipe for a train wreck!
Introductory rates are 50% of full price, but this is only temporary, so sign up now!
All tools for this workshop will be supplied. If you do not wish to bring your own guitar, let us know beforehand so we can supply you with a guitar similar to yours for this workshop.
The workshop covers basic setups and lightly touches on fretwork and nut work, as time allows. The workshop is scheduled for roughly four and a half hours.
Pre-Pay online, and we’ll see you on the last Sunday of the month at 10am. The page will not accept payments after eight students (class limit) have enrolled.
There is a Wendys and a cafe just a few steps away and we’ll take a couple coffee breaks and an hour lunch break.
The workshop starts at 10am. No one will be admitted after 10:10am. No food or drink (other than water), nor smoking nor weapons are allowed in the building. No recording is allowed.