Guitar Player Repair Guide

How to Set Up, Maintain, and Repair Electrics and Acoustics

Author: Dan Erlewine

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

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Category: Music

Page: 320

View: 661

Covers set-up, maintenance, tuners, acoustic adjustments, nut replacement, fret dressing, refretting, guitar electronics, finish application and repair, and useful tools.

How to Make Your Electric Guitar Play Great!

The Electric Guitar Owner's Manual

Author: Dan Erlewine

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

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Category: Music

Page: 133

View: 223

An introductory guide that explains how to choose, use, maintain, and improve any electric guitar; includes a plastic sheet of snap-out guitar tools.

How to Setup Your Guitar Like a Pro

An Easy Guide for Beginners

Author: Jonny Blackwood

Publisher: www.learn-guitarsetups.com

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Category: Music

Page: 56

View: 463

Learn how to do great guitar setups time and time again with this easy to follow, step-by-step manual. With expert tips, clear instruction over 100 photos, you will gain the understanding on how to fine-tune your guitar to play it's best. Makes an excellent starter book or reference for budding professionals. ***Now updated and expanded with additional content including a section on restringing, neck shimming, scale length determination and new images!*** Included in the Book: An 8 step method on setting up your electric or acoustic guitar; How to adjust Fender-style tremolo's, Gibson hard-tails, Floyd Rose and other floating bridge types; How to adjust the saddle on your acoustic steel string or nylon string guitar; How to file nut slots; Setup spec's for electric, acoustic, classical and bass guitar; Manufacturer's setup spec's from Fender, Gibson, Ibanez, Jackson, Gretsch and others; Exclusive setup specifications from the Author's best playing guitars; A handy measurement conversion chart.

Guitar Setup, Maintenance & Repair

Author: JOHN LEVAN

Publisher: Mel Bay Publications

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 152

View: 599

This guide will use photographs, diagrams and sketches made by the author and some provided by various manufacturers to teach how to clean, condition, adjust the action and properly intonate your acoustic guitar, as well as: John's trade secrets on hand-carving bone nuts and bridge saddles, wiring and fretwork. John has also included a chapter on identifying and diagnosing problem guitars. It even includes a forward written by Bob Taylor of Taylor Guitars. This book is perfect to teach a beginner or a reference for the guitar repair professional.

Guitar Playing Manual

The comprehensive guide

Author: Martin Hatwood

Publisher: Haynes Publishing UK

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 256

View: 772

The author's decision to write this book was based on one basic premise - this is intended to be the book that he would have liked to have had available when he was a beginner, some 25 years ago. "During my groundwork for the book, the task was to recall my own problems from those early days and to provide the reader with the answers, some of which have taken many years and frustrations to resolve. Added to these recollections were conversations with other guitarists in order to discover what their stumbling blocks had been. Perhaps not too surprisingly, many common factors began to emerge, and with the same mystified comment; ‘Why does nobody ever tell you about that?'"

American Lutherie

The Quarterly Journal of the Guild of American Luthiers

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Category: Lute

Page:

View: 261

Books in Print

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Category: American literature

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