Service and Repair

Service Packages

Services We Provide

Standard Restring - $15
(steel string, standard electrics, banjo, mandolin, ukelele)

  • Restring & clean guitar (additional charges may apply for extensive cleaning)
  • Clean and condition fretboard and bridge
  • Tighten tuning machines

*Classical and 12-String cost $20, Floyd Rose costs $25

5 - Point Service - $39.99
Comes free with any instrument purchased from KSM!

  • Restring
  • Truss Rod Adjustment
  • Intonation
  • Bridge height adjustment
  • Clean and polish

Upgraded Service - $49.99

  • Restring & clean guitar
  • Clean and condition fretboard and bridge
  • Tighten tuning machines
  • Truss rod adjustment
  • Inotation
  • Bridge height adjustment
  • Clean and polish
  • Clean frets

Ultimate Service - $79.99

  • Restring & clean guitar
  • Clean and condition fretboard and bridge
  • Tighten tuning machines
  • Truss rod adjustment
  • Inotation
  • Bridge height adjustment
  • Clean and polish
  • Clean frets
  • Lube Nut
  • Lube bridge saddle(s)
  • Check and tighten electronics

*Classical & 12 string add $10, Floyd Rose adds $20

Stringed Instrument Maintnence

  • Restrings
  • Full setups
  • Intonation
  • Action and truss rod adjustment

Structural Repair

  • Headstocks
  • Crack repair
  • Brace repair
  • Bridge pull and bridge replacements

Hardware

  • Hardware customization
  • Cosmetic enhancements

Electronics Repair

  • Electronics repair on all stringed instruments
  • Pickup replacement
  • Wiring repair

Fret Repair

  • Re-frets
  • Fret level
  • Crown
  • Polish

Electronics Upgrades and Customizations

  • Electronic modifications on all stringed instruments
  • Pickup installation
  • Wiring customization
  • Personalized upgrades & modifications

Bone and Graphite

  • Nut replacement
  • Saddle replacement
  • Fabrication from blank materials

Amp Repair

  • All Major & Minor Repairs
  • Full Amp Service

Headstock Repairs

One more significant repair that we do here at KSM is for a broken headstock. a lot of people wonder how good a fix we can do, and how the guitar will look/feel after being repaired. Here's one example:

Pictured to the right is a Teton Acousic guitar, rocking a wormy maple veneer on the front of the headstock. A grain pattern like this is nearly impossible to replicate, so instead what we did was apply a black gradient that matches the color and look of the guitar, but also makes the repair look seamless.

As you can see, this Teton guitar still plays and sounds great. The integrity of the neck is near good as new.