Guitar Repair, Setup and Cleaning
If you need a simple restring, a neck adjustment, a complete setup, or mechanical and electronic repairs I can have your instrument back up and ready for you to play.
I offer reasonable prices and will provide a quote in advance based on the services needed. And unlike most places, I’ll never try to talk you into services that you don’t need.
With no affiliation to any specific equipment company, I can offer unbiased professional guidance and assistance in picking out the right instrument to meet your current abilities and to grow with you and keep in tune with your budget needs. This type of conversation is of course free for my students if they’d like to take a few minutes during lesson time.
I offer consulting services to schools, universities, businesses or private studio owners needing to maintain, upgrade or invest in new studio and/or music equipment.
I am available for booking weddings, social gatherings, parties, expos, festivals or other public type event needs.
As well as being a solo instrumentalist, I am part of a network of professional players able to deliver various ensemble combinations to meet your needs. Would you like a guitar/ fiddle duo? Or maybe you’d prefer a jazz quartet including sax? Tell me what you’d like, I can provide a quote for services.
School and Educational Opportunities
I offer free services to visit educational institutions to provide school classes with a wide variety of informational topics about music. If you are an educator, I invite you to contact me.
I’m happy to be a guest for the day in your classes and get students excited about their creative musical interests or aspirations. My material is age appropriate and we can discuss together any basic concept or theme you are interested in bringing to their attention. My music background covers many areas, from learning an instrument, teaching an instrument, finding the right higher educational curriculum, starting a band, areas of interest to study in the music industry, recording music and for the younger ages simply bringing an instrument or two, teaching about the parts of it and then allowing them the opportunity to play it.