Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I get a price on a guitar repair?
- Where can I find replacement bodies and necks for my guitar?
- Why does my guitar sound and play so bad?
- Who does the guitar repair?
- What are your hours?
- How long will the repair take?
Many of the guitar repairs can be quoted over the phone but there are specific repairs that we would need to see in order to give you a price. (Crack or broken headstock repair and paint repairs) would need to be brought into the shop for a price.
We manufacture Licensed By Fender replacement parts as well as custom guitar parts,
please visit us at www.bhefner.com for pricing and more information.
When was the last time you had a setup (tuneup) on your guitar?
This is something that should be done once or twice a year depending on how much you play.
Most of the time this is the simple fix needed to get your guitar back to playing right.
Bernie does all the repairs in the shop, with 30 years of experience building guitars for many major guitar companies and countless small builders, you can be sure that the work will be done right.
9 am - 4 pm
***NOW OPEN ON SATURDAY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE!***
Our luthier and owner, Bernie, is almost always at the shop, except for those times when he is
out picking up lumber, or for appointments, etc. If you would like to meet with Bernie personally,
please give us a call just to make sure he will be at the shop when you come by. Otherwise you
can drop off your guitar for repair and Bernie will contact you the same or next day.
Repairs vary in the amount of time it takes but typical repairs such as setups and
repairs or installations usually only take one to two days. An accurate leadtime will be given to
you when the guitar is evaluated and we have established what repairs need to be made.