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ON AIR

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TEST ROOM

In my shop, in Monza, Italy, in a comfortable and relaxing environment, I have created an acoustically neutral and soundproof test room, where the customer can test

instruments with the utmost calm, experimenting with the desired sounds without environmental noise pollution.

To ensure maximum flexibility, an amplification is available consisting of a Yamaha THR-100HD head 100W, which allows the emulation of the main tube circuits of the history of modern amplification (Fender, Marshall, Vox, ...) so that the musician can experiment the properties of the instrument in different sound contexts.

The head is combined with the Yamaha THD-212 bicone stereo speaker. In any case, the customer can also test the instrument with his own amplification system.

But, beyond the technicalities, the pleasure of having a cup of coffee together talking about music and guitars, perhaps listening to some inspirational songs or playing a riff, is the real plus of my test environment.

 

And if you need a quick setup or a change to the guitar action, the workshop is just behind the door!

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SETUP

The guitar is a living instrument: the wood moves, the strings stretch and loosen, the electrical circuits vary over time and with

places.

Moreover, the musician subjects the instrument to the stress of rehearsals and live performances, transports it, plays it in often inhospitable places:

the guitar is a "physical" instrument, which moves with the musician during the performance, and this contributes to the onset of setup problems.

Finally, the musician, whether professional or amateur, is always an artist: over time his needs change and with them the desire and

the need to modify the instrument to adapt it to his creativity.

In my shop, I personally carry out the adjustments, customizations and even the repairs that are necessary, always

after careful listening to the customer's needs.

Here are some of the most common activities; other more specific services can be agreed following an in-depth analysis of the

instrument.

SET UP

Nut replacement, string change, fret cleaning, pickup and bridge height adjustment, bridge pitch.

COMPLETE SET UP

All the services of the set up plus fret grinding, re-crowning, polishing, keyboard cleaning.

PARTIAL / COMPLETE FRET REPLACEMENT

ELECTRONICS

  • Electric shielding

  • Potentiometers cleaning

  • Pick up installation

  • Potentiometers replacement

  • Selector replacement

  • Pick up rewind

  • Output jack replacement

  • Preamplifier installation

  • Piezo installation

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