Really Great Repairs

For over 40 years Andy De Looze has specialised in offering precise repairs and setups to the guitar community. Andy takes pride in doing fine and detailed work. From a basic set-up to a complete re-fret and most things in between! He is skilled in this area & it’s often been said that ‘he has the patience of a saint’ when it comes to the macro setups he does.

In his own words, “It’s the really small things that make a huge difference in a guitars playability”

At RGG, we also carry stocks of the majority of replacement parts for the job, so it saves you valuable time & frustration in hunting down that elusive part!

Please check out the prices below, but if there is any other area of repair that you require, please just contact Andy through the contact link on our home page.

Pricelist

  • Assessments & quotations for any instrument are free of charge.
  • If a repair is not listed, please enquire.
  • Our hourly rate for miscellaneous work is £30

Guitar Set-Ups

  • Prices apply to both acoustic and electric guitars.

 

Standard Set-Up is £35 + set of strings 

  • action adjustment
  • truss rod adjustment
  • intonation set using a chromatic tuner.
  • fingerboard cleaned and oiled
  • frets polished
  • restringing
  • clean and polish

 

Please note – 12-String Guitars and Guitars with Floyd-Rose style tremolo systems are £45 for a standard set-up + strings

 

General Repairs – Guitars

Nut Replacement – custom-carved bone nut
£50
Nut Replacement – plastic
£20
Frets: Level, Crown and Polish
£75
Refret: Complete
£175
Refret: Partial
£65 + £10 per fret
Action only re-set £20
Intonation only re-set £20
Neck re-set (Bolt-on necks only) £20

 

Acoustic Guitar Repairs

Pickup Installation – Soundhole
(price of pickup not included)
£40
Pickup Installation – Beneath Saddle
(price of pickup not included)
£45
Saddle Replacement – custom-carved, compensated bone saddle
£45
Bone Nut and Saddle Replacement – custom-carved, compensated saddle
£85
Saddle Replacement – plastic
£15
Scratchplate Replacement
£25
Re-cut Saddle Slot
£40
Re-glued Bridge
£75

 

Electric Guitar Repairs

Pickup Replacement (price of pickup not included) £25
Output Jack Replacement £20
Potentiometer Replacement £20
Selector Switch Replacement £30
Complete Rewire £75
Strat style Scratchplate replacement & re-fit all electrics etc £30

 

Customer Testimonials:

“Just like to thank Andy De Looze @ Really Great Guitars for doing a great professional job sorting out my Taylor Acoustic out!
A complete fret dress and set up. Guitar plays as good as when I first bought it! Also thanks for the set up of my CS Telecaster he gave the bridge the correct radius sorting out the intonation and choking up the top end of the neck when bending above a full-tone bend!

“If you want a Reliable, fast, honest, professional service – Anything guitar related, Andy’s your man. He has all spares and parts imaginable too and above all he is a top man
And thanks to his lovely wife for entertaining my daughter ! 10/10”

Aaron Booton (Leominster)

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“Hi Andy, loving the set-up on the Gretsch…Wow!!! Can’t believe what a difference it has made …The action is perfect,only problem is I can’t put the thing down now!! Thank you very much…👍👍”

Craig Swift (Redditch)

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“Having tried a few guitar specialists in the area, Andy was the one who provided me with the most confidence that he had the right knowledge and experience. The work was performed quickly and professionally, and I was provided with regular updates regarding progress. It was great to use the services of somebody that genuinely loves their work, and is passionate about guitars and music.”

Mick Milner (Droitwich)

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“Andy, thank you so much for the work you completed on my guitar at the weekend! What a difference!
You’ve turned a good guitar into a great one! Thank you so much!”

Andy Dent (Worcester)

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“I left Andy a beaten up, filthy dirty old Taylor. When I picked it up a few days later it was barely recognisable. It now plays better than at any point in its 15 years. So I left him with a pretty much unplayable Strat, which, amongst other things, was choking all over the neck. It now plays and sounds just like Leo intended.”

Mark Wasley (Redditch)