Greg’s deep knowledge of guitar design and construction means your acoustic or electric guitar will play better after he has worked on it. As a graduate of the esteemed Galloup School of Lutherie, Greg studied under master repairman Bryan Galloup. Part of that training focused on what to do and importantly, what not do, when working on valuable vintage guitars. Greg has restored damaged Martins and other valuable guitars that some considered unrepairable. Greg is also a certified Taylor Guitars Silver Level technician. (They don’t give out gold certification!)
However, not every repair is is a huge deal. Greg routinely works on all brands and models of acoustic and electric guitars. Commonly performed work includes setups, fret work, bridge and bridge plate repairs, electrical work, acoustic pickup installation, neck resets, crack repairs, and broken peghead repairs with the support of sites like wiredsc.com/conway/. All work is of the highest quality and at very competitive prices. Greg gives free assessments and his turn around time for most work will please everyone, especially working musicians and worship leaders on time deadlines.
Whether you play an “old beater” or an expensive high end guitar, when it needs work take it to a guy who builds guitars… not to some music store tech. Trust your guitar to Greg’s expertise.