Set Up Workshop

The secret to a perfect guitar setup is that there are no secrets.  All it takes is a certain degree of skill, lots of practice, and proper guidance.  We at SF Guitarworks believe that every musician should understand how their instrument works – knowing this will give a greater understanding of what their guitar is capable of, how to assess problems, help them make wiser guitar buying decisions, and not leave them hanging when their guitar goes down at a gig.  In our Setup Workshops, you will learn:

  • How to assess and diagnose the playability of your guitar
  • How a truss rod works and how to adjust it properly
  • What a radius is and how it applies to your instrument
  • How to set your intonation
  • What tools are used during a set up and how to use them
  • And much, much more!

Each student will have their own fully equipped bench to work on. Each student gets plenty of hands-on experience, and as much individual attention as possible.

Registration is ongoing – classes are held the first Saturday of the month, 11am-3pm and the cost is $250.  Classes are limited to 4 people, so sign up soon, as openings fill up fast.

For more info and registration, call us at the shop: 415-865-5424

“The environment felt very open, I didn’t feel lame asking beginner questions.” – Chris W.

“We learned more things that I could have possibly known.” – Matt K.

“I’ve never really seen what goes through an actual guitar set up. This workshop was a real eye opener.” – Edwin G.

 

Cancellation Policy:
No Refunds.
-Reschedule or store credit issued for cancellation up to 2 weeks of class date.
-One reschedule allowed for cancellation within 2 weeks to 72 hours of class date.
-No reschedule or credit issued for cancellation within 72 hours of class date

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