- Guitar Repair Classes
Guitar Setup, Maintenance & Repair Classes
Join us and learn how to do pro-level guitar setups and repair work at one of our private workshops. Our classes are small and generally conducted in community halls, guitar stores or university settings. Click on the links below to learn more about each class and required supplies. For upcoming dates, be sure to join the mailing list for new class announcements. Classes are held in Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, or anywhere else that will take us (inquire for details).
Check out the Testimonials Below!
Guitar Kit Assembly
Nut & Saddle Making
Electric Guitar Building (kits)
Acoustic Guitar Building (kits)
|Wiring & Electronics
Ukulele Building (kits)
Violin Building (kits)
Basic Guitar Repair Course
Guitar Tech 101/Hot Rodding
Guitar Pedal Building
Interested in our workshops?
Please join the waiting list below.
Available classes are listed on the registration page.
“I enjoyed the class and was nice to confirm what I knew and learn some new things. I can’t add anything else, nice informal format, opportunity for questions, good location and the right size group for the time allotted.” –
Bob G. (Calgary, Alberta)
“Thanks for the (wiring) course today. Learned a lot and although i didn’t quite get my project finished, I’m confident i won’t have a problem getting it done as well as another one I’ve had sitting…” – Ian W. (Edmonton, Alberta)
“Really enjoyed the Wiring Class. Plugged the Tele in at home and it really does sound better – there is a degree of clarity that wasn’t there before. Had the same experience when the same mods were done to my Strat…. Really enjoyed Sunday’s Setup session. Thought it had the right amount of time allocated and you went through things systematically. Great setup guide handout!” – John A. (Edmonton, Alberta)
“I thought the course was excellent! I came home and set up another guitar just to make sure it stays in my mind. I feel much more confident in changing things now, I have messed around with the truss rod before, but was never quite certain what the results would be.” – Aaron B. (Edmonton, AB)
“The class was very good. I would like a class on guitar electronics.” – Walker M. (Edmonton, AB)
“Thank you!! The class was great. You were super helpful and the over all pacing of the class was excellent.” – Dan F. (Edmonton, AB)
“I had a great time and learned a lot. You’re very approachable, knowledgeable and you make it easy to ask questions. In my estimation, these are the most important qualities for a good teacher to have. Keep up the great work and I hope to take another of your classes in the future.” – Jon H. (Edmonton, AB)
“I thought the class was great! I knew a little bit about intonation before the class but I had no idea of relief or fret radius or saddle and pick up height – lots of interesting stuff.” – John W. (Edmonton, AB)
“That was great – my brother loved the setup on the acoustic. I’ve got a lot of practicing to do on the instruments around the house. Great Course – Thanks Jon!” – Dean F. (Edmonton, AB)
“I took a guitar setup and electronics course with you in Calgary last spring. Just finishing up my guitar setup on my tele; installed a set of n3s on her this afternoon and just about to finish up the intonation. Just wanted to say thanks. Since the course I’ve wired and setup a tele that I built myself… My first partscaster … as well as the MIM that I’m putting the n3s in now. I learned a lot, and your manual really is great for all the things I forgot to write down. Anyway, just wanted to say thanks again. You did an amazing job at the course, and it gave me a ton of confidence. Hope to see you in the future for a fretwork/nut adjustment session!” – Chris W. (Calgary, AB)
“I wasn’t sure if I stopped to thank-you for your time on my way out the door today, but “thank-you”. I did enjoy the course, I learned a bunch and I did appreciate the extra personal attention that you provided. I would say that over the last year the amount of “geometry” (for lack of a better term) that is involved in guitars (and I’m assuming all stringed instruments) that I’ve come to be aware of has really been eye opening, and you definitely added to that today. Anyhow, thanks again- really enjoyed it. Not sure if I feel ready to take on my 12/6 double neck, but small steps.” – TWK (Edmonton, AB)
“I wanted to thank you for the very informative class and I already have put your teachings into action. All my guitars now play like I always wanted them to. Cheers!” – Michael D. (Edmonton, AB)
“I just wanted to say thanks for a righteous weekend. It was well paced (but fast), the delivery was great, and it was nice to have immediate access to your expertise. I learned a lot, and look forward to honing my skills on future projects. Thanks again, it was very cool.” – Francis K. (Calgary, AB)