Need To Preserve, Enchance, Service Or Repair Your Music Instrument?

Welcome to The Guitar Store Service and Repair department. Here, we offer various kinds of music instruments service and repair such as guitars, amplifiers, effects/gadgets, drums and percussion and even keyboards. Our much experienced service technician is ready and committed for any instrument faulty tasks and we promised to deliver to our customer’s satisfaction in retaining the best result on the serviced or repaired product. Our general services includes Restring and General Cleaning, Refret, Pickup and Electronic Installation. If you do have queries, talk to us and we are here to solve your product’s problem. There’s nothing that couldn’t be solved when there’s a will, there’s a way. Thank You for choosing us.

General Service

Electric Guitar/ Fixed BridgeRM 15
Electric Guitar/ Floyd RoseRM 25
Acoustic GuitarRM 15
Classical Guitar/ NylonRM 20
BassRM 20
Ukulele Guitar/ Ukulele BassRM 10
Violin/ CelloRM 20

Full Setup and Intonation

Main Categories (Elec.Gtr Fixed Bridge, Elec.Gtr FR Bridge, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar)-
Basic Set UpRM 150
Full Set UpRM 250
Fret LevellingRM 100
Neck AdjustmentRM 35
Pickup Sound BalancingRM 35 - RM 50                   
* Neck Jig will be use for Full Setup for the most accurate fretting and fingerboard leveling possible. 


Main Categories (Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar) -
Each FretRM 45
Full RefretRM 800 - RM900  
* All price depend on fingerboard (rosewood/ maple) and neck (bolt on/ set/ through)
* Fret leveling includes for full refret 

Pickup Installation & Electronic

Pickup Acoustic LR.Baggs (modification output only and sound balancing)RM 85                        
Pickup Acoustic/ Classical (body modification, output and sound balancing)RM 300 - RM 350
Pickup Electric Guitar and BassRM 50 Per Pickup
3 Way Selector SwitchRM 35
5 Way Selector SwitchRM 60
Volume and Tone PotRM 25
Output SocketRM 15
Push/ Pull tone and Volume potRM 35
Kill SwitchRM 25
Full Wiring (Includes Canare Cable)RM 150

Machine Head

Main Categories ( Normal, Modification )-
6 String Electric, AcousticNormal RM 20, Modification RM 35
BassNormal RM 20, Modification RM 35
12 StringNormal RM 35, Modification RM 65
FiddleNormal RM 15, Modification RM 30

Bridge, Nut, and Saddle

Bone Nut (customize size, set optimum height)RM 35   
Bone Saddle (customize size, set optimum height)RM 35
Electric FR Locking outRM 35
Electric FR bridge sys (full setup and body modification includes)RM 350 - RM 500
Electric Fixed Bridge (full setup and body modification includes)RM 400 - RM 600                                                             

Broken/ Split

HeadstockRM 350 - RM 600
BridgeRM 380
Back or TopRM 120 - RM 600
Neck, body jointRM 120 - RM 600

*This service may need partial refinish for best result. 

*** All price(s) above are subject to change without prior notice and were updated on 1st April 2018.


Guitar Care

In order to keep guitars and basses in top shape, we recommend that they be professionally set up and checked out every six months. Since most guitars are made of wood, seasonal climate changes can make some adjustments necessary. Also, normal wear and tear (such as fret wear) can be addressed before it causes any serious problems. In addition to the six month "check up" by a qualified technician, there are some things you should do to maintain your guitar.

Keeping it Clean

Each time after you play, wipe off the strings with a clean cloth because, The dirt and oil left on the strings after playing will oxidize and kill your tone.
String oxidation is usually the cause of strings to sound "Dead." It can also cause premature breakage,
Whether you have an electric, acoustic, or bass guitar, there are parts which can become loose.
If you plug your instrument in, the input jack is almost always the first part to need some attention.
Be careful! It seems like no big deal to grab a wrench and crank that input jack nut until it tightens up.
We cannot tell you how many guitars we have gotten that "just stopped working" after the input jack was tightened.
It is very easy to turn the whole jack and tear the wires and, suddenly have no output.
Just be gentle when you're turning the nut. Make sure you can see that the whole jack isn't turning.
If you can get to the underside of the jack ( where the wires are soldered ) without too much trouble, take the time to do it.
That way, you can hold the jack while tightening the nut.
If you can not get to the underside of the jack without a lot of trouble, ( most acoustics come to mind ) or you find that the jack keeps getting loose - take it to your favourite guitar technician to have it taken care of. Since it's something we do often, we can tighten it up and drop a lock washer on the inside pretty quickly.