Colfax Guitar Shop handles all levels of repair and service to your acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo or ukelele
Bring in your guitar for an evaluation
and estimate—no fee, obligation, or commitment. We're happy to let you know whether or not
your guitar needs professional attention
to play its best.
GUITAR REPAIR SERVICES
Set ups (acoustic and electrics)
Electronics work (pickup installs, rewiring, wiring mods, troubleshooting, etc.)
Nuts and Saddles
Fingerboard Planning / replacement
Crack repair (back, sides, top, braces)
Finish touch up (we no longer provide complete refins)
Guitar "Conversion" (see section below for description)
Bring your guitar in to get an evaluation and estimate on your guitar. There is never a fee for initial estimates. We will be happy to let you know if your guitar needs any work (or not) to play its best. Many people are unaware of just how much better their guitar can play and sound with a little work from professionals who do this work day in and day out!
Customers often comment that guitars they gave up on years earlier have become their favorite instrument after getting a little work done. Find out today if your guitar is worth saving.
Dave is a vintage guitar lover and has a respectable collection of guitars himself. Be sure to get a fair estimate of your guitars value from him before you do anything with your instrument.
Repair estimates are always free and there is no commitment or obligation.
Have a guitar to sell, bring it by anytime for an evaluation. Need one to buy, check out our used guitars, which are always serviced by us first to ensure quality and playability.
Guitar conversions are processes where we take an old guitar and completely re-brace it
so you can keep its cool vintage vibe,
and achieve world-class sound.
We remove the crude ladder bracing and
replace it with traditional bracing, including steel-string bracing, x-bracing, or classical bracing, depending on your guitar's needs,
to give it new life.