Floyd Rose, other locking trem system, or 12-String $100.00
Bone Nut or Saddle
Standard 6 String Guitar or Bass Nut $80.00
12-String Guitar Nut $100.00
Uncompensated Bone Saddle $60.00
Custom Intonated Bone Saddle $80.00
Standard Pickup Installation (Swap) $50.00 + $20.00 each additional ***Tele bridge pickup swaps may incur additional labor, as the entire bridge needs to be removed.
Hollowbody wiring work takes more time, generally adding $30.00+.
Acoustic Guitar Pickup Installation K&K Pure Mini or Similar $90.00
Undersaddle Only (Piezo + Output Jack) $45.00
Other acoustic pickup systems can be estimated accurately in person.
Electronics (jack repair, pots, etc.)
Standard Jack Replacement $30.00 + Part
Semi-Hollow, Hollowbody, Acoustic Guitar $40.00 + Part
Non-standard jacks (Ernie Ball, G&L, etc.) may incur extra labor time in some cases.
Potentiometer replacement $50.00 + Part Add $15.00 for push/pull
Fender 5 way Switch Replacement $60.00 + Part
Fender 3 way Switch Replacement $50.00 + Part
Fender 4 way Switch Replacement $60.00 + Part
Gibson Style 3 Way Toggle Replacement $40.00 + Part
Rewire Standard Strat $120.00 + Parts
Rewire Standard Les Paul $150 + Parts
Add $30.00 *minimum* additional for hollowbody.
Let's talk about custom wiring!: If you'd like something non-traditional (not a Strat, Tele, Les Paul, etc.) and there's not a readily available wiring diagram, you'll need to pay for the design of a schematic. If it's a custom project like that, I will typically contract the design process out to some good friends of mine across the nation who can do it quicker than I can. I pay them well, because they're awesome at what they do!
Standard Guitar (6-String) or Bass: Includes light cleaning, polishing of frets, conditioning of fretboard, tighten hardware etc $30.00 + Cost of strings
Classical Acoustic, Locking Trem, or 12-String Guitar $40.00 + Cost of strings
All fretwork at Stahman Guitars is performed using the Dan Erlewine Neck Jig. This tool simulates string tension while the work is being performed. Necks change a lot under string tension, and the Neck Jig eliminates any guess-work.
Fret level, crown, and polish (includes setup) $180.00
Complete Re-fret (includes new nut and setup) $375.00
Neck w/ binding add $50.00 Stainless steel or EVO re-fret add $50.00 Pre-1984 Fender add $50.00 Maple fretboards can incur higher costs, as they often require refinishing the fretboard. I contract finish work out to Joe Parker Guitars- the best in the area!
Bridge Reglue $150+ Standard pinned steel string $175+ Classical, non-pinned bridge, anything other than standard This job can vary in price, because I never know what's going to be exposed once the bridge is off.
Archtop Bridge Replacement/Fit $50.00 + Part
Saddle Slot Plug/Recut $90.00 + Saddle
Replacement Acoustic Bridge $300.00+
Brace Reglue Starts at $60.00. This is a job that varies a lot. I can give a more accurate estimate in person.
Crack Repair Generally starts at $60.00.
Broken Headstock Starts at $75.00. I don't have a standard rate, as this is never a standard job.
Neck reset (NOT CURRENTLY TAKING THESE. TOO MANY IN THE QUEUE!) $500 Standard Dovetail Notes: Re-fret is frequently also necessary. Non-standard neck joints will incur higher labor costs. Bolt-on necks will incur less labor than normal. Necks installed before the finish process may require extra work (higher final bill). Neck resets do not include any finish touch up work. Finish is contracted out and billed upon completion.
I don't offer finish work at this time. I happily recommend Joe Parker Guitars for any refinishing, finish repair, etc. He's the best in the area, no question about it!
Head Replacement $100.00 + Parts for Synthetic $130.00 + Parts for calfskin/goatskin Replacement of the head does not include setup beyond tensioning the new head.
Install new bridge $30.00 (Does not include setup)
"Nate is a great guitar tech. He has set up hundreds of guitars for us, and has a keen eye for all the details.The best tech in the Eugene area!" - Hank, via Google
"This is the most welcoming and helpful shop I've been to in town. I had them ream the bridge of my acoustic guitar for new bridge pins and they did a fantastic job at a very reasonable price. If you want to steer clear of the guitar snobs and chain stores, this is absolutely your place." - Jared, via Google
"Nate took care of my 78 RD like it was a newborn. Stainless steel refret, gutted and replaced electronics with one of the most professional wiring/wire management jobs i've ever seen. He's great and deserves all of your money." - Tyler, via Google