When do I need to restring my
When a string breaks, it likely indicates that the other strings are also worn out. Consider replacing all strings when one breaks to extend the lifespan of your instrument. Here are a few signs that restringing may be necessary:
You find yourself tuning your ukulele/guitar more frequently than you used to. The strings may have lost their tension.
The string doesn’t feel as smooth as it used to. There might be grooves in it due to wear and tear from the pressing of strings on the frets.
Your ukulele/guitar doesn’t sound as good as it used to. The sound isn’t as clear, bright, or loud as it should be.
The strings are rusty. This is hazardous as the rust may rub off onto your skin when playing.
Regular servicing of your ukulele/guitar will help preserve the maximum tonal qualities of the instrument and safeguard it against more serious defects and cracks that may occur from further wear and tear.
Maintaining and cleaning your
When you play the ukulele/guitar, sweat from your fingers can cause the wooden fretboard to deteriorate more quickly. Over time, the accumulated sweat on the surface can trap dust and dirt. Our solution is simple: we use Dunlop 65 Lemon Oil. This is the best fretboard cleaner that we know of, and we have been using it for years. Doing this every 4-6 months can help your fretboard last for years to come. As for the wood, a simple cleaning and polishing will do the trick to make it look shiny and new again.
Ukulele/ Guitar cleaning & polishing
Ukulele/ Guitar restring service
1-10 Ukulele/ Guitar
$27.50 per Ukulele
$32.50 per Guitar
11-20 Ukulele/ Guitar
$25.50 per Ukulele
$30.50 per Guitar
21-30 Ukulele/ Guitar
$23.50 per Ukulele
$28.50 per Guitar
31-40 Ukulele/ Guitar
$20.50 per Ukulele
$25.50 per Guitar
Ukulele Strings: $5.50 per pack
Guitar Strings: $6.50 per pack
Transport: $40 round trip