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Good instrument repair in North Carolina?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by BenWhoPlaysBass, Dec 31, 2013.

  1. BenWhoPlaysBass

    BenWhoPlaysBass

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    I'll be moving to Durham, NC in a week or so, and seeing as I'm completely useless at DIY repair (especially with electronics) I was wondering: Anyone in the Raleigh-Durham area know of a good shop to get service and repair? My jazz bass is currently non-functioning as the pickups shorted and one pot failed. There's a guitar center there, I know, but I'd rather take my instruments to a local shop.


    (Not sure where to post this, so I figured "miscellaneous" would be a good place to put the post)
  2. play4sanity

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    Here is the guy you want: http://www.thefretking.com/

    I'm sure there are others but I have personal experience and can highly recommend him.
  3. ack

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  4. wild4oldcars

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    +1 to Harry's, great service. Ive never had them do repair work, but i always appreciate a business that isn't constantly trying to upsell me like GC, and to a lesser extent, Sam Ash

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