Philadelphia Area Guitar Techs

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  1. SAVROHR

    SAVROHR Supporting Member

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    Anyone know a good guitar tech in the Philadelphia area for set ups, etc.?
     
  2. judedog

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    check out bruce marcolina
    abm690@comcast.net

    he's in the chestnut hill area. great guy. highly recommended
     
  3. SAVROHR

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    Thanks
     
  4. papersoul

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    Great! Thanks!!
     
  6. nicebreakup

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    +1 on Mark.
     
  7. sixty2strat

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    Jack Romano in Conshocken. Did an amazing refret for me
     
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    Can't recommend Jack enough. Wonderful fretwork on my strat.
     
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    Pete Brown. Young guy, went to a luthier school, does good work at reasonable prices. Just outside Philly, over the bridge, in Collingswood/Haddonfield area

    http://www.southjerseyguitarrepair.com/
     
  10. SAVROHR

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    Thanks for all the good recommendations and the candid info about who not to use!
     
  11. papersoul

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    I've used em all....Mark is the guy!
     
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    Its not really fair for someone to post something like that,what exactly does that mean 'too high to trust???" do you have any examples of me not doing a good job,or actually doing a bad job because I was "high"? exactly how do you know I was "high" anyway???I can give you dozens and dozens maybe even hundreds of recommendations from very satisfied customers.I don't know how I would be certified for warranty work from FENDER,GIBSON,Martin,Ovation, amongst others,if I was "too high to trust"

    Slander that can ruin a persons reputation and business is not really fair especially when comming from an anonymous poster hiding behind a screen name:dunno:FM
     

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