A new PRS import dropped in recently to be set up for D'Addario XL 9s. The output jack was snugged up along with the usual neck / bridge / nut adjustments.
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A customer got a good deal on an early 2000 PRS and wanted to bring it by for checkup. We looked over the setup and neck in particular. Everything looked to be in good order, but later he let me know that he ended up returning the guitar for a refund. It's always a good thing to know when a guitar just isn't a good fit for you, regardless if it was a good deal or not. But also make sure that when you find "The One", that you hold onto that guitar. I hear many, many stories from customers about the one they wish they still had ...
Fret level crown polish :: 1999 PRS Custom 24 [8.3 lbs]
Excessive fret wear was causing intonation issues on this bolt-on 24 fret PRS. Jumbo frets (aka wide) can be more prone to tuning issues because the contact point of each worn fret gets pushed back towards the bridge and causes notes to play sharp. Leveling out these divots and recrowing the frets resets the intonation point back to the middle of the fret slot, therefor minimizing intonation issues.
New bone nut :: 2001 PRS Custom 22 [8.2 lbs]
This early Y2K PRS was in for a new bone nut to improve the action for both slide and fretted playing. The original graphite nut slots had worn down and made slide playing difficult, especially down low.
2012 PRS Modern Eagle Quatro [8.3 lbs] :: tremolo setup for 11's.
Maple body with a jet black finish and a thinly finished Indian rosewood neck.