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Buy Now Guitar

Buy Now Guitars

These are non-special order buy now guitars and are usually in stock in some form at the shop, so we can build and ship them to you quicker without being set up. Your other option is to ask us to ship guitar with setup. Note-When the guitar is shipped to you with setup we’ll perform the following operations. Setup cost includes a fully adjusted neck truss rod, your choice action height, dialed-in intonation, fully level all frets then re-crown and polish. Plus, your choice of string gauge. Finally, we set and radius all six strings. Your gig-ready guitar setup invoice is only: $155.  Consider this important add-on to your buy now guitar choice.

A Buy Now Guitar is set up properly it’s Gig-Ready and:

It sounds great and most importantly the feel is very comfortable and responsive
Every fret will be solidly in tune
With a fret level “string buzz” is eliminated and thus the action can be set much lower
Your guitar playing will be effortless
Guitar strings will last much longer
You’ll experience exactly what pro players seek for their absolute best playing performances

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Buy now guitars are ready!

Buy now guitars are ready through our in-house setup service:

There are about eight areas to concentrate on when we set up a guitar. Each point is listed below:

Point 1: 4-Axis Alignment of The Guitar Neck

First of all, each guitar neck is checked and adjusted to be sure it is true and straight to ensure proper alignment on all four axis: right, left, back and forward – then perfectly centered. This step ensures proper action and allows for more accurate and easier guitar playing with less fret buzz. 

Point 2: Inspect and Lube The Guitar Tuning Gears

Before installing your guitar tuning gears, each one is tightened and checked thoroughly. Every tuning gear is adjusted so that there is no play in the mechanism. They are then lubricated to insure smooth and even movement to make your guitar tune accurately. All other friction points are lubricated as well.

Point 3: Potting The Guitar Pickups

If not completed already, we dip the pickups in hot wax to reduce squeal therefore, as a result, no unwanted guitar feedback. Then radius all adjustable pole pieces to the same string and neck radius for best sound.

Point 4: Prep the Guitar Body

Upon installing the guitar electronic components, while great care is taken to ensure that all wires are properly routed, spaced, and grounded and pots working properly.  In addition to quality sound, you’ll have many years of trouble free service with your guitar.

Point 5: Level and Polish the Frets

Most noteworthy, this ensures that all of the guitar frets are level, eliminating any possibility of fret buzz due to unevenness. If extreme low action is required, we start here.

Point 6: Radius the Guitar Strings

Since most guitar necks have a contour over the top of the neck called the radius. We adjust the strings to make sure the height of each string follows the contour of the guitar neck radius. That way each string is the same distance from the top of each fret allowing for perfect intonation of each fretted note.

Point 7: Adjusting Overall Guitar String Height, Action, Nut and Bridge

Once we set the contour and radius of the guitar strings, it’s time to adjust the overall height of the strings from the top of the frets to the bottom of the guitar strings. We can achieve any action you require-from high to extremely low. During this check we’ll adjust the nut and bridge if needed.

Point 8: Set the Guitar Intonation

This step is done twice. The intonation is set two times with a 24 hour “seat-in” period in between to allow the guitar to properly re-seat to the new adjustments. Now you have an instrument in perfect tune anywhere. It’s comfortable, plays how you want it and is Gig-Ready! Your perfect guitar.

By | 2024-01-21T09:58:09-05:00 August 12th, 2023|Guitar Education|0 Comments

About the Author:

Mr. Rick Mariner Owner and Founder and CEO of Haywire Custom Guitars Inc. He is a member of The Association of Stringed Instrument Artisans (A.S.I.A.) as well as a guitar player. Rick holds a bachelors degree from University of Md. and a Masters degree from George Washington University. Rick developed his exclusive 8 – Point “Gig- Ready” guitar process that allows for Custom Guitars that are “GIG-READY”. With Rick’s many years of development and guitar set-up experience, Haywire Guitar shop “Builds satisfied players… one Haywire guitar at a time”.

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