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My former luthier in Rimouski (Richard Aubut) did instruct me much about guitar adjustment.
 

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Good to see you here, Bill.

It should be highly recommended to take a course as it saves a lot of time, experimentation, and effort.

I would take a course now if I hadn't already spent enormous amounts of time on trial and error, watching and getting tips from pro luthiers and set-up guys, conversing with folks online, hanging out with builders, and so on. There's always more to learn so I wouldn't rule out a course when I have more time.
 

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I've read books, watched videos, bought my tools... but I'm afraid to touch my guitars.
I've asked a number of luthiers, if I could watch them work on my guitar and they all turned me down.

This workshop is the perfect solution!
The teacher will watch me work and when I'm over my head, he will take over.
 
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