Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair
3352 Route 9 South, Freehold, NJ 07728
If you ever wanted to become a guitar repair technician or open up your own guitar repair business, then the Eastern School of Fretted Instrument Repair in Freehold, New Jersey, is a great place to start your future.
The school has been approved by the NJ Board of Education, NJ Department of Labor, and the NJ State Approving Agency for Veterans Training.
At the Eastern School, you’ll receive hands-on experience inside of a working guitar repair center, the Raritan Bay Guitar Repair.
The program runs for 20 weeks. Classes are conducted weekly, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., after which you may stay until 6 p.m. for independent study. Students who complete the program will receive a certificate of graduation along with a list of supplies and resources to get you out there and start professionally repairing guitars.
The program will provide these skills:
- How to evaluate all types of fretted instruments
- How to correctly set up a guitar or bass guitar
- How to correctly grind and polish frets
- How to refret any type of fret board
- How to efficiently fashion from raw bone, corian and micarta, nuts, and saddles
- Any aspect of wiring
- How to perform basic and intermediate crack repairs
A tuition discount is offered if the amount is paid three or more months prior to the program start date.
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