How Much Does Refretting a Guitar Cost?

Refretting a guitar is a process done to different types of guitars with buzzes that cannot be adjusted with normal procedures.  There are at least four types of refretting services that include maintenance, corrective, modification and partial refretting; the pricing for each is going to greatly vary.  The cost of refretting a guitar is going to depend on the person/company performing the job, the type of guitar, as well as other factors.

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Average Price for Users : $20

  1. kevin h (murfreesboro,TN) paid $40 and Said,

    I went to the String Shop in Murfreesboro, this shop is great. I had the first five fretts replaced &a some frettboard repair on my J200 JR &a a complete refrett on my Les Paul. My guitars are like brand new again. The Les paul is a 1999 the J200 JR is a 1992. He will restring & buff a guitar $40.00 Each. I will get that next.

    Was it worth it: Yes

  2. Chan paid $$100 and Said,

    I recently had a fret job done on a 20+ years old Jackson Fusion that I had bought used. It turned out that the previous owner(s) had taken such bad care of it for the last 20 or more years that the frets (esp. 19-24 on the low B string) have become pretty worn down. The person who did it also included a setup/intonation job with it, which was probably necessary too given that little-to-no maintainence had been done on it by previous owner(s).

    Was it worth it: Yes

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