OUR CLIENTS SAID
“I was referred to Jack by GC. They were not set up for the type of repair I was requesting. I brought my amp to Jack who quickly diagnosed the issue and repaired it as I waited. While I was there I asked him if he could look at my PRS and get his opinion on a set up. Once again he was able to work on it while I was there, and gave me some useful tips along the way. The guitar now plays and sound beautiful. I will continue to use J.R.S. for all my instrument needs and highly recommend his service. Thanks Jack!”
“J R S Repair came highly recommended from Redlands Guitar Shop. I have an 15 year old Fender Amp that I got while in school and it was having some problems. Was directed to John and he was very professional and took care of the problem for a reasonable price in a very timely manner. It sounds better now than it did when I bought it in 2001.”
“I dropped my guitar and broke the neck away from the body. This guitar although not expensive was given to me by my daughters. because of its sentimental value I did not want to through it away. After checking around, I took it to Jack. He not only repaired it back to its original condition, but did a set up so that it played and sounded better than before. If you have a damaged instrument or you want a set up, take it to Jack at JRS.”
“Jack is AWESOME!!! My Blues Deluxe has had issues since I’ve owned it, issues i dealt with. I was reluctant to take it in due to previous experiences with repair shops. After asking around Jack’s name kept popping up so I finally got it down to Jack. Jack is great to work with, and is very knowledgeable. Now my 20+year old amp is finally trouble free and sounds better than it ever has.”
“Thanks for the work you did on my ESP, the pickup combo sounds fantastic. The tone is way beyond my expectations. I was so used to that guitar sounding too “bitey” from the midrange-heavy actives that you swapped out. Thanks again Jack, the guitar sounds exactly how I wanted it to. It’s giving me a great rock crunch where the tone has balls but still maintains note definition. I wasn’t getting that from the actives, they were just overkill.