“Total Guitar Setup”

is the only setup guide you'll ever need

for acoustic, electric and bass guitars


Are you frustrated with how your guitar plays?

Are you tired of extraneous fret buzz?

Is poor intonation ruining your delivery?

Total Guitar Setup Help is on the way!


Maybe you don't need a new instrument, but an overhaul of your guitar's setup.  Rather than spending hundreds, if not thousands of dollars on a new rig, I can show you how to wring out the best sonic quality from what you already own in my step-by-step guide, Total Guitar Setup.


Uncle Randy here.  Since the mid-sixties, I've been playing guitar and bass professionally.  Because I could never afford a guitar tech to establish and maintain my treasured instruments, I was forced to learn the secrets of keeping my guitars in top playing condition, regardless of temperature, humidity or location.  You know what I'm talking about — those emergency situations on the road.


And now I'm going to share everything I've learned over the years with you in my new guide,

Total Guitar Setup


Yes, anyone with basic hand tools and minimal mechanical abilities can finally put their guitar or bass in the best playing condition and keep it there.  By following my steps, in order, you'll find your guitar, whether it's an acoustic, electric or bass, a real joy to play.


You'll also find Total Guitar Setup to be an invaluable resource when purchasing a new guitar or bass.  You'll feel confident by knowing exactly what to look for in a new instrument, and you'll avoid buying a lemon.  Believe me, not all new guitars are setup properly (or even manufactured correctly) in the factory!


Here's a brief run-down of what you'll find covered in my 100+ page Total Guitar Setup guide:


  complete listing & description of the basic hand tools required

  how to check the neck for straightness

  how to adjust the truss rod and climate considerations

  how to adjust string height

  how to adjust your guitar's intonation “sweet spot”

  how to adjust your whammy bar

  how to adjust your pickups

  tuning peg adjustments

  “string theory” — choosing the right type, re-stringing the right way

  picks — different types and finding your preference

  speakers and cabinets, mono and stereo setups

  cable and strap considerations


So what will Total Guitar Setup run you?

Not $97 – not $47 – not even $17.

I am offering my first edition of Total Guitar Setup

for just $9.89!

My love for the instrument and the joy I've received from playing the guitar is what's really motivating me to get this information into the hands of those that can benefit the most from it.  The price for Total Guitar Setup is merely to offset some of the costs incurred to develop and maintain this site and frankly, help pay some of my bills now that I'm retired and on a fixed income.

What Others are Saying about Total Guitar Setup

Here's how a respected guitarist from Connecticut reacted, after reviewing an advance, pre-publication copy of Total Guitar Setup:

Now It's Your Turn to Choose to Either Kick the Tires or
Secure Your Copy of the First Edition of

 Total Guitar Setup


I honestly don't blame you if you're skeptical of my low priced offer.  So if you're inclined to sit on the fence, rather than pay $9.89 and trust that I'm offering you a tremendous value, I'll send you a complete chapter that covers the hand tools required when setting up your guitar for your free, no-obligation examination.  Then decide.

But on the other hand, if you're ready to grab your copy of the complete first edition of Total Guitar Setup right now, send me an email:  support “at” totalguitarsetup “dot” com

Once we receive your request, we'll send you a PayPal address to send your funds to, and once we receive your payment, we'll send you a full copy of Total Guitar Setup.

I hope to see you on the inside!

Warmest regards,

Total Guitar Setup

P.S. While you're here, be sure to check out my Music Sampler for some outtakes of my songs!