Set-up, Maintenance, & Electronics Q&A for Guitars and Basses

Anthony Wellington gets many questions from students about set-up, maintenance and electronics!  

Questions about string height, neck curve, when and how to change strings, cleaning, what’s a DYI task and what really should be done by a pro, what tools should go to the gig and what tools should be on hand at home, pot problems, battery wires, jack issues, finish, woodworking…, just to name a few!

So, we decided to enlist 3 of his favorite luthiers to help answer those questions and whatever you bring to the table.  Or should I say “workbench”? 

  • Scott Tucker, PST Guitars
  • Scott Sterling,  Lea Bass
  • Andrew McSpadden,  McSpadden Guitars 

These luthiers are local to Anthony in Southern Maryland and have all done great work on his guitars and basses. And, they’re cool dudes! 

We are going to have a “round table” that is really a “ ‘round the workbench” clinic.  

The idea is to pick their brains and find out what they do the same and what they do differently.  We want students to send questions ahead of time and ask questions impromptu during the clinic.  

The luthiers will have instruments ready and on the bench to demo what they’re talking about, too.

This is gonna be a cool hang, and we can’t wait!

Details

Dates & Times

Monday, January 25, 2021 at 3:30 pm EST (GMT-5 aka “New York Time”)

Enroll

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Price

US $22

Deadline to Enroll

The deadline for signing up for this clinic is Sunday, January 24, 2021 at 10:00 pm EST (GMT-5 aka “New York Time”).

Things to Consider Before Enrolling

Here’s a link to a page that gives you some things to consider before enrolling.  We recommend that you read this, especially if you haven’t been to one of our clinics before.  It’s important that you understand that Bassology is a school and we teach a curriculum.  We also have a lot of laughs and fun!  As Anthony always says, “I don’t take myself seriously, but I do take what I do seriously!”

http://www.bassologyaroundtheworld.com/consider-before-enrolling/

Welcome Letter

Welcome Letter are sent from bassologyaroundtheworld@gmail.com by 10:30 am EST on Monday, January 25, 2021.  The Welcome Email will have the login and password for the clinic and will go to the email address you use for PayPal.

You should save bassologyaroundtheworld@gmail.com to your contacts for the email you use for PayPal.  If you don’t, you risk having your Welcome Letter going to your junk or promotions folder.

On Time is Late

Please note on your calendar that we begin roll call 15 minutes before start time and that the virtual room is locked promptly at start time.  If you are late, you will not be able to get into the virtual room.  Our clinics “begin at the beginning” and quickly build upon a solid foundation.  You simply cannot miss even 5 minutes of Anthony’s teaching.  Don’t be late!

“On Time is Late” is a foundational principal of Anthony Wellington’s life and he aims to instill this value in all of his students.

Who to Contact with Questions

Please email Tamatha at bassologyaroundtheworld@gmail.com with questions.  Please respect Anthony’s teaching time by directing your questions to Tamatha (not Anthony).  Thank you!

We are always happy to hear from you!  Tamatha answers questions so Anthony is free to do what he does best:  teach!  🙂

Email Tamatha:  bassologyaroundtheworld@gmail.com

Set-up, Maintenance, & Electronics Q&A

Monday,
January 25, 2021

Enroll 3:30 pm EST
(GMT-5)

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