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    Assembly

    Learn how to put your steel together, take it out of the case, set it up, then put it all back
    Put It Together
    Put it together

    How to easily put all the parts together and prepare the guitar for removal from the case. Click the image at left to begin this tutorial.

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    Set It Up
    Set It Up

    How to remove your guitar from its case and set it on the floor (so there is less strain on your back) :) Click the image at left to begin this tutorial.

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    Put It Back
    Put it back in the case

    How to flip your guitar over and return it to its case after you've finished playing. Click the image at left to begin this tutorial.

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    Take It Apart
    Take it apart

    How to flip your guitar over and return it to it's case after you've finished playing. Click the image at left to begin this tutorial.

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    Packing
    Pack it for shipping

    Here are some tips and tricks for packing your steel before shipping it for repairs, to a buyer, etc.

    When you pack your guitar for shipping you should try to minimize to possibility of loss or damage. Here are some tips we have found to be useful:

    • Insure the steel guitar for its full replacement value.
    • Require a signature and return receipt upon delivery.
    • Reinforce the divider board as shown above with shipping blocks. (You can make them from a 2" x 4" piece of lumber.)
    • Make sure that the steel cannot move side-to-side nor forward and backward in the case. You can use a few SOFT rags to brace the guitar in the case.
    • Make sure that the steel's case cannot move side-to-side nor forward and backward in the box. You can use newspaper to brace the case in the box.
    • Cross off any old shipping labels when reusing packaging.
    • Use a marker to put 1 or 2 thin lines through the return address.
    • Use CLEAR Tape to cover all labels so they won't come off the box.
    • Keep all shipping records until you can verify that the steel has been received undamaged by the correct person(s).
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