Back to Fender Rhodes Restorations

  • A total restoration of the harp was the only answer
  • All the keys are removed, inspected, rebushed and the caps polished
  • Assembling the resonators to the harp
  • Every single part will be stripped and restored or replaced
  • Bass section before the restoration
  • Keybed inspected and cleaned
  • Top section before restoration
  • Harp with the corrosion showing through
  • Grooved hammer tips
  • Mid section before restoration
  • It's not just cosmetic it sounded crap
  • Keys are removed all pins corrected and keybed inspected
  • Never seen the light of day
  • New hammer tips are needed and the rest will be replated
  • On the bench
  • Removed, replated or replaced
  • Restored Stereo 88 and the 73 during restoration
  • Action restored
  • Restored harp
  • Restored harp in reflection
  • Restored harp ready for inspection prior to adjustment
  • Restored pickup and resonator rails redrilled restored
  • Harp corrected, restored ready for adjustment
  • We have seen worse
  • Restored harp
  • Top end severe corrosion and degrading gromits
  • The customer loved his Rhodes so he requested a complete mec
  • The harp was set wrong at the factory the customer said
  • Ready for the customer