Good afternoon everyone! Here’s a Harley Benton A/E that was on the bench for a setup. This guitar belongs to Mr. Chris Rainwater. The action was terribly high when he first dropped it off. I noticed right off the bat that the truss rod was in desperate need of adjustment. After getting the neck straight I removed the old strings and cleaned the guitar thoroughly using Music Nomad products throughout. After the cleaning I removed around 4/64” worth of material off the bottom of the saddle to adjust the action. After reinstalling the saddle I installed a new set of Elixir Nanoweb Phosphor Bronze Light 12-53 strings and tuned up to pitch. After the repair the action is sitting at a much more comfortable height of 7/64” on the low E and 5/64” on the high E at the 12th fret. I’m sure Mr. Rainwater will be excited to have his guitar back playing its best!