Alan’s right, most of this is easy and a good thing to be able to adjust as you travel to play. I’ve heard good things about Danny D’s Guitar Hacienda in League City (a little south down I-45), though they were several months backed up when I spoke to them about a refret Nov-Dec of last year. Not sure who else is available. Used to be a bunch, but they’ve dwindled over the years.If you're talking routine-type maintenance - truss rod adjustments, setting intonation, that kind of thing - you'll be far better served to learn to do them yourself. They're not difficult, but they can be a tad intimidating. The big key is very small adjustments. Very small. And patience. The TWO big keys are very small adjustments and patience. And not being afraid of research. The THREE big keys...
Let me start again. There are lots of good tutorials and articles about how to do this stuff. The big keys are to make small adjustments - especially w/the truss rod - and be patient. An eighth to a quarter turn at a time is plenty. Those couple skills should take care of the bulk of your maintenance.
If you're talking routine-type maintenance - truss rod adjustments, setting intonation, that kind of thing
Danny D’s Guitar Hacienda in League City
Yeah that's all I'm really thinking about at the moment I've certainly been considering taking a do-it-myself approach. Just when I start reading the some of the baseline factory specs, I'm not sure I have the eyesight to read those tiny measurements! There are a couple of specific things I'm noticing beyond just "action is a little high for my taste". A bit of tuning instability in the B and high E, a bit of a buzz on the A and D on the 5th and 7th frets, and playing in Rocksmith about 50% of the D string notes don't register (but I can hear all the "missed" notes just fine to my naked ear or plugged into my practice amp).