Many times we can't give you a definite quote until we get to see the guitar, but here are some examples of our basic prices:
Random words of wisdom
To achieve bright and crisp tone from your acoustic, make sure that your guitar is outfitted with a bone saddle and nut. Most acoustics come with plastic/composite nuts and don't do your tone justice.
Never store your guitars close to a heater- they will dry out and might crack. The set up will change significantly.
Thinking of scalloping your fingerboard? Consider having tall frets installed- it will give you a similar effect of least contact between finger and fingerboard which slows down those that desire to achieve highest "shredding" speed.
Do you experience that your strings turn black/rusty as soon as you play them? Some players have a finger sweat chemistry that does not jive with the string materials and as a result, strings look dirty and sound dull after even one day of playing. If you have that issue, consider switching to a coated string. You will sacrifice a little bit of tone (it won't be as crisp as a brand new set of strings, although some companies out there are starting to come out with better and better coatings), but your strings will last you a lot longer, sounding pretty good.