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New Features on Our Faster Website We have speeded our website and added new features for both retail and trade customers New features for everyone At the top of the…

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Egnator Rebel Combo Service Summary. Again worn valves but other less obvious issues to be addressed.

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  Vox AC30CC1 a simple fault to watch out for This Vox AC 30 model is a lightweight one speaker version and the speaker is a special light weight design. …

Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb 1966

Summary of this amp A lovely Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb 1966 came to us. It was extremely noisy and the reverb was crackling and popping. It was a USA 110…

Getting that Superb Fender Tone Blackface and Silverface Fender amps were renowned for their clean sounds which moved to nice gentle bluesy break up when pushed hard.   How did…

  A Marshall JPM 50 arrives in the workshop.  This blog covers this  Marshall JPM50 Re-Commission. This Marshall  JPM50 Amp is from the classic era of pre-1973 Marshall amps. It…

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Marshall JCM2000 DSL100 Hum after warmup fix   There are a couple of key problems with the Marshall DSL can TSL series printed circuit boards.  One is the drifting bias…

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Folks ask me about how to make a 100 watt amp less loud. They want the amp  “singing”  but they need to have the output valves starting to clip and…

180 Day warranty

180 day warranty on valves ! If you in North America substitute the word valves for tubes ! We have looked at many websites that sell valves/tubes and we found…

Recent Customer Reviews


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"Valves arrived really fast and well packed. Amp sounding better tan it has in years. Many thanks." FH Bought Sovtek ^5881/6L6WGC Matched reviewed 2 October 2021"

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"It is a very good product" M.A from Japan bought Marshall JCM200 DSL Stable Bias kit Reviewed 2 Oct 2021

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