Okay so I relented and worked on an amp with not one single lonely valve/ tube inside. Time to fix a Trace Elliot GP7SM bass amp. I will have therapy…

A Peavey Classic 30 Restoration was undertaken.  Initially it was taken in for just a repair. It had sat in a garage for many years.  There was rust on the…

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An ART Pro MPA II Tube Microphone Amplifier arrived for repair.¬† This two channel unit uses two 12AX7 valves. They are made in China.¬† The fault was blowing mains fuses….

We were asked to have a look at an Ampeg B200R bass amp. ¬†This is a Chinese built amp and is known to have a few challenges. Faults include badly…

Orange Rockverb Amp Repair

Over the weekend I had the pleasure of ¬†doing a quick service on and Orange Rockerverb MkIII. ¬†The amp is just coming up on two years old and gigged at…

This is essentially a solid state amp so before I get shot down in flames, my defence is that there is one valve in this amp which is there to…

The Fault A nice Tone King Imperial Mk1 ¬†( http://www.toneking.com¬†)arrived with a strange fault. When you turned up the reverb control there was this horrible buzzing sound which increased as…

A two rock Gainmaster 35 arrived for a service. It is manufactured by the Premier Builders Guild LLC. ¬†A fancy name! The amps are made in California and are around…

A Laney VH100R amp head came in for a service. ¬†While “nothing” was wrong with it, the owner decided just to have its health checked out. This is a really…

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