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id like to recommend chris at ambertron electronics in bingley, west yorkshire
hes a propper old school amp tech been doing it donkeys years!
he swapped out a speaker on my blues junior and set the voltage from the european 230v to the uks 240v all for the pricely sum of twenty quid! fantastic swervice!
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Yeah i have to confirm that chris knows his stuff and is very keenly priced. I bought a Mesa mark 5 from the USA and he swapped out the 110v tranny for a 240v (I supplied) for £40! Just don't try and ring him out of hours, he doesn't appreciate that!!
May be selling some gear - some but not all - Yamaha SG400 / Overwater Custom / Agile AL3100 Custom
Next time I have an amp that needs fixing I'll go back to driving an hour each way to see John Chambers in Nottingham rather than the 5 minutes to blueberry pie, when he fixes them they work well afterwards....
Winners are not people who never fail.
Winners are people who never quit.
How about Mac's in Herne Bay - could be worth a call to see who they use?
Other than that there is County Music and Hobgoblin Music in Canterbury but I can't recall any music shops in Thanet...do you have any over that way?!
In the words of Bootsy --- 'If it ain't on the one then it ain't no fun !'
www.skatonics.co.uk - for all your Ska/2Tone needs.....
There's one in Broadstairs, bugger-all in Margate, nothing around here. I know Mac from Herne Bay, used to have a band called Mac's Diner, but he's retired now. I'll try the Faversham guys, see what they do, so thanks. I haven't got a problem right now, but it's handy to know a good tech.
Have to recommend Greg at Guitar Aid (www.GuitarAid.co.uk) in East Putney, just about 5 minutes walk from East Putney tube station, fixed my HT1R and whilst it was a straight-forward job he had done it within 48 hours and only charged me a minimal fee. Really nice guy!
Have never used him before but have heard alot Roger Kenyon, in West London, can't remember which part, Uxbridge or something. Supposed to be really good and a Marshall Specialist. My guitar tech recommended him so he must be alright!