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Discussion in 'Amps/Cabs Tech Corner: Amplifier, Cab & Speakers' started by noctilux1, Dec 20, 2005.
Anyone know any good amp tech's in Northern VA??
Dunno if it is still the same guy(s) turning wrenches there, but Chuck Levins downtown was always reliable
Thank's Wakarusa. If I had newer gear that needed work, Chuck's would work. I would not want to take some real old gear in there and have it sit around.
Brian is a friend, EE, and amp designer/builder. I'd leave any of my amps with him, and have many times. We've built/tweaked a couple and I have nothing but respect.
PM him from here; he's a member. Be sure to tell him I pointed you in his direction.
Slick51- Thank's for your help. I will contact him after New Years. Reston is perfect.
Glad to help. Also, Mike at KCA in Sterling has a great rep (Blue Strat here I think?) if Brian's tied up... I'd help you too, but I moved outta Lake Ridge in Nov, back to NC.
I'm in Sterling. What amp is it?
I tried to email you back in November sometime and my email bounced back to me. Obviously you're back online though. I finished up that MTS I was working on, I wanted to discuss it with you. It didn't turn out as well as I had hoped.
Sorry to hi-jack this thread, I'll duck out of here now!
Send a PM here or to the mails in your netzero inbox.
Glad to reconnect! Retired after 25 yrs in USAF, chilling in the mountains of NC
Thanks Ben, all your household goods make it down okay? :BEER
noctilux1, I'd be happy to tweak or fix your amp if you like. Drop me a PM. I've touched an iron to just about every amp out there.
Just wanted to thank you all for the BK-Amps (Brian) suggestion. He worked on my Park, perfect. Also worked on my old MXR pedal from the early '70's. Great Guy, Great Work!