Good to hear. Jeff is a good guy. He has nothing to do with Budda now, but he seems to still support the amps if he can.
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Yeah, I had him sign mine since it's a Pre-Peavey.Good to hear. Jeff is a good guy. He has nothing to do with Budda now, but he seems to still support the amps if he can.
Cool! Jeff will give out advise on tubes he prefers, help with the schematics of the Budda's if you ask, he just seems like a helpful guy. Glad to hear he's making some money on it as well.Yeah, I had him sign mine since it's a Pre-Peavey.
I wouldn't have asked if it was a current Peavey model.
His amp repair business is still going strong.
Shipping the chassis (with no tubes) was only about $15 bucks.
It's worth it to know that one of the best amp guys out there is doing the work.
Apparently he'll work on any brand: http://www.jeffbober.com/
If it's anything like my "vintage" Twinmaster, you're going to love the reactive compression the High Gain input has when cranked with a Les Paul! Nothing else like it!I went with a Twinmaster. Haven't gigged or rehearsed it yet....but I'm digging it so far! The high gain channel will be good in the studio but I imagine I'll live on the low gain input and use my pedalboard for a few extra sounds.
Thanks for the recommendations
He's in Pasadena MD.That is too cool! I went down to Jeff's shop once waaay back in the day when he was outside of Baltimore to service my Verbmaster. Where is he now?
Yeah I can tell the hi gain channel is rocking....haven't had a chance to really crank it....also can tell the speaker needs a little mileage on it to break in. It's a little hissy but I'm sure that comes with the circuit..it's running really hot even on the low gain channel.If it's anything like my "vintage" Twinmaster, you're going to love the reactive compression the High Gain input has when cranked with a Les Paul! Nothing else like it!