long island amp tech

89strat

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A couple of questions;

I'm thinking about modding my DRRI so that both channels will work with reverb. I like how my acoustic guitar sounds through the input 2 of my normal channel, but would like reverb there. This way, during a gig, I'll have my acoustic guitar on one channel and my electric guitars and pedalboard on the other channel.

Does this make sense?
Is this worth doing?
Any trustworthy amp techs that you know would do this?
 

CATSCANMAN

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Davidson Electronics in Plainview. Great guys and they are excellent at what they do.Have used them a couple of times.
 

riefil

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+1 on Davidsons. The couple of times I've used them, they delivered sooner than the time frame they gave me. Reasonable rates as well.
 

es137p

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yup on both, I use Richie Johnson, New York Music Repair, he's in Bohemia. I've been using him since the 80's, we're both old geezers. I hear good things about Davidsons as well.
 
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Fusionshred

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Richie used to be in Huntington on 110, right? He did some work on a Koch I had a while back. Great guy and very knowledgeable.
 






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