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p2pAmps


Restoration and Custom Amplifier Service

My amp restoration philosophy is simple: do it right, use the highest quality parts available, bench test the amp, listen to the amp and then listen again. The ears don't lie! I take a great deal of pride in restoring Fender amps back to their original condition or adding mods, right down to using yellow and green cloth covered wire, exact fit tube sockets and if needed, the best new production transformers available. I completely extract old solder filled eyelets, scrape the eyelet or joint clean, trim new component leads and apply good 60/40 solder. So if you're searching for some 1st class restoration work for your amp or a custom build, drop me an e-mail.

 
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What we do


The minimum requirement for electrical restoration itemized below, will produce a safe and quiet tube amp regaining that great tube tone.

*Clean chassis for oils and crud.
*Clean and lube all pots, jacks and switches.
*Tighten all nuts, screws and tube socket pins.
*Install a 3-prong power cord and remove death cap.
*Replace all power supply filtering, bias and cathode electrolytic caps.
*To eliminate any snap/crackle/pop noises, replace pre-amp plate resistors.
*Replace output tube screen and control grid resistors.
*Re-tube with a fresh set of preamp and power tubes.

 *Set bias, test, play, burn-in and play again and then play some more, re-check bias and ship back.

What we do


The minimum requirement for electrical restoration itemized below, will produce a safe and quiet tube amp regaining that great tube tone.

*Clean chassis for oils and crud.
*Clean and lube all pots, jacks and switches.
*Tighten all nuts, screws and tube socket pins.
*Install a 3-prong power cord and remove death cap.
*Replace all power supply filtering, bias and cathode electrolytic caps.
*To eliminate any snap/crackle/pop noises, replace pre-amp plate resistors.
*Replace output tube screen and control grid resistors.
*Re-tube with a fresh set of preamp and power tubes.

 *Set bias, test, play, burn-in and play again and then play some more, re-check bias and ship back.