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Guitar Amp Repair

Discussion in 'Amp Building/Technical/Repair' started by Ronald60, Jan 11, 2020.

  1. Ronald60

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    Guitar Amp repair
     
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    What do you need fixed?
     
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    There is a guy in Hamilton who is pretty good. His name is Chris.
     
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    The importance of first impressions.
     
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    Can sometimes be borne out by use of stock photo avatars.
     
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    When I was a kid I had an electric guitar and an amplifier. The amplifier stopped working one day. Some guy was there, and he decided to try to repair it. I think he tried pretty hard for a couple of hours or maybe even a week. I thought I saw him before. He had a moustache. I think we called him "dad". I don't know if he ever got that amplifier working again...

    Some memories just seem to stick with you forever.
     
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    Use your tongue to test current.
     
  13. Doug Gifford

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    Works for 9 volt batteries, so why not caps and power supplies?
     
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    I am thinking power transformers.
     
  15. Dorian2

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    CAPS
     
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