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Austin, Texas tube amp repair gurus

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by texasgreg, Apr 11, 2011.

  1. texasgreg

    texasgreg

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    Would appreciate some current information regarding who is a good tube amp guru, particularly one who works on old Fenders.

    Thanks and if you've got contact info, I appreciate it!
  2. coreyfyfe

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  3. mrresistor

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    Their are a few really good repair techs here in Austin. I am proud to include my self among them at Mr.Resistor. Amp Repair at 1618 Nash Ave. #102 78704
    512-552-5687
  4. will33

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    I've heard good things about Mr. Resistor, but have never used him personally. Jon Bessent was my amp guy here ( R.I.P. :bawl: ). I don't know where/who to take stuff to now. Pretty much learning how to fix my own stuff as a result. I'm sure a lot of these other guys around town know their stuff, they're just not Jon.....:meh:

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