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Hi, does anybody here from the Peterborough area know of any good amp techs in the Peterborough area. I desperately need to have my Ampeg overhauled. :thanks5qx:
 

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Right now I would accept any info. The amp is sweet sounding but the noise is not right. I reallt like this amp and would like to get it performing the way it should. Thanks. :thanks5qx:
 

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hey PaulS...
I just noticed yesterday there was a mesa boogie authorized repair guy
in sebright..ont..
near casino rama....
Tube Amp Technologies 1184 Concession Road D-E (near Casinorama) Sebright ON L0K1W0 (705) 833-1234

I can not vouch for their service yet....but will probably check them out soon

My wife and kids are getting me a mesa for a birthday gift....yaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

good luck with your amp..

Auger
 

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I found a guy in Peterborough came well recommended from a good friend. I thought he had packed it in but he just closed up his own shop and now works part time out of Hank to Hendrix shop. Problem with amp and noise was found to be output transformer. I also found out that Uptown Music in Peterborough is an Ampeg dealer so parts can be had without going out of town. Thanks for all tips, references etc. :wave:
 

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Paul, can I ask what model is your ampeg?

I'm curious because I have a '63 Reverbrocket and the noise is getting unbearable. I'd be interested to know what repairs had to be done to yours...
 

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Paul, can I ask what model is your ampeg?

I'm curious because I have a '63 Reverbrocket and the noise is getting unbearable. I'd be interested to know what repairs had to be done to yours...
Well it is a SJ-12R, and the noise problem came from the output transformer. The noise was a real low freq hum and after I think about it, it makes sense as to where the problem was.
 

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PaulS said:
I found a guy in Peterborough came well recommended from a good friend. I thought he had packed it in but he just closed up his own shop and now works part time out of Hank to Hendrix shop. Problem with amp and noise was found to be output transformer. I also found out that Uptown Music in Peterborough is an Ampeg dealer so parts can be had without going out of town. Thanks for all tips, references etc. :wave:

You talkin` bout Tony??? How can I get hold of him?? He was awesome. He has worked on every one of my amps, and I am nothing but satisfied with his work.

CT.
 

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Yea the one and only good one in Peterborough. I can get you the number for Hank to Hendrix if you'd like or the next time I'm at Dennis's I can get you his home number.
 
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