Local electronics repairs
We tend to look at musical electronics such as guitar amps, keyboards mixers and speakers like vehicles. Occasionally they have a hiccup and you need to take them to the garage to be repaired, generally as quickly as possible to avoid problems in arranging time out or temporary cover. The only difference is that the replacement parts network isn't as good as vehicles! Our workshop keeps a fair stock of all common valves and bases, transistors resistors and other passive components including popular repair items jack sockets and pots.
Our fully equipped workshop in Harlow on the Roydon side of the town offers great links to the M11 and A414, for easy access to London, Cambridge Hatfield and Southend. We have CCTV and are based on a secure compound offering a safe place to have your guitar amplifier repaired. Where possible we always use original equipment manufacture (OEM) parts to carry out repairs. We do not reference to forums or 'my mate says' as we believe that the manufactures hold the best information on how their amplifier works. Where schematics are not available we use our technical judgement to make logical decisions and choices through years of electronics tinkering.
All repairs come with a 3 month quibble free warranty against the fault(Conditions of repair). We take emergency bookings for when it all goes wrong as well as planned servicing. For schools we offer account options (please see the education section in the services menu) and for people coming off the street we offer cash and all leading credit and debit card payments with a invoice and workshop report upon repair.
All of our repairs are carried out to a high standard and are fully tested and stressed after everything is back together. For peace of mind we offer a 3 month warranty on the bench time for the original fault, this excludes valves and loudspeaker replacement as we class these as wear and tear. Repairs are carried out using the same size and specifications as laid out by the manufacture to ensure original compatibility. We've often had people saying that they've read on a forum about changing values of components to change sound and amplifier characteristics - we would need to investigate this prior and ensure it is correct to do so as we have had some enquirers which would render the customer's amplifier useless and beyond repair had we have carried out their request from seeing a post on a forum.