What kind of things do you fix?

I fix recording equipment, stereo equipment, PA equipment, and electronic amps and instruments. This includes analog tape machines, mixers, mic preamps, eqs, compressors, some microphones, stereo receivers, turntables, radios, power amplifiers, powered speakers, passive speakers, guitar amps, bass amps, keyboard amps, electric piano’s and synths. Also other things.

Do you work on tube equipment?


Do you work on solid-state equipment?


Do you work on vintage gear?

Also yes.

Wow! What don’t you work on?

Car stereos. Please do not call me about car stereos.

Also cassette decks. Digital home theater systems. Digital audio interfaces. Anything worth less then $80 in resale value.

Can you fix my thing?

Maybe. I really have to take a look at it. I only work on stuff I can get service documentation for, so contact me with the make and model if you are unsure.

How much will it cost to fix my thing?

My rate is $80/hr + parts. I have a $40 minimum paid in advance as a deposit. The cost of labor and parts can vary widely from project to project. I cannot provide an estimate for a repair until I have examined it.

How long will it take to fix my thing?

I strive to get estimates out within a week. Once you give the go ahead I can typically do the work with in a week as well. If I have a backlog, I’ll let you know that it could be longer.

I need my thing sooner then that!

If you need your equipment done by a certain day, you can pay a $100 rush fee and jump to the top of my queue.

Can you modify my thing?

I’m happy to carry out a established mod on your equipment. I’m also happy to research what is out there for your piece. I am very hesitant to to create a new mod for you, as I can’t guarantee how it will turn out.

What are you hours?

All pickups and dropoffs are by appointment.

Your appointment times don’t work for me.

Shoot me an email and we can set up an appointment for you to come by outside of normal business hours.

I have another question.

Email me.