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HELP! I need a good Tech

Musicman

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I need a Marshall serviced in New Hampshire. I already asked Mark and he can't help. Can someone point me in the right direction?
 

Musicman

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Maybe I should take some classes I'd be in business. :wha
 

Musicman

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It's a 4010 that has a loud hum when the guitar isn't plugged in and a loose tube socket. I would like to have it checked out by a pro to fix it and give it a clean bill of health.
 

mailman4

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Not sure how far away in NH you are from Boston's North Shore, but my guitar tech in Beverly, MA has worked on my amps as well as Les Paul. You might give him a call. But he's in demand, so expect a wait. Good luck!
JC's Guitar shop (it's in the basement of his home)
(978) 927-3498
 

bnorm44

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I highly recommend JC's as well, He's worked on my jcm800 (4211) and all my guitars.

Paitence is must however, Usually a 5 to 6 week lead time. All my experience's have been worth the wait. He's great guy, and his prices are reasonable.
 

jrgtr42

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JC's is good...the shop I used to work at used him for amp repair. Also a bit further away in Pawtucket RI is Providence Music Service, they're pretty quick and do good work.
There used to be a gret tech in Milford, MA, but he moved off somewhere and I don't know where. A bit off, but most amp tecks I've met tend to be a bit strange...must be sniffing all the solder fumes all the time.
 
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