I love old tube amps. If you dig them as much as I do, this blog is for you. Guitar, Hi Fi, recording gear, nothing beats the warmth and character of this antiquated technology. Shared here are tips to keep your much loved old amps in good shape, and tips how to improve your new gear. Have a comment or suggestion? Leave it here! Thanks for reading!
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Testimonial from Henry Grimes
The other day I had the honor of working on a bass amp for Henry Grimes. He is one of my heroes. Nice to have him over and his lovely wife Margaret over for tea and soldering! Here is what he had to say:
Jef at Leighton Tube Amplifier Service fixed my Gallien-Krueger bass amp for me! He is a beautiful, wonderful guy, and he fixed the amp and charged us very little money and let us watch him as he worked attentively and sensitively and patiently, concentrating hard on sound and touch. Twice he closed up the amp case, satisfied with what he had done, but then thought of something else he should check and opened it up again and worked some more. We recommend him to the skies! Jef Brown, Leighton Tube Amplifier Service, Williamsburg section of Brooklyn near the river.