Desert Amplifier Repair is proud to offer service for all OEM Trainwreck Circuits amplifiers.
Mesa Boogie Mark III head from the 1980’s. These Amplifiers are renowned for being incredible studio amplifiers.
This Fender 1965 Bandmaster amplifier was completely gone through before going to a studio.
This 40+ year old example of the Silverface era of CBS Fender came into the shop with a reverb and vibrato issue.
Changing the stock fixed bias, found in many amplifiers, to an adjustable fixed bias has several potential benefits.
The JCM900 SLX signifies Marshalls last evolution of the JCM800 Master Lead Series Amplifiers.
The Music Man amplifiers are an interesting blending of solid state and vacuum tube technology.
A collection of amplifiers that have recently crossed the bench.
The early versions of the JCM2000 were prone to an issue that has been coined the “bias drift” issue. It’s been discussed at length on countless fan forums and since around mid-2004 the issue was resolved in manufacturing by Marshall.
Desert Amplifier Repair Specializes in Ampeg V4 Service and Restoration, with dozens of V series amplifiers having been on the bench.