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Local Guitar amplifier technician near me – Harlow Essex

Local Guitar amplifier technician near me – Harlow Essex

Musical Electronics Repair, From Amps to Pianos

Why we're liked and recommended!

Easy Booking System

Book an appointment using our interactive booking system. No wasted appointments. Late evenings available.

Free Parking & Easy Unload

Our commercial workshop has ample free parking and you can offload direct to the door. No steps or long walks!

Online Repair Ticket

Up to the minute repair status updates and questions answered fast. Direct from the workshop

 

Fast Quality Repairs

With a large stock of parts, and recognised by many manufacturers means we can repair on only a few days, even same day!

Local Guitar amplifier technician near me – Harlow Essex

Yamaha authorised repair service centre for pianos and synths. We regularly see Korg’s and Roland Stage and Home pianos for repair, fixing sticky keys.

Electric Pianos & Synths

Specialist repairer for solid state and vintage tube valve amplifiers.  Repairing both valve guitar amps and fixing all forms of Bass amp rigs

guitar & Bass amplifiers

Active and passive speaker repairs, powered and passive mixing desks. As well as repairs and fixing to most DJ kit 1210’s outboard rack equipment.

Mixers, speakers, DJ Kit

About me as an electronics repairer and technician

Hi I’m Chris, owner of Sickamps.  I am the key person who carries out all repairs in the workshop.  Sound engineer and project manager for exhibitions and other live events.  I keep my toes dipped in live festivals and the music scene however more often than not you can find me repairing old valve amps and fighting with electric pianos! 

 

A previous Industrial life.

An ex industrial electrician licensed at one point of switching HV switchboard distribution units. I then proceeded into industrial electronics design, fabrication and repairs.  Taking elements of PLC and inverter control technology and redesigning it into something better designed and more reliable.  I designed and built a ratio counter divider controller that was running for several years.  It was in charge of controlling a machine that made up to 180 beer bottles a minute, comprising interfacing to existing equipment running under a bus of Binary Coded Decimal, using PIC microcontrollers and running of PROTON PIC BASIC.  The system had to divide down a ‘bottles per minute’ to a ratio for all the inverters to sync to and involved many floating point maths calculations.

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