Guitar & Amp Repairs In Brighton

For anyone living in the Brighton environs looking for a top notch guitar repairer and builder, a good friend of mine and exellcent guitar tech Nathan has now finally got his workshop up and running.

I’m also now doing guitar amp repairs at Nathan’s workshop.

Nathan can be contacted on 07578 916284 ‎.

His work shop is at 50 Brunswick St, Brighton, BN3 1EL (right next to Brighton Institute of Modern Music).

 

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7 Comments

  1. Al
    Posted October 10, 2013 at 11:14 | Permalink

    Hi
    I’m looking for some tech support – possible mending – for a pair of headset radio mics. I use them for a show – two people at the same time – and my one ALWAYS goes wrong! May be interference? Something I’m doing?
    Is this something I could bring in to have a look at?
    Thanks,
    Al

  2. Mark
    Posted October 31, 2013 at 23:25 | Permalink

    Hi, do you do effects installation? I bought a Fernandes Sustainer FSK 101 earlier, could you install it on my guitar? and roughly how much will it cost?

  3. Posted November 11, 2013 at 20:54 | Permalink

    I don’t work on guitars.

    Try:

    http://jacksguitars.co.uk/

  4. Posted November 11, 2013 at 20:56 | Permalink

    I don’t repair microphones.

    Frank

  5. seth
    Posted November 17, 2013 at 21:50 | Permalink

    Hey

    A few issues i have with my (planned guitar amp set up) firstly i have a Marshall JMP-1 and a mesa boogie studio pre, they run into a duel Marshall duel amp into a 4 X12 cab.
    I have been trying to run the JMP-1 through the loop i/o on the mesa and used the switch i have that works changing the clean/crunch channels, but its not working (i basically want to use the JMP-1 as a fx pedal)

    also i use a DS-1 and 2 modulations fx. I was wondering if it would be possible to build a 8 channel switching block (with stomp switches and led)
    1 would change the clean/lead on mesa
    2 would engage the JMP-1 loop on the mesa
    3 to turn on/off the DS-1 (which would be permanently on)
    4-7 would be the 4 channels on the JMP-1 (this cable is a pin connector)
    8 fx (polychorus and small clone) on/off (which would be permanently on)
    it would also be good for all the leads out to be in a in a detachable loom

    i am not sure how the guitar signal would work, i plan to go into a EH switch so the tuner comes out of that and the second switch would essentially mute the signal, but from there…. i have no idea

    would this be possible?

    thanks

    Seth

  6. Joe
    Posted June 29, 2014 at 17:11 | Permalink

    Hi, I have a sick Peavey PV1500 PA amp, and was wondering whether this was something you could fix for me, if you are still doing repairs in Brighton. If not, would you know of anyone else in the area that might take on PA amp repairs? Thanks, Joe

  7. Posted June 30, 2014 at 22:15 | Permalink

    I’m still doing repairs in Brighton and can have a look at your amp. Please get in touch via the contact page.

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