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by Chuck Van Dien 3. October 2015 20:23

For Sale: Sequential Circuits, Prophet 5, Rev 2, S/N: 737.

Contact: chuck@MusiciansEquipmentRepair.com

 

by Chuck Van Dien 6. December 2014 12:13


Some nice slide guitar work by "Delta Dave" and his band Lagoon Squad in a promo video created from footage of a concert they played for the Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society last August at the Sunrise Theater in Fort Pierce, FL.

 

Delta Dave and Lagoon Squad can be seen regularly on Sunday evenings at Crawdaddy's in Jensen Beach, FL. Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy memorable jazz and blues tunes while dining. Contact "Delta Dave" Anthony at (772) 229-2575 to book your next event.

 

If your band has video that you need edited and rendered into digital formats for uploading, contact me here at Musician's Equipment Repair or chuck@MusiciansEquipmentRepair.com.

 

-chuck

 

by Chuck Van Dien 22. November 2014 17:28


“Delta Dave” Anthony of Rappture contacted me regarding some HD video filmed of their band from a benefit gig they played for saxophonist Ron McCode at The Sailor’s Return last October -  Dave and I edited the master video into this short promotional spot.

 

Rappture is a talented trio of musicians (Cyndi Rapp, Dave Anthony, and Joe Gazzara) from Jensen Beach, Florida. These seasoned professionals play a wide range of jazz standards and pop classics for dinner/dances, parties, clubs and other functions. You can find out where they are playing next by visiting their web-site at http://www.rappture.com or contacting Dave at (772) 229-2575.

 

If your band has video that you need edited and rendered into digital formats for uploading, contact me here at Musician's Equipment Repair or chuck@MusiciansEquipmentRepair.com.

 

-chuck

 

by Chuck Van Dien 1. August 2014 08:00

 

 

Repairing electronic equipment for musicians is a passion I’ve shared for some time.

 

 

I specialize in the repair and maintenance of tube-type amplifiers, however I will also work on solid-state units. Depending on the model, tube amps are a bit more involved to maintain than solid state amps; tube biasing, filter-cap replacement, contact cleaning (because of age), and so on…

I also repair guitar effects pedals and some rack equipment (depends on the device) and pride myself on keeping the repair cost low by troubleshooting to the failing component rather than the whole board. It is simply more cost effective to replace a $2.00 component than a $200.00 board – and, yes, the labor is a bit more when searching for a bad component - but, in the end, it is less expensive overall.

Boutique service for an amp or a pedal is also available by request. I really enjoy meeting and exceeding your needs.

Contact me through this site, or chuck@MusiciansEquipmentRepair.com.

-chuck

 

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