Help: Mesa Boogie Tech

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Help: Mesa Boogie Tech

Postby smash » Mon Apr 16, 2018 2:42 pm

Hey Guys,

Need some help here.

I had some equipment in storage for a few months at mum's place. It was moved into a garage that flooded.
Nothing liquid physically touched any equipment, but I'm seeing a lot of surface corrosion on my gear.

Some things like my midi controller are now covered in rust, but I am mostly concerned about my amp, a TriAxis and Stereo simul 2:90

The cases look pretty clean, but there is some corrosion visible near the tube mounts.

I'm not game to even turn them on, can anyone recommend a Mesa Boogie tech in Sydney to assess them?

If they are really stuffed I will fly them to Mesa in the states myself, but I don't want to do that if not necessary.

Thanks in Advance!

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Re: Help: Mesa Boogie Tech

Postby smash » Wed Apr 18, 2018 6:02 pm

Anyone?

If not, is there a really epic Amp tech around?

I basically want to know if it is safe to turn on, or if it will risk further damage.

Thanks,

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Re: Help: Mesa Boogie Tech

Postby Chris H » Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:50 pm

Sherlock amps in Melbourne but as your from Nthn Beaches try these i found on the net

http://www.ozvalveamps.org/valvetechs.htm

or:
http://www.guitarfactory.net/pages/the- ... pairs.html
who recoment the tech's below.

Southside Electronics (Kingsgrove) - 1300 652 513 Click for website

Standard Ampworks (Ryde) - 0438 459 867 Click for website

Earthling Designs (Darlinghurst) - 0438 536 407 Click for website
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Re: Help: Mesa Boogie Tech

Postby Milo » Thu Apr 19, 2018 11:32 am

Tim Mason, the guru of all things valvish:

Woodford, Blue Mountains 4758 8351 0424 511 009

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