A list of synth repair places

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A list of synth repair places

Post by bendragon » Fri Oct 26, 2012 9:35 pm

This was an idea I had for a sticky topic on the help forum. I spent a good half a day constantly on the phone to everyone in my area looking for a place to get two of my synthesizers repaired.

Electronics centres that will actually accept synthesizers (especially vintage) as well as dedicated music shops that do repairs on electronic instruments are becoming scarce. I think making a nice list of them for people to search through would be a very useful thing to have! :)

I'll start off with the two I know in my area and see if it gains traction or is just closed instantly.

Vamps Music and Computing
4-5 Emmerson Terrace, Washington
Tyne and Wear,
NE38 7LN
0191 416 2385
Will do repairs on all electronic audio equipment including amplifiers, mixers, digital and analogue synthesizers and stereos.

JG Windows
3 Shops in the North East of England but all repairs are done at the Newcastle store.
Central Arcade, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne,
United Kingdom
0191 232 1356
Will do pretty much everything from analogue synthesizers to woodwind.

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Re: A list of synth repair places

Post by Ashe37 » Sat Oct 27, 2012 10:22 am

that would be a duplication of this thread

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