Pro Audio Repair & Recording
Stone Hound Sound is proud to announce we are an official authorized service center for Fender Music Instrument Corporation!
Need your guitar amp fixed? Jim Breau and StoneHound Sound are officially up and running for repairs. Same phone number, same location. Non-warranty service only at the moment, but that will change with time. 816 600 7599 Please pass this along. Jim has worked with me for the last couple of years and I have given him a good grounding in the skills needed to effectively repair electronic equipment. (I taught electronics for 17 years.) I am confident that he will be a great resource for supporting your needs for repair in the future. https://www.facebook.com/StoneHound/ Stonehoundsound.com ... See more
Hey everyone, We are currently accepting new repairs. You can expect a short turn around this time of year. Have a malfunctioning guitar amp, bass amp, keyboard or PA equipment? Give us a call! (816) 600-7599 ... See more
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How many numbers can you count with one hand??
Customer brought in an old Standel amp. The unit has a non-functioning vibrato unit. Upon inspection the oscillator portion of the circuit is okay but we are having to custom build the output section to replace the dead one hidden in the little red tray. We have vibrato now. 🙂 ... See more
We’re officially open. Got broken amps, keyboards or PA equipment? Give us a call! (816) 600-7599 or make an appointment at stonehoundsound.com
Not the first time I've found unsoldered points in an amp. Manifested as break up at high volumes.
First step to the next video. Thanks Stone Hound Sound. If you or your company have an interest in being a part of the next video please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a new poem to most, but a favorite of those who I have known through the years who are doing , or have done this trade that I hope the poem and video highlight and recognize with the same respect the Ditch Diggers video accomplished. Thanks for listening EB ... See more
Custom bias control for a 68' Fender Princeton Reverb.