Neale Amplifiers also carries out restoration or refurbishment projects for your old amp that has seen better days.
Here are some projects I have completed.
Occasionally I get to build amps for myself. This is a 2A3 Direct Heated Triode single ended hi-fi stereo amp, using a pair of Mullard Flat Plate 2A3 valves and Siemens C3G pentodes.
These valves are incredibly rare and worth big dollars on the world market - collectors and hi-fi nuts will die when I say that I bought the 2A3s for $1 each.
You just gotta keep your eyes open and know your stuff.
Trimax amp conversion 13 watt 6V6 cathode bias power amplifer with 6N8 pentode gain stage, single tone control and 12AT7 floating paraphase splitter. This one is a junk-shop restoration using as many of the original parts as possible. Second hand replacement output transformer, original power transformer and choke.
A monster power amp from the 1960's, complete with two original GEC KT88 power tubes. 60 watts RMS.
The owner of this Fender Showman amp (100 watt) wanted a 2 x 10" cabinet made up for violin, bass, synthesiser, and keyboards. The speaker cabinet is a vented design, tuned for a 7 string baritone response. The speaker cabinet dimensions are the same as the small Fender cabs.