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Happy New Year to All! Regrettably, as a result of illness, our re-opening day has been postponed to Thursday January 6th. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Kind regards, your Essex Amp Repairs Team.
Hi All, Seasons Greetings! We will be taking a well earned break this Christmas. We will be closing at 15:00 on Christmas Eve (December 24th), and returning on January 4th 2022. We thank you for your all your support and … Continue reading
Greetings All, the Bank Holiday weekend approaches! We will be taking a well earned break, closing from 17:00 on Friday May 28th, returning on Tuesday June 1st. May you all have a cracking Bank Holiday weekend!
Greetings All, I hope everyone is safe and well. In these challenging times, none of us want to endure the stress of having any of our vital music equipment out of action. With this in mind, we are pleased to … Continue reading
Hi All, tomorrow (July 18th) the access road to our premises will be closed for resurfacing works. There will be no vehicular or pedestrian access while the work is in progress. For these reasons, we will be closed tomorrow. We … Continue reading
Good news! Essex Amp Repairs is now operating with amended business hours. Please note however, we are working subject to current Government guidelines. We respectfully ask all customers seeking to make enquiries to do so via email via firstname.lastname@example.org. If … Continue reading
Good news! Essex Amp Repairs is now operational again. Please note however, that we are operating within restricted hours, and are subject to current Government guidelines. We respectfully ask all customers seeking to make enquiries to do so via email … Continue reading
Covid-19 update – in response to the current crisis, Essex Amp Repairs will be working limited hours with immediate effect. All work in progress and in the queue, will be completed. However, timescales will, by necessity, be slightly extended. We … Continue reading
Cables are one of those often overlooked items that usually get taken for granted. They can be the cause of intermittant problems and difficult mid-gig failures. Cables don’t last for ever, but there are a few simple ways you can … Continue reading