Pedal repairman ???

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Joe Harris, Sep 5, 2011.

  1. Joe Harris

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    I have some vintage pedals I need repaired ( Boss DM-2, ADA Flanger, Chandler OD and EH Poly Chorus).

    Any one you can recommend ?
     
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    JHS does repairs for a reasonable price and a quick turnaround. I recommend sending them an e-mail
     
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    I think analogman does that too.
     
  4. Joe Harris

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    Mitch , do you have contact info for JHS ?
     
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    If you tell us where you live, someone might know someone local. I needed to get a pedal repaired in the Boston area, and someone referred me to an amp/pedal guy who was right in my town.
     
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    Metro Detroit
     
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    Hey dude, I don't have his info but you can find it on their website if you Google 'JHS Pedals'. Send them an e-mail asking for a quote for the work you want done.

    I recommend them if you can't find anyone locally. I had them repair one of my pedals and they got it back to me in about two weeks or so.
     
  8. Joe Harris

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    Thank you
     
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    He doesn't advertise as such, but Keith (11Gauge) of Machine Head Pedals cleaned up an Expandora for me at a very reasonable rate and quickly too.
     
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    Ok, I was able to find the e-mail address. It is info@JHSpedals.com If I remember correctly, it only cost about $25 for them to fix my compressor and send it back to me. All I had to pay for was the shipping to get the pedal there. They opened it up, fixed it, and sent it back to me. Good guys.
     
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