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    Amp Repairs and Circuit Info

    I was wondering if there are any expectations or rules regarding an amp tech copying a circuit while doing repairs on an amp? Or is that just part of the risk when getting an amp repaired? How have others navigated this?

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    Re: Amp Repairs and Circuit Info

    I would say most probably do not have the skill or desire to do that .... However .....


    If you have something of value and they are a builder with questionable ethics ... then all bets are off.

    It is always a risk ...unless you know and trust the cat.






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    I was wondering if there are any expectations or rules regarding an amp tech copying a circuit while doing repairs on an amp? Or is that just part of the risk when getting an amp repaired? How have others navigated this?
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    Re: Amp Repairs and Circuit Info

    Cool, appreciate it. I really didn't know how easy/difficult it is to copy out a circuit. I knew it could take some time, but if time is the only factor, I can imagine scenarios where people do that.

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    Re: Amp Repairs and Circuit Info

    What kind of amp?


    Quote Originally Posted by fenderbender4 View Post
    Cool, appreciate it. I really didn't know how easy/difficult it is to copy out a circuit. I knew it could take some time, but if time is the only factor, I can imagine scenarios where people do that.
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