Replace tubes, Clean and lubricate potentiometers, Clean tube sockets, replace input/output jacks, replace Ac power cord end, etc.
Replacement of all electrolytic capacitors. These capacitors were generally not intended to last more than 10 years. Tone and power enhancement and hum reduction are the result of a cap job. If your amp has original or 15+ year old filter caps, it's time for a cap job. Serious problems can result from not replacing them.
For your safety, all ungrounded power cords must be replaced with a grounded power cord. If you insist on keeping the original power cord installed, we cannot accept your amp for repair/modification.
Makes your silver face sound as good (or at least close) to a black face version. Increases gain, sustain, tone and in some cases converts a bias balance pot to a true bias pot.
This is required in all "fixed bias" amps when new power tubes are introduced.
Get rid of those annoying "snaps, crackles and pops".
Install a "Surf Bug" tremolo device which improves the depth of your tremolo and also improves the tone and response of your amp when the tremolo is switched off. Highly recommended.
This is a fairly common problem in Fender amps. Removes piercing highs.
Turns your bright switch or new volume control with a "Pull Switch" into a mid boost.
Configures your output stage like that of a Fender Tweed amp (or a Vox AC-30) for lower power, mellower highs, smooth distortion/compression at lower volume levels. Either hard-wired or switchable.