Tube Amp Diagnostics & Repair 1 – Fundamentals

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Description

Tube amp diagnostics and repair is equal parts science and art – there are very few places to learn it and few masters of the craft willing to divulge their hard won secrets.

More than just the keys to a vocational opportunity – here’s a chance to learn the fundamentals of tube amp electronics and professional diagnostic techniques from a master technician.

Tube amp electronics, diagnostics and repair fundamentals are covered in this comprehensive course.

Details
  • Fee

    Tuition is $685 - A discount may apply
    5 hours

    Includes instruction, and reference materials.

  • Instructors

    Ian Schneller read bio

  • Refund Policy

    Registrations are non refundable. A tuition fee may only be applied to other CSGM classes with written notice of cancellation prior to class.

  • Location

    All workshops are held at Specimen located at 1240 N. Homan Ave. in Chicago, Illinois. view map

  • Registration

    Register online or call 773.489.4830 to enroll with a credit card.  You are also welcome to come by the shop and enroll using cash, credit card or a personal check.  Please note that all registrations are final and non-refundable. In the event that a student cannot attend a class, written notice must be given in advance to receive a credit to be used on another tuition.  Valid credit may be transferred to another course date, or to another student, if so desired.

Students will gain an overview of tube amp electronics and diagnostics and repair techniques from master technician Kye Kennedy.

This seminar offers lectures, demonstrations, and plenty of discussion.

Lectures and demonstrations will cover tube amp design, components and circuits, diagnostic tools, testing strategies, repair techniques and safety.

Discussion with Q & A will range from emergency repairs to amp restoration.

A set of tools for the professional workshop and an emergency kit of tools will be recommended.

Topics include:

  • Circuitry
  • Block diagram
  • Power supply function
  • Signal flow
  • Tools and equipment
  • Preliminary testing
  • Digital voltmeter test functions
  • Repair vs. restoration
  • Emergency repair preparedness
  • Safety